the Infamous Idi Amin Dada

Remembering the Infamous Regime of Idi Amin Dada

Idi Amin Dada-President of Uganda beginning in of Most Evil Men. His regime is responsible for the deaths of people. He was overthrown, but never expressed remorse.

Uganda:  50 Shillings (1985) (President Milton Obote, dam); 500 Shillings (1983) (President Milton Obote, cattle); 1000 Shillings (1983) (President Milton Obote, building); 5000 Shillings (1986) (Clock tower building).

Uganda: 50 Shillings (1985) (President Milton Obote, dam); 500 Shillings (1983) (President Milton Obote, cattle); 1000 Shillings (1983) (President Milton Obote, building); 5000 Shillings (1986) (Clock tower building).

Princess Elizabeth Bagaya, Uganda's first female lawyer and Cabinet member. She was fired as Cabinet member for refusing to marry Idi Amin. She is from the royal family of the Batoro tribe. Toro was one of the four kingdome which was abolished in 1967 by former President Milton Obote. She became Uganda's ambassador to the United States in 1986. (Info: Jet Magazine, June 1986)

Princess Elizabeth Bagaya, Uganda's first female lawyer and Cabinet member. She was fired as Cabinet member for refusing to marry Idi Amin. She is from the royal family of the Batoro tribe.

Princess Elizabeth Bagaya, Uganda's first female lawyer and Cabinet member. She was fired as Cabinet member for refusing to marry Idi Amin. She is from the royal family of the Batoro tribe. Toro was one of the four kingdome which was abolished in 1967 by former President Milton Obote. She became Uganda's ambassador to the United States in 1986. (Info: Jet Magazine, June 1986)

Princess Elizabeth Bagaya, Uganda's first female lawyer and Cabinet member.

Dr. Kenneth Kaunda of North Rhodesia, Julius Nyerere of Tanzania, Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya, and Dr. Milton Obote of Uganda at the East African Heads of Government Conference, 1964.

Kenneth Kaunda of North Rhodesia, Julius Nyerere of Tanzania, Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya, and Dr. Milton Obote of Uganda at the East African Heads of Government Conference,

Milton Obote early 1969 - Tororo Girls School

Milton Obote early 1969 - Tororo Girls School

A LOOK AT KENYA THROUGH THE YEARS – PictureBlog 1914 – 1990s | Travel Diaries Kenya

A LOOK AT KENYA THROUGH THE YEARS – PictureBlog 1914 – 1990s

Jomo Kenyatta, Kenyas first President – with Julius Nyerere of Tanzania and Milton Obote of Uganda

Apolo Milton Obote (28 Dec.1925-10 Oct. 2005) 2nd Prime Minister of Uganda 1st Exec. Prime Minister (30 April 1962 – 15 April 1966)  President:1st Term:15 Apr.1966-25 Ja.1971)  deposed by Idi Amini Dada 2nd Term:(17 Dec. 1980-27 Jul.1985)Deposed by Brigadier Bazilio Olara-Okello and General Tito Okello.

Prime Minister of Uganda Exec. Prime Minister April 1962 – 15 April deposed by Idi Amini Dada Dec. by Brigadier Bazilio Olara-Okello and General Tito Okello.

African leaders (L-R) Col. Michael Micombero (Burundi) Dr. Kenneth Kaunda (Zambia) Dr.Julius Nyerere (Tanzania) Dr. Milton Obote (Uganda) and Dr. Gre’goire Kayibanda (Rwanda) pose for a photo with Pope Paul VI (centre) in 1969.

45 years after Pope Paul VI's visit to Uganda

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