Who was the president of Uganda after Idi Amin?
Yusuf Kironde Lule was the president of Uganda after Idi Amin.
Yes, he was Uganda's worst President by far.
Idi Amin Dada Oumee (1925 - 16 August 2003), commonly known as Idi Amin, was a Ugandan military dictator and the President of Uganda from 1971 to 1979.
Idi Amin, former President of Uganda, was a despot.
It was Idi Amin Dada, ruling from 1971 to 1979.
Uganda president Idi Amin.
it was Idi Amin Dada, who ruled from 1971 to 1979.
Idi Amin went by Big Daddy (by Western reporters), and The Butcher of Uganda.
Idi Amin ruled Uganda for 8 yers from 25th January, 1971 to 10th April, 1979
Idi Amin was the President of Uganda from 1971 to 1979. He was a dictator responsible for killing a very large number of people.
Idi Amin was responsible for the deaths of at least 300,000 people. His reign of terror lasted until he was driven out of Uganda in 1979.
Uganda 1971 - 1979
He completed the fourth grade in Uganda
Idi Amin of Uganda was an army NCO who became one of the most brutal, cruel dictators the world has ever seen. He was finally forced to flee in 1979 and later died in Saudi Arabia.
Idi Amin was dictator of Uganda; he was never Secretary General of the UN.
listen here boy! get ur butt to work and stop usin me to cheat! slacker! ':)
he was the Dictator of Uganda 1971 - 1979 died August 2003
It was a military dictatorship.
because he had a alleged dream that god told him to do it
The exact number of people who were killed during the time of Idi Amin's rule is unknown. However, it is estimated that during the time Amin served as president of Uganda, 300,000 people were killed.
He accused them of squeezing the wealth out of the economy, by calling them "bloodsuckers."
It wasn't about Scotland. It was about Idi Amin who ruled Uganda in the 1970's.
Muslim Dictator of Uganda 1971-1979. Responsible for the death of hundreds of thousands of his countrymen and women. Died August 2003. Idi Amin Dada, who became known as the 'Butcher of Uganda' for his brutal, despotic rule whilst president of Uganda in the 1970s, is possibly the most notorious of all Africa's post-independence dictators. Amin seized power in a military coup in 1971 and ruled over Uganda for 8 years. Estimates for the number of… Read More
Forest Whittaker starred in the movie "The Last King of Scotland", which was actually about the Ugandan dictator Idi Amin. Whittaker played Amin in the movie. The title is a reference to the fact that Idi Amin once declared himself to be the King of Scotland, although he had no claim at all to the title. Forest Whitaker played Idi Amin Dada (1925-2003), the military dictator and President of Uganda from 1971 to 1979 in… Read More
Indians, Uganda is very indaphobic.
idi amin, believe it or not.
suck my winnie
Idi Amin came to power by staging a military coup to overthrow the then president Milton Obote. He accused Obote of corruption and neglecting the people.
Forrest Whitaker played the part of General Idi Amin of Uganda.
Idi Amin was a Ugadan dictator who ruled the Eastern African country of Uganda. He was overthrown by Museveni backed by Tanzanian troops in the 80s. He seeked assylum in Saudi Arabia.
Idi Amin's birth name is Idi Amin Dada Oumee.
For most of his life Idi Amin lived in Entebbe.
The Ugandan social, economic, and political situation during the reign of Idi Amin was abysmal. Amin ruled as a military tyrant, and the economy was in ruins. He persecuted and ordered the killings of hundreds of thousands of Ugandan citizens.
To establish power upon Uganda, Amin gathers up a military coup while the current president Obote is out of the country. While away they accused obote on the radio of his regime corruption, economic mismanagement, and suppressing democracy, and failing to maintain law and order.Then declared himself the new president of Uganda. He then made promises of which he said he would eliminate Obote's secret police. Also he said he would free the political prisoners.
There is no record of Idi Amin Dada ever visiting Nigeria. However, there is a movie about Idi Amin that was produced through cooperation of UK, Kenya, and Nigeria.
It is unknown how many people died at the hands of Idi Amin. Some official estimates range from 80,000 to 300,000. Others go as high as 500,000.
Forrest Whitaker played Idi Amin in the movie "The Last King of Scotland."
mr idi amin died on 12 august 2003 becouse of syphillis
Biography - 1979 Idi Amin was released on: USA: 1979
He did that because he wanted better life for africans. The Asians were in control of the economy,and they employed the black people as laborers.
idi amin stood at 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighed over 150 lbs.
Idi Amin was a very unstable, egoistic and evil person. He led his country to depravity and universal fear.
Idi Amin was a cruel dictator that devastated his country, which he took over after an army coup.
An autocratic leader is a dictator. Examples include Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, Pol Pot (in Cambodia), Idi Amin (Uganda). These were all autocratic rulers - from the past.
NO! He banished all Asians from Uganda, allowing them only a certain amount of money, and whatever they could carry. Just the opposite, he is reviled by most people of the world.
He took power in a military coup in January 1971 while the President, Milton Obote, was out of the country.
Idi Amin, was a military dictator and the President of Uganda from 1971 to 1979. He joined the British colonial regiment, the King's African Rifles, in 1946, and advanced to the rank of Major General and Commander of the Ugandan Army. He took power in a military coup in January 1971, deposing Milton Obote. His rule was characterized by human rights abuses, political repression, ethnic persecution, extrajudicial killings and the expulsion of Asians from Uganda… Read More
List of dictators: Idi Amin Dada in Uganda Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany Francisco Franco Bahamonde in Spain Manuel Antonio Noriega Moreno in Panama Pol Pot in Cambodia
Who told you that? The people of Uganda are Africans, more specifically, East Africans and I believe the most populous ethnic group are the Baganda and some people there speaks Swahili. There used to be a South Asian minority though but the former dictator Idi Amin drove them out of the country.
Festo Kivengere has written: 'Revolutionary love' -- subject- s -: Church history 'Revolutionary love' -- subject- s -: Church of Uganda, Bishops, Biography, Church history 'I love Idi Amin' -- subject- s -: Biography, Bishops, Church of Uganda