There had been countless dictators, despots and oppressive leaders throughout history who take great pleasure in harming the innocents and the weak among their people. While they ruled with an iron hand during their reign, but eventually the end of all living things came for them, Death.
They may have enjoyed the privileges that their power brought them and may have been good in their own way to a select few, but there was no doubt that they were cruel and ruthless. The life of a human being was worth no more than that of a mosquito to them. They may have been good men before they came into power and became corrupted by it but still yet, history remembers them as evil men nonetheless.
One of such men was Idi Amin Dada, a Ugandan Military Officer who served as the President Of Uganda from 1971 to 1979. He is considered one of the most brutal despots in world history and commonly known as the 'Butcher of Uganda'.
Remember that I said above that while most oppressive leaders were ruthless, but they were also good in their own way, this is an example of a good act. Check out the picture below.
This throwback photo shows president Idi Amin Dada test riding a bicycle ambulance for patients from remote rural areas.
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