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POLITICS

The Forgotten Africa Dictator that spend one quarter of the country budget on Coronation

From the likes of Sani Abacha of Nigeria, Idi Amin Dada of Uganda to Mobutu Sese Seko of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Jean-Bédel Bokassa was an African military leader who was president of the Central African Republic CAR (1966–76) and self-styled emperor of the Central African Empire (1976–79). He distinguished himself in the French conflict in Indochina, and by 1961 he had achieved the rank of captain. At the request of Pres. David Dacko, Bokassa left the French armed forces to head the army

  2 years ago ago
The Forgotten Africa Dictator that spend one quarter of the country budget on Coronation

POLITICS

Meet the African President Who Killed 100 Pupils for Protesting Against Expensive Govt. Uniforms

Africans have paraded the worst of leaders in the world with the way and manner they treated their subjects while in position of authorities. From senseless killings to ruthless torture, one could only imagine how terrible some African men could be when given a taste of power. One of such leaders is the former president of Central African Republic, Jean Bedel Bokassa. Jean Bédel Bokassa was the second President of he Central African Republic, who famous for his authocratic style of leadership similar to that

  2 years ago ago
Meet the African President Who Killed 100 Pupils for Protesting Against Expensive Govt. Uniforms

POLITICS

Meet the president that declared himself the 13th apostle.

Jean Bedal Bokassa:Jean Bedel Bokassa: also known as Bokassa, was a Central African political and military leader who served as the second president of the Central African Republic and as the emperor of its successor state, the Central African Empire, from his Saint-Sylvestre coup d'état on 1 January 1966 until overthrown in a subsequent coup in 1979. Bokassa came from a reputable family, his father was the chief of the umbakka tribe in Bengishadi French Coloni. After his father's sudden death in 1927 and his

  2 years ago ago
Meet the president that declared himself the 13th apostle.

CRIME

Murdered Over 100 School Children: Read The Story Of The Rise And Fall Of Jean Bokassa

Jean Badel Bokassa Was The Former President Of The Central African Republic,He Was Born On 22nd February 1921,He Was Born To a Village Chief And Was One Amongst The Twelve Children Of The Chief,Bokassa's Case Can Be Likened To That Of Francisco Nguema Of Equatorial Guinea,As a Young Boy Of 9,The French Colonial Masters Killed His Father For Going Against Their Wish And A Week Later His Mother Committed Suicide Thereby Making Bokassa An Orphan At Just a Tender Age As Normal With The Phase Of Life,Bokassa Soo

  2 years ago ago
Murdered Over 100 School Children: Read The Story Of The Rise And Fall Of Jean Bokassa