Following the death of Chad's president from 1990, the person of Idriss Deby, we take a look at some of Africa's longest serving leaders.1.Yoweri Museveni: The current president of Uganda, he has been in power since 1986, when he toppled Idi Amin, that is, 35 years.
Eva Apio, a United Kingdom based model of Uganda descent has decided to plait her hair months after saying she and her mom vowed never to make her hair in order to honor her grandmother that died after a long battle with cancer.Her Tweet was in response to a Twitter user who said he feels like the United kingdom based model and fashion star doesn't know how to grow or make her hair.
According to a report from Jihad Watch, Ugandan women who has given birth to Seven Children for her husband was attacked by her husband and his relatives because she converted to Christianity from Islam. According to sources, the woman, Salimati Naibira, 37 years old and a naive of Bukoba B village, Mayuge District of Uganda. According to the woman, on that faithful day, she was on her way to the church when she meant her brother-in-law, Ahirafu Kowa, who asked her where she was going and she lied to him that
1 Idi Amin: Idi Amin Dada Oumee (1925 – 16 August 2003) was a Ugandan military officer who served as the President of Uganda from 1971 to 1979.Commonly known as the "Butcher of Uganda", he is considered one of the most brutal despots in world history.
An Uganda 16-year-old young girl who goes by the name Evelyn Namasopo has narrated what happened after she resisted a man's attempt to r-a-p-e her.Truly, there are several r-a-p-e victims, some who shared their stories to the public, and some who didn't.
An African President is seeking another term in office after being in office for 5 term ruling for 30 Years.It was stated that this Man has been ruling the African Country since 1990, which is 30 Years.Recall, the situation of Uganda where Musevini beat a young man who stood up to contest for the Presidential position Musevini has held to since 1986.
1. Jean-Bédel Bokassa also known as Bokassa I born 22 February 1921, was a Central African political and military leader who served as the second president of the Central African Republic and and as the emperor of its successor state, the Central African Empire. He first converted to Islam from Christianity and later converted back. He died on 3 November 1996. 2. Moussa Dadis Camara now called Moïse Dadis Camara, born 1 January 1964 is an ex-officer of the Guinean army who served as the President of
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.
Kidnap: Ekiti traditional council calls for troops’ deployment. Ekiti State Council of Traditional Rulers have called for deployment of troops in the state on Friday following the abduction of a monarch by unknown gunmen. The Chairman of the Coucil, Alawe of Ilawe Ekiti, Oba Adeniji Alabi made the announcement in a statement in Ado Ekiti on Friday In a reaction to the abduction of Oba David Oyewumi, the Obadu of Ilemeso and a foiled kidnap of Oba Adetutu Ajayi, the Elewu of Ewu Ekiti, the Chairman stressed
A fan of Laycon yesterday asked the BBNaija winner and Nigerian singer Laycon to come to Uganda and perform for his fans that are in the country. According to the fan, he made it known that those who are in Uganda know a lot of songs but they don’t know the artist, so he should try and come one day so that he can gain more recognition in the country. Reacting to the request of the fan, Laycon made it known that he will consider the request, but what about the police that are in the country. He said this due
Black is truly amazing and beautiful, there is no doubt about it.Black people are known to be brave and strong.When they say black is beautiful, What comes to your mind first?What do you is meant by that statement.Africa is home to many unknown history and it bears half of the world's nature.
The fashion and beauty world is ever changing and If you're quite familiar with it you'll notice that, it has been the slim ladies who have been enjoying more and getting all the fame but thanks to some really lovely and confident plus size women who have been making ladies
Good news seem to have come the way of Acholi men in Uganda after elders put a cap to how much money should be paid to a woman for whom they want to marry. The Acholi cultural institution put in place the law to limit the amount of money that should be paid as bride price so as to curb exploitation by the bride's parents. The new law stipulates that any man who wants to marry should not pay anything exceeding UGX 5m (N527k), nothing that anything exceeding that amount would be seen as a gift to the family of
As a Nigerian, how many times have you heard that the Presidents of smaller African nations, like Ghana, Kenya, and Uganda went on medical tourism to England?Why are we independent only to have our leader dependent on UK?
Recently it was reported that a man ran away on his wedding eve, however all the cases on him were dropped.The man was identified as Dr Patrick Kabagambe Mbusa and his wife as Christabella Banturaki, they both planned to marry last Saturday, 10th April.Dr Mbusa ranaway without speaking to anyone and off his phone so that he won't communicated to anyone.
Akon is an extremely well-known in the music world, transcending the boundaries of hip-hop to become one of the most influential figures in the entertainment industry.
Nigeria is plugging into economic quagmire as the federal government is tooling the step of ex Ugandan president , Idi Amin in the area of economy.According to premium times, Obaseki made it clear that Nigeria printed N60 billion in March as part of Federal allocation.According to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Nigeria’s total public debt stock as of the third quarter of 2020 (Q3 2020) rose by N6.01 trillion within a year.
This is a shocking story on how a girl hand was cut off by a man in Uganda.
Making wave on the internet right now is the case of a 16-year-old girl whose hand was cut off by a rapist after she refused to undress herself.
A 16-year-old student in Bududa District, Uganda, has revealed how she was attacked by a man who tried to take her.She narrated her sad experience with the matchet-wielding man who cut of her left hand in the process of resisting him from raping her.