lundi 17 octobre 2011

Uganda: Humiliated by the Widow Minacdave Madhvani, Idi Amin Dada breeze the "Pearl of Africa"!

On August 4, 1972, Amin gives 60,000 Asians, mostly Indo-Pakistani in the territory within 90 days to leave the country. It extends this measure to 80,000 Asian countries. 50,000 holders of British passports to leave the country, others were deported from the cities to the countryside. Most settled in Canada. During this period, Ugandan soldiers looting and abuse them Asians.

"These people have only milk the cow," said Amin.

         Ms. Minacdave, widow Madhvani had the Supreme désobligeance to refuse her favors. "Big Daddy" who had only three women, had proposed marriage. The poor widow had just lost her husband, the millionaire Hindu, Mr. Jayant Madhvani Muljibhai (1922-1971).
The founder of the dynasty, Prabhudas Madhvani Muljibhai (1894-1958) settled in Jinja in 1912. He was 18. A few years later, he had a store chain in western Uganda. He acquired ten thousand acres of land, began to plant sugar cane. With his sugar production, he also manufactures candy. Later, he set up a steel plant and produces oil.
In October 1962, the independence of Uganda, the family employs twenty thousand employees and relates to the state Ugandans more than ten per cent tax. At that time, Asian traders hold more than 60% of trade in Uganda. They have one defect: They do not want to marry Ugandans.

The wild ougandisation or wild nationalization.

         Idi Amin attributes stores and property of Asian illiterate and military officers "Nubians." Of personal dictator, the property of Madhvani are looted, distributed to troops or auctioned in Jinja. He himself takes the three sumptuous residences and all the beautiful cars. The Uganda Shilling is losing its value. Uganda's economy collapses.
The record of his "ougandisation" is disastrous. The Pearl of Africa is broken. In 1978, the country's survival depends on using the oil monarchies of the Gulf, especially Saudi Arabia. His power began an inexorable decline.

The child of the streets became president.

         Idi Amin Awo-Oumé or Ongi Angoo was born May 17, 1924 at Koboko in the province of the Nile. His father Nyabire Andreas (1889-1976), military Kakwa tribe is Catholic. He converted to Islam in 1910.
His mother Assa Aatt (1904-1970) of the tribe of Lgbara, daughter of the tribal chief of Leiko Iruna, Democratic Republic of the Congo was a witch known to the court of Buganda. Her parents separated in 1931 because his father suspects the Kabaka Chwa Dauda to be the father of Idi Amin Dada.
The young Idi Amin grew up in his mother's family to Mawal near Semuto. From 1936 to 1938, he keeps goats. From 1938 to 1940 he lived in the house of Sheikh Ahmed Hussein in the town of Semuto then, in 1940, part to Bombo to live with his maternal uncle Yusuf Tanaboo. He is therefore not of primary schooling.
A Lugazi, north of Lake Victoria where his mother moved with her son, little Idi Amin Dada sells sweet cakes to the military for a living before working in the barracks in Jinja Magamaga of kitchens and laundries.

Boxing champion of King African Rifles.

In 1947, thanks to his physical morphology, he was recruited into the British colonial army, the "King's African Rifles" and therefore receives a drive. He excels in physical education and became boxing champion with 100kg of muscle to a height of 1m 91.
In 1964, he was sent to Israel for paratrooper training. In 1966, he was promoted General and appointed Chief of Staff of the Army by President Milton Obote (1924-2005). On January 25, 1971, he overthrew the president Milton Obote in attending the Commonwealth summit in Singapore and seized power.
On September 7, 1972, the BBC announced the start of the civil war against Milton Obote's soldiers. Idi Amin calls on Ugandans to pray. His already oppressive regime becomes even more bloodthirsty. In October 1978, he invaded the territory of Tanzania.
On April 11, 1979, driven from Kampala by the Tanzanian army, which supports the Ugandan rebels of the National Front for the Liberation of Uganda, he took refuge in Libya and Saudi Arabia. He died at King Faisal Hospital in Jeddah August 16, 2003 after a golden exile. He has never and will never be judged for his 300,000 victims.
In May 1998, who proclaimed himself "The Last King of Scotland, conqueror of the British Empire" was even recorded an album "Rap" on "Crime pays."
The Madhvani income in Uganda in the 80s today have more than doubled the annual production of sugar refinery Kakira, reducing the levels of early 1970, more than 1.5 million tonnes.
They have extended their activities to other parts of Africa, the Middle East, Europe and now India, in sectors ranging from sugar to ¬ glassware, to the hotel. "Our heart had remained in Uganda. On the business front, it seemed foolish to return to a country without any infrastructure, and we needed to restart the units completely devastated. But we picked up the gauntlet. "

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