Idi Amin Dada, the dictator who ruled over Uganda from 1971 to 1979, reportedly practiced cannibalism. He believed that consuming the flesh and organs of his enemies would make him more powerful.
Amin is quoted in saying, “in a 1997 interview with The New York Times, Amin was asked to comment on the allegations that he was a cannibal.”
Instead of issuing a denial, he remarked:
“I don’t like human flesh. It’s too salty for me.”
Dictator of Uganda Idi Amin Dada was said to be a cannibal.
Residents of Kiboga village claim that these two men have been murdering and eating the villagers. As you can imagine, people were disappearing without a trace all the time until these suspects were caught with solid evidence.
We always hear these stories but some of us end up convincing our selves that they are not true but perhaps this shocking story might change our thinking . Yesterdy afternoon, Saturday 29th October, Police has captured two men red handed while feeding on human flesh while still even possessing some of the yet to be cooked bodies.