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Joshua Blahyi And 3 Other Most Wicked People in Africa, No. 4 Ate Human Flesh



There are a lot of people in Africa with dark, profound souls.

1. Joshua Blahyi, the General’s Naked Butt

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One of the most notable military leaders of Roosevelt Johnson’s Liberian rebel army was General Butt Naked, aka Joshua Blahyi. During his trial in the early 1990s, he admitted to being responsible for the murders of around 20,000 people during the first Liberian Civil War. A large contingent of inebriated young men and boys followed General Blahyi into battle, where he regularly ordered them to fight in only the barest minimum of clothing or as women. This warped strategy was the result of his depravity, and it was guaranteed to make them unbeatable. One of his primary focuses in life was spreading the gospel.

2. Jean Kambande.


After the assassination of Rwanda’s president, he became dictator. After more investigation, it becomes clear that he had the ability to stop the massacre but chose not to. A judge found that he was more responsible for the crime than anyone else. He provided firearms to the perpetrators of the Rwandan Genocide in the years 1993 and 1994. He claimed he was unaware they were destined for a massacre that would result in the deaths of 800,000.

3. Joseph Kony.


Uganda is the main stronghold of Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). A possible sixty thousand children were kidnapped and employed as troops by him. Around a thousand people per week were killed directly due to his military actions, therefore he must have been doing something right. Some Ugandans saw this as evidence of his involvement in genocide and accused him of it. Young children were among those who lost their lives in the war.

4. Idi Amin, the former Ugandan politician


The Ugandan Genocide Commission is yet another infamous Ugandan dictatorship.

Idi Amin earned the nickname “Butcher of Uganda” due to his habit of ordering the deaths of political opponents and anybody else who stood in his way.

About 300,000 people in Uganda died as a direct result of Idi Amin coming to power in 1971, according to recent estimates.

Africa’s and his country’s worldwide status were sure to take a hit after his death. In his haste to rid his country of Asians and other foreigners, he made a number of mistakes.


Due to his careless spending of foreign aid money, Makerere University, a top institution of higher education in Africa, lost millions of dollars.

Like his diet, Idi Amin’s attitude was utterly revolting.

When attending state dinners, his favourite foods are honeycomb and raw larvae.

Idi Amin enjoyed feasting on the flesh of his victims, as evidenced by his own statements (as a cannibal).

5. Bosco Ntanganda (Bosco Ntanganda)


Taking part in the Rwandan civil war that broke out in 1994. He became known as “Terminator” for his exploits in the Congo and rose to the rank of Chief of Military Operations as a result of his successes there. It’s estimated that as many as 800,000 people perished as a direct result of his atrocities against humanity. One who uses such methods to misuse their position of authority is a tyrant.

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