7 top murderous African president of all time,two Among them are Nigerians Ex-president

Top 7 most murderous African presidents of all time + See the amount of people they killed – 2 are Nigerian ex-presidents!! (Pictures)

Some made horrible decisions, others were just bad presidents, a few were really bloodthirsty extremists, whilst a couple were warmongers. All of these guys are a mix who in the last 130 years have been the architects of the most horrific genocides, systematic murders, blockades, brutal wars, and policy reforms history has ever recorded.

Where to begin? Maybe an icebreaker for you next dinner party? Did you know the word “genocide” was coined in 1943 to describe when the Armenians were slaughtered haphazardly by Turkish leader Ismail Enver? Until then there was no specific word for it in our language. It makes me think about how much more cognizant we’ve become in this last century to these events. So, a quick toast between you and I to a more peaceable future where less of what follows below is allowed to happen. Sit back, but don’t relax.

7. Paul Biya (20 000- 30 000 deaths)

Paul biya hails from Cameroon and he was born in February 13, 1933. Politics was always in Biya’s blood, he has managed to be [president for several terms. He has been president of Cameroon from November 1982. Biya has many Critics for his lack of public experiences, but Biya wields his sleeping powers like a tyrant.

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He rules with his authoritarian fist that lets him push any policy that he deems essentially necessary. He is one of the best Known examples of Authoritarianism. He has been associated with numerous kidnappings, corruption and murders of people who oppose him.

6. Omar Al-Bhasir (30 000 – 40 000 Deaths)

He is a more recent case of Dictatorship. He became famous in March 2009 when he was issued a warrant for arrest.

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He has been charged with 7 crimes against humanity. He planned and commited genocide against several ethnic groups such as Masalit and Zaghwa killing tens of thousand of people. He is regarded by many as one of the most murderous dictators ever.

5. Hissene Habre (80 000-100 000 Deaths)

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Many say Hissene Habre did not do much but he is still considered a Dictator. He rose to power when Libya Invaded Chad. Habre’s troops defeated the Libyan troops and sent them packing in 1981.

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However many human rights groups hold Habre responsible for the killing of thousands of people. These killing include massacres against Hajerai and Zaghawa. The Humans rights watch charged him with torturing thousands of people and killing tens of thousands during his rule.

4. Charles Taylor (100 000-150 000 Deaths)

The former President of Liberia who was elected in 1997 (allegedly by terrorizing the population) has been connected with gross human rights violations, war crimes and crimes against the humanity in the civil war in the neighboring Sierra Leone as well as at home during the Second Liberian Civil War that lasted from 1999 to 2003.

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He is currently being trialled for his involvement in the Sierra Leone civil war at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.

3. Sani Abacha (100 000-200 000 deaths)

most murderous African presidents of all time

A report on corruption, published in July 1997 by the Berlin-based organisation Transparency International listed Nigeria as the most corrupt nation in the world. Abacha took office in during a military coup occurred in November 1993, following the annulment of presidential elections in June that year.General Sani Abacha, the Armed Forces Chief of Staff, took power. He annulled the organs of state, banned political parties and dismantled the democratic structures.International pressure forced General Abacha to announce a three-year timetable for the transition to democracy in October 1995, but the plans were plagued by repeated delays.Local elections held in March 1997 were five months later than planned.

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Only five political parties were registered of the 15 who applied. Nigerian commission responsible for the transition to democracy announced that Presidential elections would be held on August 1, 1998. A handover to civilian rule is due to occur by the beginning of October.It was a military tribunal which ordered the execution of Ken Saro-Wiwa and nine other activists in November 1995 , the 26 faced the death penalty.

2. Idi Amin (25000-30000 deaths)

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The 3rd President of Uganda was responsible for about 250,000 deaths which were a result of his regime of terror marked by torture, extra-judicial executions, corruption and ethnic persecution. He held power from 1972 to 1979 when he fled the country due to the defeat against Tanzania which he attacked one year earlier. He found refuge in Libya and then in Saudi Arabia where he died in 2003.

1. Yakubu Gowon (1.1 million deaths)

Breakdown: 1 million civilians on the wrong side of a blockade caused by a war of secession in Nigeria and 100,000 soldiers who died in that war.

It starts as many sad stories do with precious beautiful oil. It had been found in the Niger delta where tensions were already high between the Eastern region (led by Ojukwu) and the rest of the country (governed by Yakubu). A dummy agreement was signed between them called the “Aburi Accord”, but it meant nothing to either leader.

Yakubu started to put pressure on the region, and tested how much sway he had in the area versus Ojukwu. Well Ojukwu being no slouch declared secession from the rest of Nigeria and became the “Republic of Biafra”. This began a war that caused the deaths of 100,000 soldiers, and much worse, a blockade on the region which starved 1 million civilians.

She was Tied to a bed,while her husband killed 26 people,see video

Pastor’s faith stronger after daughter’s death

(CNN)The widow of the Sutherland Springs church shooter says the Devin Kelley who perpetrated the massacre isn’t the person she fell in love with, but rather, a broken young man who had lost his faith in God.

In a series of interviews with the San Antonio Express-News, Danielle Kelley said that she contemplated suicide after the killing spree in the one-traffic-light town outside San Antonio, but has since returned to the church where the shooting unfolded.

“No matter what, I will love him,” Danielle Kelley told the newspaper. “Even though he went off and ruined more people’s lives than I could ever imagine.”

‘We had no secrets’

She met her future husband when she was 13. He was 17. Theirs was a bond of shared hardships.

Adopted when she was four years old, Danielle Kelley was prone to cutting herself. She had been abused — including being scalded with hot water — before adoption, and a male relative sexually abused her after she was adopted. She tried to kill herself during her senior year of high school, she told the newspaper.

Devin Kelley had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and confided in her that he had been bullied as a child. Classmates thought he was “creepy,” but she didn’t see him that way.

Danielle Kelley says her life with Devin Kelley was tumultuous.

“We had no secrets,” Danielle Kelley said. “He only ever kept one from me.”

Devin Kelley joined the military in 2010, the year after graduating high school in New Braunfels, Texas. He and Danielle Kelley kept in touch, although he was married to another woman.

His time in the Air Force was marked with problems. He was caught sneaking weapons onto a New Mexico base. He threatened to kill his commanding officers and was sent to a mental health facility.

The Air Force eventually court-martialed him after he assaulted his then-wife and cracked his stepson’s skull. Though Danielle Kelley blames the boy’s injury on his first wife, Devin Kelley conceded in a video statement that he’d made a mistake.

‘Devin was sick’

After the Air Force, Devin Kelley was easily upset, Danielle Kelley told the newspaper. He’d yell and swear, and she’d block him from contacting her phone.

He always apologized, and she always unblocked him. Her adoptive mother, Michelle Shields, said this was a theme: Devin Kelley would be controlling and abusive, and Danielle Kelley would either accept it or act as if it hadn’t happened. Danielle Kelley told the newspaper she would defend Devin Kelley if Shields tried to intervene.

After they married in 2014, Devin Kelley accompanied her everywhere. He’d tag along on every errand and pick her up and drop her off from her job as a cashier.

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“It was frustrating,” Danielle Kelley said. “But you would be surprised, when everything’s gone, how much I miss it.”

About six months before the November 2017 massacre, Devin Kelley grew more depressed. His temper got shorter. Fights were common. He abused his anxiety medication and never wanted to go outside, Danielle Kelley said.

In April 2016, he bought an assault-style rifle and began accumulating clips that hold more than 30 bullets.

On the rare occasion Danielle Kelley could convince him to go to church, he would laugh during sermons. He became an atheist and told her that if God existed, he wouldn’t let the couple endure so many hardships.

“Devin was sick. He lost who he was. Because the real Devin would’ve never hurt babies. He was a family person. He would never have hurt anybody,” Danielle Kelley told the Express-News. “He lost the touch of reality.”

‘I’ll be right back’

On the morning of November 5, Devin Kelley took his wife into the bedroom, where their 2-year-old son, Michael, watched his father tie his screaming mother to the bed with rope, handcuffs and duct tape, Danielle Kelley said.

He kissed 5-month-old Raeleigh and told Michael, “I’ll be right back,” Danielle Kelley said. Devin Kelley grabbed his Ruger AR-556 and two handguns. He donned tactical gear and a bulletproof vest.

“You get a sense of what’s going to happen,” Danielle Kelley told the newspaper. “Because no one just leaves in all-black attire with a ballistic vest.”

Robinn Alvizo embraces her daughter, Lillian Alvizo, 9, Saturday as they view obituaries for victims at a San Antonio museum.

Among the 26 people he killed at the First Baptist Church that day were Danielle Kelley’s friends, people she admired, children she once babysat.

No one seems to know exactly what set off the murder spree, but when Devin Kelley first walked into the church, he seemed to be aiming for the corner of the sanctuary where Shields usually sat. She wasn’t there that day.

“If it was only me that could’ve died and everybody else could’ve been alive, I would’ve gladly taken that,” Danielle Kelley said.

Devin Kelley called his parents and wife after the killings. He had previously told his parents to go to his home because Danielle Kelley was there and needed help. They begged him to stop.

“He was like ‘I can’t, I’ve killed so many people. So, so many people,'” Danielle Kelley recalled. “He kept saying how sorry he was.”

Return to First Baptist

A neighbor, Stephen Willeford, shot Devin Kelley with an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle, then chased him in a car. Devin Kelley drove his Ford Expedition into a ditch and called his wife and parents again.

He told them he wasn’t coming home but that he loved them — before shooting himself in the head.

“How could you leave me with two kids to raise?” Danielle Kelley said she asked in the days after the shooting. “And how could you destroy so many other people because you couldn’t face things in life?”

The First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs is now a memorial honoring those who died.

She said she doubted her belief in God for a time, but has since returned to First Baptist Church, where Shields says she has been welcomed back.

“Nobody truly knows somebody,” Danielle Kelley told the newspaper. “You can live with that person and love that person for years, and you still cannot truly know that person because you can’t know their inner thoughts and feelings.”

She hopes her story emboldens others to shake off the stigma of therapy and seek help when they need it.

“I wish people had more compassion and for people, to take things seriously when somebody says they don’t want to live anymore. Or little factors that say, ‘You’re not the same person,'” she said. “Because it’s OK to get help. It won’t mean that you’re different; it just means that you need a little extra love in life.”

A violent criminal beat up seargent in the cell when she tries to offer him a cup of tea

A kindhearted female police sergeant was left with a broken nose, sliced cheek and bloodied uniform after trying to offer an alleged violent criminal a cup of tea.

The 41-year-old man was arrested just after 5pm on Monday following an alleged assault inside a home in Halekulani, on the NSW Central Coast.

He was taken back to Wyong Police station in handcuffs and moved to a cell.

According to the NSW Police Association, the policewoman was allegedly violently set upon by the man when she attempted to give him a cup of tea.

A female police sergeant was left with a broken nose and lacerations to her face after an alleged brutal assault inside the Wyong Police station on Monday
A female police sergeant was left with a broken nose and lacerations to her face after an alleged brutal assault inside the Wyong Police station on Monday

Radio personality Ray Hadley, who said he had spoken to the police union, revealed the sickening details of the alleged assault on his 2GB morning show.

‘The allegation is, and it’s on the charge sheet apparently, the alleged offender grabbed this officer by the hair,’ a police union spokesperson told Mr Hadley.

‘She was actually taking him a cup of tea in the cell.

‘He grabbed her ears and pulled her head down by the ears kneeing her in the face and then punched her in the face a number of times, allegedly, if you’ve seen the photo her nose is spread across her face.’

When other officers attempted to intervene, the man allegedly tried to run from the station but was quickly detained.

The officer, who sustained a broken nose during the alleged attack, had to be taken to the Wyong Hospital for treatment including stitches.

Daily Mail Australia contacted the Wyong Police Station (pictured) for a detailed account but the Duty Officer was not available for immediate comment
Daily Mail Australia contacted the Wyong Police Station (pictured) for a detailed account but the Duty Officer was not available for immediate comment

Mr Hadley uploaded a photograph of the injured officer to Facebook.

‘A female NSW Police sergeant was savagely assaulted at Wyong Police Station on Monday,’ he wrote alongside the confronting image.

‘This is what our police put up with on a daily basis.’

The man was hit with 10 serious offences including assault against a police officer, trespassing, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, resisting arrest and escaping police custody.

He has also been charged with aggravated break and enter.

His application for bail was denied and he will be remanded in police custody until his court date in May.

Daily Mail Australia contacted the Wyong Police Station for a detailed account but the Duty Officer was not available for immediate comment.

Radio shock jock Ray Hadley (pictured) shared the image of the injured officer to his show's Facebook page condemning the actions of the alleged offender
Radio shock jock Ray Hadley (pictured) shared the image of the injured officer to his show’s Facebook page condemning the actions of the alleged offender

John cena Ex-girlfriend Nikki Bella is seen with a new Lover.

The pro dancer, Artem Chigvintsev  shared some major PDA with his Dancing With The Stars partner as rumors about their romance heat up. Anyone still doubting that something’s going on between them should just look at this picture because it is saying a lot of words about being an item — they were spotted kissing at lunch!

The couple spiced up their meal at Joan’s on Third in Los Angeles over the weekend of March 9, where Nikki was seen leaning over the patio table to give her guy a passionate kiss. The couple, according to TMZ, also held hands during their romantic lunch, and walked away from the restaurant arm in arm. See the pic below!

Nikki and Artem’s relationship is very young, but it seems like they’re crazy about each other. The romance rumors first started when Artem all but confirmed it at the beginning of March; he posted an Instagram story that showed him at a restaurant having wine and cheese with Nikki! These two are so cute.

Nikki really deserves this happiness. Last summer, she was blindsided when fiancé John Cena broke up with her just weeks before their wedding. But she’s moved on and thrived — clearly — since then!

She and John are on friendly terms, and she told HollywoodLife at Byron Allen‘s Oscar party that she’s having fun just living life, being single, and playing the field. “I am just living it up,” she said. “What is it, ‘variety is the spice of life?’ I’m taking in the variety, I’m having a lot of fun.”

Touching! innocent 14 years old black boy executed by electric chair-video

George Stinney Jr, who was killed in South Carolina in 1944, is the youngest person executed in the US during the 20th century

THIS is the disturbing story of an African American child who was killed in an electric chair after being convicted of murder in just 10 minutes by an all-white jury.

George Stinney Jr, who was 14 when he died, is the youngest person executed in the US during the 20th century.

 A 1991 TV movie dramatises the execution of 14-year-old George Stinney Jr in 1944
A 1991 TV movie dramatises the execution of 14-year-old George Stinney Jr in 1944

He was accused of the gruesome double murder of two white girls in the small town of Alcolu, South Carolina in March, 1944.

The bodies of Betty June Binnicker, aged 11, and Mary Emma Thames, eight, were found with their skulls fractured on the “black side” of the deeply divided community.

They had been bludgeoned to death with a railroad spike.

Police arrested little George after it emerged that he had seen the pair the previous day.

 The young boy was convicted by an all-white jury of the double murder of two white girls
The young boy was convicted by an all-white jury of the double murder of two white girls
 While cops say George confessed to the crime, there was no documented evidence to back up any of their claims
While cops say George confessed to the crime, there was no documented evidence to back up any of their claims

He was taken from his home by cops who then claimed he confessed to the double murder despite no written confession ever being produced.

There was also no physical evidence linking him to the crime.

His parents were never allowed to visit him following his arrest, his sister has claimed.

The infamous three-hour trial still hangs over South Carolina as one of the most horrifying miss-carriage of justices ever carried out in the state.

George was sentenced to death by a jury of 12 white men who returned a guilty verdict after only 10 minutes of deliberation.

Just two months later, the 14-year-old child was led crying and shaking into the execution camber.

 Georges conviction was overturned 70 years later in 2014
Georges conviction was overturned 70 years later in 2014

Local newspaper reports say the guards had trouble strapping the small child, measuring 5ft 1in in height and weighing just 95lb (under seven stone), into the electric chair which had been built for adults.

Their solution was to make George sit on a thick telephone directory.

Moments later first surge of 2,400 volts were blasted into his little body before the adult death mask, too big for him, slipped from his face revealing tears streaming down from his eyes.

Following two more charges of electricity, the teenager was pronounced dead on June 16, 1944.

More than 70 years later, in December 2014, George’s murder conviction was overturned by a South Carolina judge.

 His parents were never allowed to talk to their son between his arrest and his execution
His parents were never allowed to talk to their son between his arrest and his execution

Judge Carmen Mullen revealed that the boy’s lawyer had called “few or no witnesses,” and failed to properly cross-examine his accusers.

His sister Amie Ruffner testified during the appeal process that her brother was at home on the day that two girls were killed and could not have possibly murdered them.

Amie said that that she watched her older brother being arrested by white policeman when she was just eight-years-old.

She says the next time she saw George was when she saw his “burned face” in an open casket at his funeral.

Amie says her family were hounded out of Alcolu because of the case and she has never returned since.

She said: “In those days, when you are white you were right, when you were black you were wrong.”

A 1991 TV movie titled Carolina Skeletons recreates the terrifying execution of the teenager.

The film was based on a book of the same by George’s nephew David Stout.

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