I'll repatriate Idi Amin's remains, vows presidential candidate

11 February 2016 - 02:58 By AFP

A top challenger in next week's Ugandan presidential election has promised to repatriate the remains of dictator Idi Amin and build a museum in his honour, his spokesman said yesterday.Amama Mbabazi, a former prime minister and former ruling party stalwart now challenging veteran President Yoweri Museveni in the February 18 polls, made the pledge while visiting Amin's ancestral home in northwest Uganda, where he was welcomed by the former dictator's uncle.

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