Amin's regime was a reign of terror which claimed
nearly half a million people. The Monitor's
Siraje K. Lubwama and Halima Abdallah compiled
some of the prominent victims.
Parma a photographer with the Voice of
Uganda was murdered after he took pictures of
Bloch's body. His body was found riddled with
bullets and lacerated by knife wounds.
Col. Isaac Maliyamungu
Theresa Nanziri Bukeny; Warden of Africa
Hall, Makerere University.
Kiwanuka; Democratic Party leader, first
Prime minister of Uganda and Chief Justice at
the time of his death. Kiwanuka had angered Amin
by releasing a European, for lack of evidence,
on the ridiculous charge of stealing a telephone
directory from a hotel.
Luwum; Anglican Archbishop
Ojera; Obote's Minister of Information.
Walugembe; Kabaka's Minister of Natural
Resources and former Mayor Masaka under Obote.
Mrs Pierino Okoya
Oduka; bandmaster in the police.
Stroh; American Journalist.
Seidle lecturer; Makerere University,
Kaggwa; President of Industrial court.
Kalimuzo; Vice Chancellor of Makerere
Kalema; Obote's Minister of Commerce
Bataringaya; Obote's Minister of Internal
Bananuka; UPC Secretary of Ankole district.
F.G Ssembeguya; Member of Parliament
Mubiru; Governor Bank of Uganda.
Ssebanakitta; Kabaka's right hand man
and Principal Chief in Buganda.
Kiggala; Foreign Service official -murdered
presumably because of an affair with one of Amin's
Okware; Commissioner of Prisons under
Obote, Amin's Minister of Agriculture.
Hassan; Chief of CID under Obote
Hussein; Deputy to Amin at the time of
Edith Bataringaya; Wife of Basil Bataringaya
murdered three years after her husband.
Clement Kiggundu; Editor of Muno newspaper.
Emiru; Government Consultant physician.
Joe' J.W. Kiwanuka. Journalist, MP and
former president of Uganda National Congress
Corporation Secretary of the National Insurance
Nkutu; Obote's minister of Works
Ali; Obote's Secretary of Research
Kakonge; Minister of Agriculture in Obote's
Okello; DP Member of Parliament
Kawadwa; Playwright, Artiste and director
of National Theater
Bwogi; Director UTV
Nakubinge; Mayor Kampala
Berunga; Regional Director of East African
Oketta; Asst. Commissioner of Prisons
Rubanga; Secretary Defence
Kigonya; Commissioner of Prisons
Col. Lugonya; Uganda Army H.Q.
Ocaya; Corporation Secretary, Lint Marketing
Kamya; Founder of the National Movement
that organized the economic boycott of the late
Col. Abwola; Uganda Army
Ochola; Obote's Minister for Local Government
Wakholi; Obote's minister public service
Haji Ali Kisekka; Pioneer Journalist,
Deputy Minister in the East African Community
G. Ebine; Physician
Ondonga; Foreign Minister in Amin's Government
Charles Arube; Sandhusrt trained officer
from Kakwa tribe
Sam Aswa; Radio Journalist
Col. Valentine Ochima; Amin's ADC
Amin; Divorced Langi
Adroa Amin; Divorced wife and blood relative
Smutts Guwedeko; Alleged compliance in
Col. Toloko; Close confidant of Amin,
alleged to have masterminded several murders
Avudria; Uganda Army.