On November 28, 1974, President Idi Amin unceremoniously removed Elizabeth Bagaaya, princess of Toro, from her position as foreign affairs minister, only eight months after her appointment and just a few days after releasing her from house arrest. By her account, she was fired for rebuffing his romantic overtures and refusing to marry him. Several months later, she fled the country disguised as a “simple village girl”. (x)

On November 28, 1974, President Idi Amin unceremoniously removed Elizabeth Bagaaya, princess of Toro, from her position as foreign affairs minister, only eight months after her appointment and just a few days after releasing her from house arrest. By her account, she was fired for rebuffing his romantic overtures and refusing to marry him. Several months later, she fled the country disguised as a “simple village girl”. (x)

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