Truth be told, American Republican presidential hopeful, Donald Trump is no stranger to controversies, and he appears to like the status of a controversial man.
Recall he proposed recently to ban migration of Muslims into the United States, threatened to withdraw his £700 million of investments in the United Kingdom if he’s prevented from entering the country and was rumoured to have said blacks were lazy fools, only good at eating, lovemaking and thuggery.
While the allegation that he called blacks “lazy fools” have been described as false, he has revealed his intention towards some black leaders if he eventually becomes American President.
According to the Spectator, the Trump said he would jail some sit-tight African leaders who have been ruling their countries like forever.
He gave the names of the African leaders as Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda.
Trump reportedly said this while addressing American war veterans in Washington.
He stated: “I want to reiterate here before America’s greatest heroes that I will not condone any dictatorial tendencies exhibited by dictators around the world especially the two old men from Zimbabwe and Uganda.
“Mugabe and Museveni must be put on notice that their days are numbered and that I am going to arrest them and lock them in prison. If the past American administrations have failed to stop these two despots, I will personally do it.
“Mugabe and Museveni have given the world enough troubles and it’s about time someone puts to an end all these madness for peace to prevail.
“If Obama fears them, I will never fear them. If Clinton and Bush feared them, If the Pope kneels before them, I will never be reduced to that level. I will never be cowed. I promise to clean all the political mess around the world and promote international justice.”
Robert Mugabe, 91, has been ruling Zimbabwe since 1980, while Museveni, 71, has been ruling Uganda since 1986.