People, Feb. 11, 1974

Uganda's unpredictable General Idi Amin ("Big Daddy") Dada may be a Moslem, but last week he was sounding off on equal rights for women. Suiting action to his words, he appointed as Uganda's Ambassador to Egypt Princess Elizabeth of Toro, 34, once a top fashion model and Uganda's first woman barrister. The princess has been a firm Amin supporter since Big Daddy seized power in 1971. She was rewarded with a U.N. post and the job of roving ambassador for Amin. Packing her bags in her Kampala home, the statuesque princess (her family were...

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