A member of Uganda's opposition ties up a banner in Uganda's capital Kampala Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011, showing former long serving presidents, left to right, Ben Ali (Tunisia), Hosni Mubarak (Egypt), ... more 
A member of Uganda's opposition ties up a banner in Uganda's capital Kampala Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011, showing former long serving presidents, left to right, Ben Ali (Tunisia), Hosni Mubarak (Egypt), Moummar Gaddafi (Libya) and current Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni in preparation for celebrations for the downfall of these leaders, in Kampala on Friday. Uganda Police has warned that they will arrest whoever turns up for the celebrations. Other long serving African leaders are Mbasago of Equatorial Guinea (32 years since 1979), Jose Santos of Angola (32 years since 1979), Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe (31 years since 1980), Paul Biya of Cameroon (29 years since 1982), Blaise Campore of Burkina Fasso ( 24 years since 1987), Mswati III of Swaziland (24 years since April 1986), Omar Bashir of Sudan ( 21 years since 1989), Idrissu Deby of Chad ( 21 years since 1990), Isaias Afewerki of Eritrea ( 18 years since 1993), Yahya Jammeh of Gambia (17 years since 1994) , Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia (16 years since 1995) , Pakalitha Mosisili of Lesotho (13 years since 1998), Ismail Omar Guelleh of Djibouti ( 12 years since 1999), Mohammed VI of Morocco (12 years since 1999), Abdoulaye Wade of Senegal ( 11 years since 2000) and Paul Kagame of Rwanda (11 years since 2000). (AP Photo / Stephen Wandera) less 
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Thu, Sep 8, 2011 9:56 AM EDT