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Sangala

    Benjamin Juma 

Benjamin Juma

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Played By: Tony Todd

The genocidal dictator of Sangala after taking over the country in Redemption, he attempts to force the US to give up their attempts to remove him from power. When this fails, he attacks the White House.

Tropes

  • Guttural Growler: It's Tony Todd; of course he's this.
  • Kick the Dog: Killing hostages just as a result of President Taylor asking for their release.
    • And then he threatens to mutilate her daughter.
    • Not to mention the 300k+ killed by his regime.
  • Large and in Charge: He's 6' 5" of genocidal dictator.
  • People's Republic of Tyranny: His army is called the "People's Freedom Army" and is used to overthrow a parliamentary democracy in favor of a military dictatorship.
  • Released to Elsewhere: Kills a hostage when President Taylor asks him to release the others now that she's surrendered, and then asks her if she would like him to "release" any others.
  • Scary Black Man: And how.
  • The Sociopath: The guy allowed a foreign corporation to use a deadly Prion in his own population.
  • Suicide Mission: His invasion of the White House. Ultimately unsuccessful, since the President and most of the hostages were saved.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Even if said girl is the President of the United States.
  • You Look Familiar: Tony Todd appeared in season 3 as a detective investigating Alan Milliken's death.

    Iké Dubaku 

Iké Dubaku

Played By: Hakeem Kae-Kazim

Juma's right hand man, who Juma sent to the US to try and force the US government to withdraw troops from Sangala. However, his loyalty to Juma is questionable, as he has his sights on an American girl.

Tropes

  • Child Soldiers: He appeared to be in charge of one sect of them.
  • The Dragon: For Benjamin Juma.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Very, very confusingly done with the black American woman with the wheelchair-bound sister. He initially claims he's going to kill her, but doesn't go through with it. He seems to actually care about her.
    • He also loved his brother.
  • The Heavy: Dubaku has a lot more screen time and time as Jack's active target then Juma does, he was known to have commanded much more moles/soldiers/operatives/mercenaries than Juma did and even his terrorist plot had a much higher death potential than the White House Siege would.
    • During Redemption, he and his brother Youssou, even though they're clearly working under Juma, are the main threats.
    • For the first 13 episodes of Season 7 (which focus on the Sangalan terrorists), Dubaku is the main threat for the first ten while Juma is the main threat for the last three.
  • He Knows Too Much / You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Killed by one of Juma's men after his escape attempt fails to stop him from revealing Juma's planned raid on the White House.
    • He also knows he will be subject to this, so he had compiled information about everyone allied with him in case something happened to him.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain! / Villain Ball: One major criticism against Dubaku's effectiveness as an antagonist was immediately after the device he was using to hack into the government's firewall was destroyed during a gun fight with Jack, the first thing he did to distract him and escape was kill the one man who could potentially build him another so he could continue holding the country hostage.
  • No One Could Survive That!: Survives being right at the front of a land mine explosion in Redemption with little more than a few scratches.

    Yousseau Dubaku 

Yousseau Dubaku

Played By: Zolile Nokwe

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Associates

    David Emerson 

David Emerson

Played By: Peter Wingfield

A mercenary leader who recruited Tony.

Tropes

    Alan Tanner 

Alan Tanner

Played By: Dameon Clarke

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