The death of Muammar Gaddafi still keep the world wondering what he actually did wrong to deserve what he got from his people. Why did he refused to step down when his people wanted him to do so. We wonder why the the same people who loved him and celebrated him wanted him gone.
Colonel Gaddafi was born in 1942, and died on 20 October 2011.He was a revolutionary Libyan president, a political theorist and a great politician. He ruled Libya from 1969 to 1977.He was given a "Brotherly Leader" title of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya from 1977 to 2011 as revolutionary President of the Libyan Arab Republic.
The former President of Libya Muammar Gaddafi was a well respected man who had good intentions for his people. His tough policy against the western countries was well recognised during his regime, to the extent that some used to think that he was a dictator, which eventually led to his murder.
A country's currency says a lot about its economy and people's standard of living. There is a huge misconception that the biggest and most popular nations often have the best currencies; this is wrong - especially when Africa is concerned. To help you better understand the situation, we've compiled a list of the strongest currencies in Africa 2021.
In this article, l am going to talk about 7 most powerful and fearful soldiers in Africa. I made this post with the help of many researches and people' s contribution. Now let' s check out the top list; 1. Republic of Tunisia Tunisian army arrests and later releases two Libyan soldiers that crossed buffer zone | Africanews
My message to you, the Libyan people, is that if they help you kill me, you will pay the price because you will suffer. And my message to you, America and Europe, is: You are going to kill me, but be prepared to fight endless TERRORISM. Before you realize your ignorance, terrorists will knock on your door. If Europe and America tell you they love you, be careful. They like the wealth of your country, the oil, and not the people. They help you fight against me, but it will be wiser to fight against them because
You can't make God a mockery and expect a good ending.He's not going to play with anything especially not his glorious name.God truly exists and nobody has to prove that He really does.
Yes!! we all want to make it in life. Regardless of the background you come from we all just want to live a comfortable life. But the question is: how do you go about it? Migrants seeking greener pastures and going through the Mediterranean Sea risk their lives as there is a high chance the boat can capsize. Infact, from 2014 till date, over 16 thousand people have died while crossing from Libya to Italy. Many people make this journey which makes it overcrowded and very risky to board. Seeking a better life
A former player of the Accra hearts of Oak has allegedly passed away in in Libya. This sad news is alleged to have resulted after the young energetic man was shot to death my a Libyan. Reports from yen has said that, the young man quit the Accra hearts of Oak to to find him self a team in Libya which unfortunately has not even happen yet. The cause of the shooting has however not been revealed however it’s still sad to know that a gentleman who left his country to another country in search of an honorable
Watermelon is a flowering plant species of the Cucurbitaceae family. A scrambling and trailing vine-like plant, it was originally domesticated in Africa. It is a highly cultivated fruit worldwide, with more than 1,000 varieties. Wild watermelon seeds have been found in the prehistoric Libyan site of Uan Muhuggiag.
This is the story of a man, who loves and cares for kids, who are unfortunate in life despite battling cancer himself. The disabled. The terminally ill. The abused. The left behind. A widowed man named Mohamed Bzeek, who is a Libyan immigrant came to the US in 1978 as a College Student.
Christian Pulisic the Chelsea and American international has made a kind gesture to a Libyan chelsea Fan after he had about what he did. Mohammed Al-Arabi is a Libyan chelsea fan who is well known for his love for Chelsea the blues team. Reports indicates that Mohammed Al-Arabi was on a beach near the Libyan capital Tripoli recently when he heard a man in distress shouting and calling for help,He then rushed into the sea to help him out and prevent him from Drowning. It has been reported that he nearly lost
Hello good reader please note that I want you to drop you interesting comment on the story you will like me to write because remember you are the reason why we do write this stories thank you. Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi ( 1942 – 20 October 2011), regularly celebrated as Colonel Gaddafi, was a Libyan revolutionary, politician and political theorist. He governed Libya as Revolutionary Chairman of the Libyan Arab Republic from 1969 to 1977 and at that time as the "Brotherly Leader" of the Great Socialist
THIS IS MY PERSONAL VIEW AND I’M NOT A LIBYAN.Libya under Gaddafi was not so much terrible as the world has been made to accept.The subjects did not have the advantage of voting but rather Gaddafi ensured they had an elevated requirement of living to adjust for diminished opportunities.
A Nigerian man trying to escape justice after killing another man has been arrested in Libya.According to a popular blog on Facebook Instablog9ja, noted that the Nigerian was arrested in the Libyan town of Msallata, Northwestern part of Libya while trying to flee after allegedly killing a foreigner.
Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and Mohammed Gaddafi had a great mindset for their countries and the Africa continent as a whole. These are some of their accomplishments. You can judge for yourself. Muammar Mohammed Abu Minyar al- Gaddafi, commonly known as Mohammed Gaddafi. Gaddafi became the leader of Libya after leading a group of young Libyan military officers against king Idris 1 in a bloodless coup d’ etat.Gaddafi govern Libya as an authoritarian dictator for more than 40 years before he was overthrown in 2011.
It is with these words that Emmanuel Macron recognized for the first time the responsibility of France in the Chaos which currently prevails in Libya.
Saif al-Islam Muammar Gaddafi was born on 25 June 1972, he is a Libyan political figure. He is the second son of the late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and his second wife Safia Farkash. He was a part of his father's inner circle, performing public relations and diplomatic roles on his behalf. He publicly turned down his father's offer of the country's second highest post and held no official government position. According to American State Department officials in Tripoli, during his father's reign, he was
Record photograph: The Martyrs' School is one of around 100 schools completely or somewhat demolished At the Martyrs' School close to Tripoli, instructors and guardians are utilizing the restricted methods nearby to fix structures crushed by a year-long fight for the Libyan capital. A portion of the dividers have been repainted, furniture has been introduced and maturing PC screens tidied off. Yet, the rooftops and different dividers, blemished by gunfire and mortar impacts, stay horrid tokens of the ongoing
About 123 Libyan lawmakers have promised to "end the divisions" that sabotage their nation. At a gathering held between 23-28 November in Tangiers, Morocco, the administrators said they would start by assembling the chosen parliament when they get back. The House of Representatives has not met for a very long time, as the North African country has been hit by savagery and disarray since the overturning and killing of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011. "Until further notice, the gathering's outcomes are excellent.