Read below and find out where she is exiling;
Muammar Gaddafi was barely 27 years old when he deposed Libyan King Idris I. The young man took office with his gang of troops who battled alongside him to gain power in a bloodless coup. Even though the former Libyan pariah leader accomplished much that deserves to be discussed, we are not devoting today to Gaddafi. Today, though, we are honoring Gaddafi's only daughter.
Muammar Gaddafi only had one biological daughter, despite having multiple children from other marriages. This lovely daughter of the late pariah leader has done a lot in the past that needs to be discussed.
Aisha Gaddafi, who was born on December 25, 1976, had no choice but to study hard to represent her father at several international events. After graduating from Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne University, where she studied law, Aisha Gaddafi served as a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador during her father's regime.
Aisha did not stop there; she went on to join the Libyan military as well. Thanks to her father's money, she was able to get to the level of Lieutenant Colonel before branching out into other areas of life.
She married Ahmed al-Gaddafi, a cousin of her father and a Colonel in the Libyan army, in 2006. Her husband, on the other hand, died while guarding her father's private mansion. Aisha and her husband had three children, one of whom died after being hit by a NATO airstrike meant for the father.
Although Aisha Gaddafi had a pleasant time at first, things deteriorated after her father was assassinated in 2011. To avoid being killed by rebel forces, she was forced to flee into exile. Aisha first went to Algeria, where she resided for a while before heading to Oman. She is still residing in the Sultanate of Oman as of April 2021.
Even after the European Union Court withdrew her name from the list of people blacklisted by European countries, Aisha has remained hidden from the public view.
Should she be hiding or come out and continue with her father's legacy?
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