The late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was the Head of State for the Republic of Libya with his years of service running from year 1961 to year 2011. The late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was born in the year 1942 and later as on 20th October 2011, he unfortunately met his painful and untimely death.
Famous TV host Jamal Gaddafi who is commonly known for having hosted Maisha Mzuqa on KTN has been spotted in a political event as joined Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) event in coast region led by Raila Odinga. Photo courtesy (Jamal in a past event) Gaddafi has been in the media industry for almost ten years now, for his rise into fame came after he won KTN's reality show 'The Presenter' in 2015.
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.
How well can you recall the late Muammar Gaddafi or what comes into your mind when you hear the name Colonel Gaddafi? Well, i know many members of the public across the globe would recall Gaddafi for being the Head of State for the Republic of Libya plus his bythen achievements.
According to KLS magazine, the Great Man-made River is network of pipes that supply fresh water obtained from the sandstone aquifer across Libya. It is the world's largest irrigation project and Gaddafi called it "the eighth wonders of the world". It uses pipeline system to pump water that cover distance of up to 1,600km and provide 70% of all freshwater used in Libya.
Meet the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, a former President of the Republic of Libya. Muammar Gaddafi was born back in the year 1942 and unfortunately met his untimely and painful death on October 2011. By the time Colonel Gaddafi met his death, he was still the Libyan President as he had been ruled the country for approximately 50 years,that is, his years of service ran from 1961 to 2011.
Dear members of the public, how well can you recall Colonel Gaddafi or what crosses your mind when you hear the name Muammar Gaddafi? I'm pretty sure that many would recall how Gaddafi was toppled from the President's seat and later killed. Some members of the public would also recall Gaddafi's achievements as the Head of State for the Republic of Libya.
The Great Man-made River was one of the largest undertakings Muhammed Gaddafi carried out throughout his 42 year rule. To fulfill his aspirations, he wanted to ensure that everyone had access to pure water, and to ensure that the Sahara would one day be covered in verdant vegetation, enabling Libya to become completely self-sufficient in food production.
Famous Libyan Revolutionary, Politician and Political Theorist Colonel Gaddafi was born in 1942 and assassinated on 2011 by rebels. Here are 16 alleged reasons why Colonel Gaddafi was Killed. He died of gunshot wound. 1. Electricity in Libya was free, there was no bill in Libya, it was free for all of it's citizen.
One of Muhammad Gaddafi's largest companies during his 42-year leadership was the Great Man-Made River. To achieve his goal, he wanted to ensure that everyone had access to potable water, and he wanted to see the Sahara green and flourishing, providing Libya with total food self-sufficiency.
Muammar Gaddafi was the president of Libya from 1961 till he was murdered. He was commander in chief of the army and he served as Military colonel during that time. He died at the age of 69 years whereby he was born in 1942 and died in 2011.
Gaddafi became the president of Libya in 1969 before he was toppled in 2011. When the president was in power he nearly acquired Manchester United. Instead, the Glazer family acquired it for almost $800 million in 2005. In a recently disclosed interview with The Times, Mehment Dalman who organized the selling of the Club to the Glazer family said that he was close selling it to Gaddafi.
Former Libya ruler Muammar Gaddafi ( Photo Courtesy) It is almost 10 years since the bloody capture and death of former Libya President Muammar Gaddafi, bringing to an end his controversial 42- year reign of the oil rich North African nation. On the global stage, the flamboyant Gaddafi cut an image of a divisive figure.
Muammar Gaddafi was only 27 years old. The young man took office with his gang of troops, who fought alongside him in a bloodless coup to gain power. We are not devoting today to Gaddafi, despite the fact that the former Libyan pariah leader did much that ought to be discussed.
Muammar Gaddafi was born on 10th July 1942 in Surt, Libya. He was a son of an itinerant farmer. Gaddafi graduated from the Libyan military academy in 1965. On 1st September 1969, he seized control of the Libyan government in a military coup that deposed King Idris.
International crude oil prices having risen sharply in last six months. Major cause if increase in in petroleum in Kenya is due to imposition of new levy of value added tax and high levy of local tax. Despite the sharp increase in international crude oil price , the government of Kenya have been helping its citizens by placing subsidies.
Many people are not aware of the reason for the killing of the former Libya president Muamar Gaddafi. Many are aware that Gaddafi was a dictator and that's the reason he was killed which's not true. Gaddafi was concerned with improvement of the lives of Ordinary citizens and this contributed to his murder.
In 1969, Libya is a Country dripping with oil money. Over the past ten years, it's gone from one of the world's poorest Nations to one of the richest. Since he led a Successful military coup in 1969. Gaddafi starred himself as Libya's brother leader in the guide of the revolution.
When talking of dictators in Africa,we can not talk exhaustively without mentioned Gaddafi of Libya an African country.Gaddafi who was believed to be a dictator and a leader of one of rebels in Libya was shot by soldiers and killed in 11/10/2011.But was he really a dictator and a terrorist?
Saif al-Islam, the son of former Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi says he wants to restore unity in the country. The 49-year-old Islam, in an interview with the New York Times, talked about a lot of things related to the North African country of Libya and politics.