Former Libya leader Muamar Gaddafi ( Photo Courtesy) Next month will mark exactly ten years since the toppling and subsequent killing of former Libya revolutionary leader Muamar Gaddafi. When he came to power in a 1969 bloodless coup,Gadaffi was a handsome and charismatic young revolutionary. But after 42 years of excesses, he crossed the redline, prompting his former subjects to topple him in a violent 2011 revolution.
We all remember the great African leader who tried to unite most of the African countries. He was the Libya President how as also considered to be a dictator due to the harsh ruling. The Africa needs a leader who will encourage developments. Gaddafi was determined in so many factors to improve the Libya country and Africa at large. First he wanted the unity to take place and form an African state with one president. This who be very good and would bring so many developments and improvement of doing of activities.
Football is one of the most loved sports in the world. Well, football has changed so many lives especially in Africa and South America where people are poor. We have seen footballers from poor families quickly become millionaires due to their talent. However, it is obvious that you can't make it to be a star football player if it's not your talent.
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.
African continent is considered the as home for the longest serving political leaders in the world. Here is the list of the longest serving political leaders in Africa. 1. Emperor Haile Selassie He served Ethiopia in 44 years as a monarch til 1974. 2. Muamar Gaddafi He was one of the longest serving political leaders in Africa after leading Libya for 42 years until 2011 when he was assassinated in a claim of being a a dictator. 3. Omar Bongo He was the president of Gabon until 2009 when he died in office after
In spite of Gaddafi being Africa’s only strong hand in his time to champion Africa unity, and providing various support to his sister countries on the continent, the continent and its leaders brutally failed him when he was under attack and needed them the most. Africa stood quietly while the enemy entered the continent and coldly murdered the visionary leader and further destroyed the common future of the continent. In that sorrowful and lonely moments, Muamar Gaddafi made some significant proclamatio
Colonel Gaddafi, a Libyan revolutionary and a political theorist ideologically committed two Arab nationalism and Arab socialism, why was he fallen? An African leader who had vision for United States of Africa, why was the West against this great son of Africa? Why? Before his untimely death Col. Muamar Gaddafi impacted Libya's economy greatly. He had a clear track record. He transformed Libya into a new socialist state, state of the masses. He nationalized the oil industry and used the increasing state revenues
1. Benghazi, Libya This Libyan city has been engulfed in civil war since the ouster of the former leader, Muamar Gaddafi. The city is ever at the risk of attack by Islamic militants, who have taken control of most parts of the country. There are rising cases of carjackings, burglaries, gun attacks and harassment of women, owing to the strictly imposed dress codes. 2. Rustenberg, South Africa This little known city in North West South Africa is known for the notorious criminals who have reigned in the city.
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Africa has never had a great panafricanist as Robert Mugabe aka uncle Bob in the recent history. During his life he publicly decried and condemned European and American looting of African resources while causing political, economic and social havoc on the continent. Today, for the first time ever in recent history the international criminal court has opened investigations into the United States of America and Israel's violations of human rights and cruelty against humanity in Afghanistan and the west Asian