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.
Libya is one of the driest countries on the planet, according to JYD magazine, with more than 95 per cent of its land desert. The world's largest underground lake, however, is hidden beneath the sand. Muammar Gaddafi carried out the GMR in five stages, funding it with proceeds from oil sales.
There was a vast network of pipelines across Libya that supplied freshwater, but most of them have been vandalized by suspicious parties, according to KYA. The Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System was used to deliver water to major Libyan towns, including Tripoli and Benghazi. There was enough water in Libya to cover a distance of up to 1,600 kilometers and supply 80% of the country's freshwater needs.
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.
Sierra Leone's former rebel leader Today Sankoh when he was captured by angry mob in 2000 ( Photo Courtesy) When Foday Sankoh, Sierra Leone's rebel leader of a 10-year civil war died in 2003, his wife described him as a good man who liked his family.
It's true that all presidents of each country are rich and its of no surprise since they are paid quite well. European, Asian and American countries are believed to pay their presidents a good amount of money as compared to how the African presidents are paid. The wealth they always acquire from inheriting their father's and grandfather's wealth incase they had a rich background.
Former USA President Barack Obama with the then Libya ruler Muammar Gaddafi during the G8 summit in L'Aquilla, Italy in July 2009 ( Photo Courtesy) USA President Barack Obama was barely six months in office when he found himself sharing the same dinner table with then Libya ruler Muammar Gaddafi during the G8 summit in Italy in July 2009.
Read and see photos below: The vast majority of people believe that Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates are the world's only two billionaires. Some privately affluent persons, on the other hand, do not make their wealth known. But I'm going to tell you about some of the world's wealthiest people who aren't well-known.
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.
It is no surprise that the supreme leaders from different countries across the world are very affluent. Some of them were born into wealthy families, while others have climbed the ladder through honest means. Regardless of the methods used to acquire the fortune, ranking the richest presidents in order is a tough task because their net worth changes quite often.
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.
Born on May 29th 1973, Al-Saadi Gaddafi was a professional football player who developed an interest in this profession at a very tender age, a profession his late father reportedly didn't like. At the age of 27, Al-Saadi, son to Libyan former leader the late Muammar Gaddafi, made a move to convert his interest in football into a career.
The vast majority of people think Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates are the only two billionaires on the planet. Some privately wealthy people, on the other hand, keep their riches hidden. But I'm going to tell you about some of the richest people in the world who aren't well-known.
Gaddafi's son, who'd been missing for 10 years, registered for the upcoming presidential election, according to local reports announced yesterday. It can be remembered that Gaddafi steered Libya for 42 years until he was deposed by a NATO-based pressure group in 2011, following unrest that swept Libya as part of the Arab Spring.
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.
Image: courtesy Muammar Gaddafi was a Pan-African leader who led Libya for close to four decades. His regime was known for socialist economic models and funding liberation struggles in other parts of Africa. His approach on world issues and his dalliance with the former USSR regime pitted him against the Western leaders.
Anab Gure Photo:Courtesy. Muammar Gaddafi Many people remember that the bodyguards of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi were ladies, but now this has been done again by a Somali woman in the Kenyan parliament. Anab Subow Gure, a Garissa MP, attracted social media and Kenyan media after her female bodyguards appeared.
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.
The Late Libya's Dictator Muammar Gaddafi Since the Kiambaa loss of the Jubilee Party of President Uhuru Kenyatta, his allies in the Handshake sector haven’t been happy and are urging the President to unleash his true colors and demonstrate he is the man in charge. Raila's close associate, Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has been on the forefront, advocating for the country to be ruled by a dictator for a progressive future.