Meet Gaddafi’s Sole Daughter Who Ran Away For Her Life After The Assassination Of Her Father (Photos)

Spread the love

Muammar Gaddafi deposed Libya’s Idris I when he was just 27 years old. With the help of his army, the young man successfully executed a bloodless coup and took control of the government. Despite the fact that Gaddafi was a despised figure who did a lot that needed to be discussed, we are not devoting today to him. We are, nevertheless, honoring Gaddafi’s lone kid today.

Muammar Gaddafi only had one biological daughter despite having several offspring from previous unions. There are many past behaviors involving this lovely daughter of the late pariah leader that need to be discussed. The December 25, 1976-born Aisha Gaddafi had to work very hard in school if she wanted to represent her father at numerous international meetings. While her father was in power, Aisha Gaddafi completed her legal education at Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne University and served as a UN Goodwill Ambassador. Aisha kept going and eventually joined the Libyan army. Before branching out into other areas of her life, she was able to advance to the level of Lieutenant Colonel thanks to her father’s financial backing.

She married Colonel Ahmed al-Gaddafi in 2006, a member of the Libyan military and a relative of her father. Her husband, on the other hand, died while guarding her father’s home. A NATO airstrike meant for the father killed one of the three children that Aisha and her husband had. Although if she had initially enjoyed herself, Aisha Gaddafi’s condition worsened after her father was killed in 2011. She had to escape into exile to avoid being killed by the rebels. Aisha first went to Algeria and lived there for a while before going to Oman. She is still residing in the Sultanate of Oman as of April 2021.

Even after the European Union Court removed Aisha’s name from the list of those that European nations had banned, she has continued to be hidden from the public’s view…..Seê _ Morê

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.