Radio 786 presents you a number of revelations about the slain Libyan leader and revolutionary, Muammar Gaddafi. He was killed in October 2011 amid what was presented as a legitimate uprising in the North African country.
But as you will hear, Gaddafi had changed the fortunes of the people of Libya, turning it into a self-sufficient, peaceful and prosperous country. He had a vision for Africa, one that was considered so dangerous that it cost him his life.
This is the final part of our special interview with Daad Sharab – Muammar Gaddafi’s advisor and confidante. In our first interview, we established who Gaddafi was, his character and what drove him. A bedouin at heart, he continued to live this lifestyle, eating simply, keeping fit and refusing the luxuries of a statesman; he loved and yearned to be among the people and kept their well-being a priority.
In this part you will hear about what world leaders said about him behind closed doors, the farce that was the Lockerbie bombing trial, Gaddafi and revolts in African states and Israel’s flirting attempt with the Libyan colonel.
Guest: Daad Sharab – Confidante and troubleshooter of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi
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