Gaddafi's legacy and ideology, ought to be taught in every single academic institution throughout Africa
Check out photos of one of Muammar Gaddafi’s great inventions named “Saroukh el-Jamahiriya”, which means “Libyan Rocket”. The car was designed by Gaddafi and is described as a revolutionary model in the history of automotives, and said to be the safest car in the world.
This Africa report is intended to continuously inform our African people of the evil the so-called "western powers" are actively and passively committing in Africa under disguise and how they are systematically keeping the African continent divided with genocides.
In this Africa report, Abayomi Azikiwe of Pan-African News Wire, writes about the situation on ground in North Africa’s oil rich nation – Libya, which is currently under the united states pentagon-NATO rule, corruption, internecine conflict and the “fruits” of imperialist warfare.
A classified NATO report on the bombing campaign in Libya shows the alliance is dependent on the US to wage its wars. But, even with Washington’s help, the much-praised Operation Unified Protector had military shortcomings.
In post-Gaddafi Libya, as the national economy’s largely oil revenue ramps up and commercial businesses and investment start to return, the debate around a new model for Libya’s new governance, and healthcare system intensifies.
At a crowded corner of the Tripoli Medical Centre, people gather every morning to submit paperwork for medical treatment abroad, or worriedly scan new lists of approved names plastering the walls.
For 40 years, or was it longer, I can’t remember, I did all I could to give people houses, hospitals, , and when they were hungry, I gave them food. I even made Benghazi into farmland from the desert, I stood up to attacks from that cowboy Reagan, when he killed my adopted orphaned daughter, he was trying to kill me, instead he killed that poor innocent child. Then I helped my brothers and sisters from Africa with money for the African Union.
Former Libyan rebels widely supported by the West in their fight against late leader Colonel Gaddafi are now turning against their allies, attacking their war graves and smashing Christian symbols with hammers.
At the battered terminal of Tripoli’s tiny Mitiga airport, over 150 young men and women jostle to be repatriated home to Nigeria on Libya’s Buraq airlines. This journey to Lagos is one of hundreds the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has facilitated since the start of the uprising against Gaddafi’s regime over a year ago.