Meet Gaddafi’s Only Daughter Who Went Into Exile After Her Father Was Assassinated By Rebel Forces
Muammar Gaddafi was only 27-years-old when he ousted King Idris I of Libya. It was a bloodless coup as the young man assumed office with his group of soldiers who fought with him to attain power. Although the former Libyan pariah leader did a lot that deserves to be talked about, we are however not dedicating today to Gaddafi. We are however dedicating today to the only daughter of Gaddafi.
Although Muammar Gaddafi had several children from different wives, he only had one biological daughter. This beautiful daughter of the late pariah leader did a lot that needs to be talked about in the past.
Born on December 25, 1976, Aisha Gaddafi could do nothing more than to study hard preparing to represent her father in many international events. During her father’s reign, Aisha Gaddafi served as a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador after graduating from Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne University where she studied law.
Aisha didn’t stop here, she took a bold step in joining the Libyan military as well. She was able to attain the rank of Lieutenant Colonel before she ventured into other aspects of life, thanks to her father’s wealth.
In 2006, she got married to Ahmed al-Gaddafi who is her father’s cousin and also a Colonel in the Libyan army. Her husband however died while protecting her father in his private mansion. Aisha and her husband had three children and one of them died after a NATO airstrike targeted at the father landed on him.
Although Aisha Gaddafi had a good time from the beginning things, however, changed to worse after her father was killed in 2011. She was forced to run into exile to avoid getting killed by rebel forces. First, Aisha entered Algeria where she stayed for some time before she entering Oman. As of April 2021, she still lives in the Sultanate of Oman.
Aisha has however continued to stay out of public eyes even after the European Union Court removed her name from the list of those blacklisted by European countries.
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