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France: A Close Friend of Late Libyan Leader, Muammar Gaddafi Sinks Nicolas Sarkozy

While the former French president, Nicolas Sarkozy affirmed on the antennas of TF1, a few years ago ”  There is not the smallest beginning of a proof against me  “, relatives of the deceased Muammar Gaddafi declare to have solid and irrefutable evidence that Nicolas Sarkazy’s successful campaign in 2007 was largely financed by the Libyan Guide.

After learning that Nicolas Sarkozy was in custody, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi son of Muammar Gaddafi recently announced that he had evidence that his father did indeed fund the campaign Nicolas Sarkozy. Saif Al Islam would hold for some days, evidence of the financing of the campaign against Gaddafi.

Moftah Missouri, former interpreter and advisor to Gaddafi also reacted to the custody of the former French president.


On RFI’s antennas this Friday, March 23, 2018, the one who was also the director of the cabinet of Gaddafi pushed a little more Nicolas Sarkozy. Not only did he affirm that the document published by the Mediapart site was authentic, in addition, he told journalist Christophe Boisbouvier that Nicolas Sarkozy was  “corrupt” 

“Well, I think that’s the treatment he deserves. Because he is a man who is supposed to be the honorable representative of France and this man is a corrupt man, who has been in the pay of other powers like Libya and Qatar. ” 

The French justice wants to question him in the investigation on the Libyan financing of the campaign of Nicolas Sarkozy, in 2007.

Bashir Saleh, another close to Gaddafi was shot and wounded in South Africa, said his French lawyer last Sunday.

“He was attacked in his vehicle on Friday and shot at. He is hospitalized but his prognosis is not engaged, “said Eric Moutet.



Written by How Africa

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