Throwback: Gadafi’s Last Words Begging For Mercy Before He Met His Painful Untimely Death

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Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who passed away in the year 2011, served as the Head of State of the Republic of Libya for over four decades, starting from the year 1961 and continuing until the year 2011.

In the year 1942, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was born. On October 20, the year 2011, Colonel Gaddafi kicked the bucket after a very long and tough illness.

The late Libyan Head of State rose to prominence after leading a group of young Libyan military soldiers in a bloodless coup d’état against King Idris I on the 1st of September, the year 1969.

Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, Libya’s late leader, also transformed the country into a new socialist state (Jamahiriya, which meant state of masses).

Due to that there was a series of incursions into his surrounding African countries during the year 1970s and the year 1980s, the late Libyan Head of State achieved international renown as well.

The circumstances surrounding Gaddafi’s untimely death, as well as his final words.

Muammar Gaddafi was been caught during the Battle of Sirte, according to reports, and was thereafter rained on with several gunshots, after which he succumbed to his gunshot wounds.

According to near by eye witnesses, the late Muammar Gaddafi turned about at the armed men who had surrounded him after he had been caught and said his dying words begging for forgiveness, asking these soldiers, “What did I do to you?” after he had been captured.

This is very sad. May his soul Rest In Peace. What’s your take on this? Send us your comments in the comments section below

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We as Africans simply cannot live isolated or driven away from our community and culture. So rather than lose our culture, we create a new one that resembles that of Africans.

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