Muammar Gaddafi’s Son Resists Deportation To Libya

Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi said the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s adopted son, Abhallha Mone Moussa Moummare, is resisting attempts by Zimbabwean authorities to have him deported to Tripoli, Libya.

Ziyambi was briefing a Senate thematic committee on human rights on how Government was dealing with refugees, and addressing their living conditions in prisons. He said Gaddafi’s son recently refused to disembark from a plane in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He was supposed to board a connecting flight to Libya. In an interview, Minister Ziyambi said Gaddafi’s son ran away from Libya after his father was deposed and killed in 2011, and arrived in Harare in 2014. He has since approached the High Court challenging his detention at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison and wants to be granted refugee or asylum status. Said Ziyambi:

There are some court applications challenging his detention. So we are waiting for the outcome. Initially his identity could not be ascertained definitively. Under those circumstances, it was not prudent to grant that status without ascertaining for ourselves. So he was deported, but refused to go to Libya. He said he was more comfortable here. He was deported and while in Addis en-route to Libya, he refused to disembark from the plane


More: Herald

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One Comment on “Muammar Gaddafi’s Son Resists Deportation To Libya

  1. But why are they doing this? Is it deportation or extradition? My Zim government knows the truth about what happened to the Libyan president.Or maybe they are under pressure from the world headboys.

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