Muammar Gaddafi's son Fleeing to Nigeria, This was stated by Minister of Justice Niger, Morou Amadou, on Sunday, September 11, 2011. He said the 37-year man enters Niger along with a convoy of vehicles containing some nine people.
"I declare one of Gaddafi's son - al-Saadi Gaddafi - identified by a military patrol in northern Niger," said Morou, quoted by the Associated Press.
Morou said al-Saadi to the southern city of Agadez, which Gaddafi is believed to be hiding other families. Morou said Saadi did not have any status in Niger, including the status of refugees. This, said Morou, making Saadi did not get any legal immunity from the Niger government.
Morou said his government did not prohibit members of the Gaddafi family to cross into the country. This, he said, they do for humanitarian reasons. "As usual, Niger accept them on humanitarian grounds," said Morou.
Previous Gaddafi allegedly wife, two sons and other relatives had fled to Algeria. Just like Niger, the Algerian government also claimed to receive them for the sake of humanity.
Saadi some time ago saying that she was not at Bani Walid, and continue to move where. In an interview with CNN, Saadi said he had not seen his father and his brother, Saif al-Islam, for two months. Soccer athlete is admitted to be neutral and try not to interfere in the politics of Libya.
Neighboring countries, including Niger, Chad and Algeria is often the purpose of family fled the Gaddafi and Libyan officials. They usually enter the country in a huge convoy. Gaddafi had outstanding issues in one of the convoy, but this is disputed by the government of Libya and neighboring countries.
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