Report: Search operation in desert to locate Gaddafi hidden treasures
Many questions about Libya’s former leader, Muammar Gaddafi were left unsolved after his killing. Most of these questions are related to his treasures whose worth is estimated at billions of dollars. It seems like many are already trying to locate these treasures.
An Arab newspaper claimed on Monday that Niger had recently arrested two Libyans who were trying to infiltrate into its soil. They were equipped with weapons and advanced communication devices. During their investigation, the two admitted they had been hired by an American security company which is trying to find Gaddafi’s treasures. Apparently, before his death, the slain Libyan leader instructed his associates to bury his money and gold in secret places in the Western dessert.
According to the newspaper, the two were trying to reach an intelligence officer who was a close aide to Gaddafi. The officer whose full name is Said Qaman, “Moihi” could shed light on the locations of the lost treasures.
According to reports, “Moihi” is one of the most wanted people in the West. According to rough estimations, Gaddafi ordered to bury in the dessert 4 tons of gold, and cash money worth US$200-500 millions.
In a related development, eyewitnesses have reported an intensified activity of UAV in the border area between Libya and Algeria. These activities are probably part of the attempt to find Gaddafi’s lost treasures. (Source: www.yallafinance.com)
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