Muammar Gaddafi's Assets Seized At Stor-Age
Libyan political leader Muammar Gaddafi has had access to his unit at Stor-Age frozen. Stor-Age was contacted by the SAPS, who identified the location and unit to be overlocked and assets seized. The unit will be opened and inventoried today. It is expected that the unit contains priceless family heirlooms from the Libyan palace and home of Gaddafi.
Gaddafi visited South Africa late in 2010 for a parliamentary visit with South African heads of state to secure construction contracts in the Cyrenaica region. The region has been under continuous repairs and rebuilding to the inherent conflict in the area.
If you would like to view the inventory and attend the auctioning of the items in this unit please reserve your spot at Stor-Age by calling 0861 18 18 18.