Libyan entrepreneur Basit Igtet says has plan to make Libya great again
The Libyan Zurich-based entrepreneur, Basit Igtet, has called on the Libyan people to march in the Martyr Square on September 25 to support what he called the new “liberation” of people’s suffering from the current oppression and starvation policies of the governments in Libya.
Igtet, a Benghazi local who is living in Switzerland, where he built a business name in many sectors, said in his third statement to the Libyan people, especially the Tripoli residents, that he has a plan to get the Libyans out of their misery caused by whom he described as the politicians who destroyed Libya.
“Go out on September 25, I will be there, foreign and international media will be there to document you, the whole world will watch, the most western powerful countries will be there to secure you and above all the US government will be there to ensure you are not hurt.” Igtet told Libyans in the capital via his Facebook video statement on Sunday.
He also lashed out at the current UN-backed government of Fayez Al-Sirraj and that of the eastern region, saying that he won’t come to Libya on board an Italian frigate or a UAE plane, but he will be there because he knows Libyans’ suffering and wants to build a free and prosperous country.
Igtit is known for a successful career in business around the world.
Social media was awash with supportive and rejecting comments on his statement, with some saying he is the right one for being a president or prime minister for Libya and others saying that he is going to come aboard a US plane or frigate, so what difference it makes, according to social media comments.
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