Yesterday, I asked who on earth would want Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi to come live in their country.
Well, today, a spokesman for Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni stepped up and said Qaddafi was welcome to come and live amongst that nation’s healing waters.
However, at this point, there’s no word from Tripoli if Qaddafi is planning a one way trip to Kampala.
I should note that shortly after I submitted yesterday’s post a reader was kind enough to provide a link to an article written on AOL by Lauren Frayer speculating as to which countries would be amenable to granting Qaddafi asylum. Curiously, Uganda was not amongst them.
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