A senior NTC official says that Saadi Gaddafi, the deposed Libyan leader’s third son, is willing to give himself up.
A senior National Transitional Council official in Libya has told Al Jazeera that Saadi Gaddafi, the third son of deposed leader Muammar Gaddafi, is willing to give himself up.
Abdelhakim Belhaj, the NTC’s military leader in Tripoli, said on Wednesday that Saddi called him and asked if he could surrender.
In an exclusive interview, Belhaj said the revolutionaries knew for sure where some of the regime leaders were, including unconfirmed reports on where Gaddafi was.
“Gaddafi is now fleeing – and we have a good idea where he is,” Ali Tarhouni, a senior NTC minister said earlier, without elaborating. “We don’t have any doubt that we will catch him.”