Gaddafi's Son Detained At Harare International Airport

Tourism and Hospitality Minister Walter  Mzembi  who was  present at the  airport waiting to welcome  the  18 member delegation quickly phoned  Home Affairs Ministry who  then ordered the  release of the delegation after almost two  hours of  detaintion,”said  sources from the state media who  had  gone to cover the arrival of the Gaddafi delegation.

The Gaddafi’s son led delegation, which jetted through South Africa claimed that they left their passports in South Africa.

The delegation, which is  in the country for a five-day visit said it wanted to explore business opportunities, but sources within  Tourism Ministry said Minister Mzembi was behind the invitation whose purpose was not clear.

Speaking to journalists after his release by immigration officials at Harare International Airport, Lt-Col Al Ghaddafi said “We would like to look at business opportunities in Zimbabwe for Libyan investment especially in agriculture and tourism,”

He is expected to tour Victoria Falls and the Great Zimbabwe in Masvingo.