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The British government has announced that its role in invading Libya will bring it profits of around 200 billion pounds by winning contracts for rebuilding the country.

Reports from London say  after the UK department of trade and investment announced that the British government could enjoy profits of up to £200 billion gained from contracts to put Libya together, it emerged that the British government had made an excellent investment by spending nearly £300 million bombing Libya.

Being among the first governments to launch strikes on oil-rich Libya, the British government soon revealed its intention for invading the country when British officials announced plans to secure British companies lucrative contracts to rebuild the country which was torn apart by the very same governments now struggling to fill their pockets.

Observers say possessing the richest oil reserves in the African continent, Libya was just considered as a profitable client by the western powers that tore the country apart in order to reconstruct it.