Mogadishu (SD) – Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble today said that the report released by NISA about Ikraan Tahliil’s case was incomplete and unsatisfactory and did not contain sufficient evidence.
Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble said he had been following Ikraan’s case from the beginning and instructed NISA leadership to provide additional information, describing NISA’s report as “unfortunate”.
“I assure Ikraan’s family and the Somali people that the government is committed to justice for Ikraan and her family,” Roble said.
The Prime Minister in a televised speech ordered the intelligence chief to submit a full report on Ikraan Tahliil Farah’s case within 48 hours.
“I acknowledge the improper handling of Ikraan’s case and that it touched the hearts of the Somali people and created resentment that has led to the abduction of other innocent citizens,” Roble said.
The Prime Minister noted that he will make a his decision as he receives a comprehensive report that will be shared with all Somalis.
Finally, the Prime Minister called on the Somali people to remain calm and refrain from hurting innocent people.
NISA said yesterday that Ikraan Tahliil, a member of its staff, had been abducted and killed by Al-Shabaab.
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