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Somalia: NISA blamed for the death of Aviation Director

MOGADISHU (SD) -Yesterday, Abdinasir Muse Dahable, the director of the federal government’s aviation department, was found dead in his residence in Mogadishu.

Reports indicate that he was allegedly killed by unknown assailants, although there are no official confirmations of this incident yet.

The Somali Police Force has announced that six suspects have been arrested in connection with the death of Abdinasir Muse, a 32-year-old, whose body was discovered in his home.

The deceased had recently returned from overseas to study Civil Aviation and had previously worked as a staff member at the ICAO office in Hargeisa.

Meanwhile, the Somaliland Government has accused the Somali Government of being involved in the killing of Abdinasir Muse Dahable, who was affiliated with the Somali Civil Aviation Authority.

Minister of Interior Affairs, Mohamed Kahin Ahmed, suggested that they suspect the involvement of Somalia’s National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) and the Somali Civil Aviation Authority, even alleging that some employees working for the Somaliland Civil Aviation Authority are being threatened by Somalia.

He urged the Somali government to conduct a thorough investigation into Dahable’s death, stating that Somaliland expects the Somali Police to carry out a fair investigation.

In recent days, there has been a dispute between the federal government of Somalia and the self-declared republic of Somaliland, after Somaliland argued it has the authority of its airspace, but the federal government clearly stated that it has full control over the country’s airspace.

It is not known whether the death of the director of the federal government’s aviation department is related to the current crisis in Somalia.

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