Mogadishu (SD) – Somalia’s intelligence chief, Fahad Yassin Haji Dahir, has responded to Prime Minister Roble’s order to provide a report on the Ikraan Tahliil Farah’s murder case, which is currently a source of tension in the country.
Fahad Yassin, who returned to Mogadishu today, has called for a meeting of the National Security Committee to discuss the case.
Somalia’s intelligence chief sent a letter to PM Roble, which was also notified to the President, the Minister of National Security and other members.
“We are carrying out your order and keeping in mind the sensitivity of the case of Ikraan Tahliil, fulfilling our national security obligations, and understand that this incident directly and indirectly applies to various government offices and agencies, and have the right to know the facts of this incident and the information contained in the information you have requested from us, we respectfully request that we submit this report to the entire National Security Council, and members of the relevant agencies and offices, ”Fahad Yassin said in a statement.
Somalia’s intelligence chief said he was confident that information related to the Ikraan Tahliil’s murder case would be shared with the Council, and would reach a decision on it.
When NISA announced the killing of Ikraan Tahliil, an official of the agency, there were immediate concerns about the agency’s report, prompting the prime minister to request a detailed report.
Some Somali political analysts say Fahad’s move appears to mean that the decision on the Ikraan’s murder case will not be limited to Prime Minister Roble.
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