MOGADISHU (SD) – The Supreme Court has ruled against the former NISA commander Fahad Yassin Haji Dahir in a case filed at the Federal Electoral Commission (FEC).
Fahad Yassin’s case has been heard in the Supreme Court, and the prosecutor’s office has asked the Supreme Court to dismiss the case as it is election process related.
Judges in the country’s Supreme Court have rejected the lawsuit filed by Fahad Yassin against the Federal Electoral Commission (FEC) for suspending HOP086 seat he previously won.
The Supreme Court agreed with the Office of the Attorney General on behalf of the Federal Indirect Election Implementation Committee that the Supreme Court has no jurisdiction to hear complaints related to the 11th by-elections.
The verdict was signed by Chief Justice Bashe Yusuf Ahmed, and Judge Abdulaziz Mohamed Yusuf, and Judge Salah Sh. Ibrahim Dhiblawe, the three judges who heard the case.
On the other hand, National Security Adviser Fahad Yasin Haji Dahir said in a statement that he accepted the Supreme Court’s decision in the recent HOP086 seat case.
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