Secret Report: Was the theater bombing orchestrated from Somali PM’s office?
MOGADISHU, Somalia (Keydmedia) - Reliable sources say that the recent deadly bomb explosion at the newly reopened National Theater in Mogadishu was coordinated from the Office of Somalia’s PM Abdiweli Mohammed Ali.
Recent reports say that some members of the Transitional Federal Government security forces arrested top security officer who believed to be part of the security contingent for the office of the Prime Minister of the TFG Abdiwali Mohammed Ali Gaas as well as the deputy PM.
News Sources came out from the investigation show that the suspects whose names were released as Abdihassan well-known Abdi-yare, the chief of the security for the PM’s office and his deputy mohammed Deeq are currently in custody at the palace and they are being interrogated about the bombing that occurred at the National Theatre.
It is believed that the bombing that took place at the National Theatre in the city of Mogadishu 4the April, earlier this month has been orchestrated from PM’s office with some reports that some of the Prime Minister’s security guards escaped in the aftermath of the explosion, one of them run away to rebel-held Kismayu town, 500 Km south of Mogadishu while two others to neighboring Kenya.
The President of Somalia, Sheik Shariif Sheik Ahmed held a press conference in Mogadishu last week and he blamed the Transitional Federal Government’s Ministry of Communications.
He stated that their failure to inform the police and AMISOM of the events taking place at the theater allowed the bombing to occur since the authorities were unprepared to take the necessary actions and precautions to maintain peace and order.
This information followed while the public’s confusion grew as questions were raised about who facilitated for Al-Shabaab rebels to carry out the attack that killed 6 people, including officials and civilians.
Keydmedia.net - Mogadishu, Somalia
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