NISA’s acting chief appoints new Mogadishu spy head

Yasin Farey, the former NISA commander in Benadir region, has been fired by Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble last week over the disappearance of a senior spy agent Ikran Tahlil.

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NISA’s acting chief appoints new Mogadishu spy head

MOGADISHU, Somalia - The interim director of NISA General Bashir Goobe, fired the head of Mogadishu intelligence, Yasin Farey, and appointed his replacement on Wednesday. 

In a letter from Goobe's office, Muhudin Mohamed Jim'ale (Warbac) has been appointed as the new NISA commander in the Benadir region within the capital. 

According to the circular, the Governor of the Benadir region, Omar Filish has been notified of the appointment which comes amid an unprecedented political crisis in Somalia.

Yasin Farey, the former NISA commander in the Benadir region, was fired by Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble last week over the disappearance of a senior spy agent Ikran Tahlil.

Tahlil, 25, went missing on June 26 of this year and she was last seen in CCTV footage while ridding a NISA vehicle at her house near the Intelligence HQs and never returned home. 

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