Shock as young NISA service member found dead

Most of the troops pervaded from the Middle Shabelle region and retreated to their bases under agreements and conditions.

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Shock as young NISA service member found dead

MOGADISHU, Somalia -- The outstanding officials who were leading the National Salvation Troops faced fear following the body of a soldier who was among the troops who stood up against the extension term regulated by the acting Parliament that eventually forced the outgoing leader to bow down and disown his futile attempt.

A young officer who was member of the opposition troops 'Badbaado Qaran' was found dead inside a landfill in the vicinity of General Kahie Camp alias Scola Polizia in Mogadishu.

The Officer named Mohamed Mukhtar Dekow, was one of the plain-clothed units of NISA who defected to the opposition, according to a source obtained by KON from an official who asked not to be identified.

The agreement that the federal government and NS Troops reached dictates that no soldier will be held liable or accountable to their stance in the rejection of the extension term as they stood up to save the country from political uncertainty.

Most of the troops pervaded from the Middle Shabelle region and retreated to their bases under agreements and conditions.

Two nights ago, however, Mohamed has gone missing before he was found dead, according to the insight Keydmedia Online has obtained.

The Security Ministry declined Keydmedia's request for comment.

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