Somalia lowers flag to mourn former President’ death

The reason behind his death is not yet disclosed to the press as many sources reportedly making stuff out including rumors that he died from Covid-19.

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Somalia lowers flag to mourn former President’ death

MOGADISHU, Somalia - The outgoing Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo ordered to lower the national flag after the death of the country's fourth leader Ali Mahdi Mohamed.

Farmajo announced three days of mourning to honor Mohamed, a successful businessman and former Somali President to show that the country had lost a legendary figure.

Ali Mahdi, aged 82, died last night in Nairobi hospital, where he was receiving medical treatment for the last few days, according to sources.

Mahdi who served as interim president 1991-1997 after the outer of the military regime in 1991 faced resistance from his rivalry that eventually led to war, mass famine, and destruction.

The reason behind his death is not yet disclosed to the press as many sources reportedly making stuff out including rumors that he died from Covid-19.

Former leaders and those currently acting expressed their heartfelt condolences on his death who they described him as a peace-maker and statesman.

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