Somalia’s security minister refutes claims of attack on ex-leader

While responding to the post tweeted by the former leader, he rejected the accusation that they raided the president’s house and instead claimed that he is protected by the National Guard for serving the country.

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Somalia’s security minister refutes claims of attack on ex-leader

MOGADISHU, Somalia - The acting Security Minister of Somalia, Hassan Hundubey denied claims of attack on the residence of ex-President Hassan Sheikh in Mogadishu by the government forces on Sunday night.

While responding to the post tweeted by the former leader, he rejected the accusation that they raided the president’s house and instead claimed that he is protected by the National Guard for serving the country.

His remarks seem totally untrue but rather defensive with a glimpse of phone footage that went viral in social media clearly showing that the government forces who launched the attacks seizing control of the area fought in though they were later overpowered and forced to retreat.

The acting Minister also failed to comment further about the ongoing raid of Wadajir Party leader on his house that erupted simultaneously and yet another suspicion of a possible plot to assassinate him.

The Chief of NISA, Fahad Yasin is believed to have masterminded the attack on the house of the outspoken candidate, Abdirahman Abdishakur as well as that of the ex-President’s house.

Abdishakur accused the outgoing President of behind the attack on his house in a post on his Facebook account saying that Farmaajo has turned blind eyes to their suggestion to refrain government forces from being used in politics.

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Warar 6 May 2021 9:42

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