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News Keydmedia Online | 6 September 2021

Fahad Yasin is the main suspect in the murder of Ikran Tahlil, the female spy agent who has been missing since June 26 of this year.

News Keydmedia Online | 26 August 2021

The relationship between the two leaders has strained over the dismissal of senior Intelligence agency officials close to the office of the president.

News Keydmedia Online | 15 August 2021

The ongoing Senate election saw fraud and vote-rigging in what could lead the country to post-election violence, says the candidates. 

News Keydmedia Online | 11 August 2021

On Monday night, Farmajo deployed hundreds of Haram’ad police to the main roads in Mogadishu in a bid to bar the PM from leaving the country to Kenya for an official visit on Uhuru’s invitation.

News Keydmedia Online | 25 July 2021

The incumbent has faced a big challenge after extending his term illegally by two more years early this year. 

News Keydmedia Online | 24 July 2021

They have greatly welcomed the move by PM Roble to sack the deputy NISA boss Abdullahi Kulane and airport intelligence commander on Friday.

News Keydmedia Online | 19 July 2021

Farmajo and his Intelligence chief Fahad Yasin are being accused of derailing the electoral process in an attempt to rig the votes.

News Keydmedia Online | 7 July 2021

The outgoing president plotted a coup to stay in power beyond his 4-year mandate that ended in February 2021.

News Keydmedia Online | 16 June 2021

The outgoing Somali president lost the trust and support of the people of Somalia during his presidency. 

News Keydmedia Online | 14 June 2021

The outgoing president Farmajo won the 2017 election after receiving millions of US dollars from Qatar through Fahad Yasin, a former Al Jazeera journalist currently serving as spy head.

News Keydmedia Online | 2 June 2021

Mohamud who served in office 2012-2016 escaped unhurt from fire by security forces at a checkpoint on his motorcade near the Benadir regional court complex in the ancient Hamarweyne district.

The current Somali government, whose mandate ended, came to power with the expectations of massive reforms in institutional and development settings. President Farmajo completed his term in office without paving the way for consensus-based elections; instead, he messed up the growing Somali institutions and the trust-building processes.