15 November 2012

Somalia: Mohamed Dhere, Ex-Governor Dies in Somali Capital

Mogadishu — Mohamed Omar Habeb better known as (Mohamed Dhere) breathed his last breath in Mogadishu, an influential and a key actor in the politics.

He passed away in a Mogadishu Hospital, where he has been in poor health for the past few days, according to Abdifatah Shawey, the deputy in the former administration of Benadir state under Abdullahi Yusuf's rule.

The late served several posts during the past 20 years, namely as the governor of Banadir and the Mayor of Mogadishu. He was due to evacuate from Mogadishu to abroad for medical treatment, after doctors in the capital express in despair or disabled of his handling his health condition.

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