14 April 2018

Somalia: Hiran Intelligence Chief Sacked in a New Security Shake-Up

The commander of the Intelligence department in Hiran region, central Somalia, Abdulkadir Mohamud has been sacked in a new major security shake-up on Friday.

The chief was fired in a statement released by the head of NISA - National Intelligence and Security Agency in the southern Federal State member of HirShabelle.

Abdi Mohamed Ali has been appointed as the new Intelligence boss of Hiran, replacing Mohamud who lost his post over the new major security changes in the region.

NISA has also named Olad Abdullahi Osman as the head of the spy unit in Beledweyne, the regional capital of Hiran region, according to the same statement obtained by Radio Shabelle.


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