24 February 2019

Somalia: Al-Shabaab Claims Responsibility for MP Boqore's Assassination

Al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for assasination on Saturday of Somalia veteran politician Osman Ilmi Boqore.

A statement released by Radio Andalus, the terror group's official mouthpiece, said "Members of our Mujahidiin shot and killed the longest-serving member of the parliament of the apostate government." Al-Shabab is allied with al-Qaida.

In 2005, the group claimed responsibility for killing the late lawmaker's son, Khadar Osman, in Mogadishu.

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Boqorre was the oldest member of the current Somali Parliament. He was a lieutenant colonel in the army and became the deputy speaker of the Parliament of the then Somali Transitional Government (TFG) in 2007, but he resigned for health-related reasons in 2010.


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