Mogadishu (HAN) October 31, 2014 – Public diplomacy and Regional Energy Security and safety news. The Somali police chief, deceased body, General Mohamed Hassan, is flown to Nairobi for further investigations. Many interviewed who knew and worked with the late General Hassan quietly suspected he may have been poisoned. Despite these suspicions, it is impossible to prove the causes of death accurately without the outcome of the medical investigations.
Somalia’s new Police Chief Gen Mohamed Ismail was accused of “Crimes Against Humanity” in Canada and Somalia
In Mogadishu, at least 40 people were arrested, including a businessmen and medical doctors, including Kenyan mediacl doctor, for the death of Somali Police Chief Gen. Mohamed Hassan who suddenly died yesterday.
Medical experts at the Digfeer Hospital and AMISOM medical facility at Halane are investigated the sudden death of the former Somali police chief and no results have been released by both yet
The Somali Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheik Ahmed appointed a Ministerial Committee to investigate the death of the Somali Police chief.
Photo: Geneneral Mohamed Hassan (Left deceased General) congratulated his predecessor on the remarkable efforts he has put into the Somali Police Force towards the liberation of Somalia
The Geeska Afrika Online is Free government-funded. HAN (Horn of Africa newsline) shapes its editorial policy free from political and commercial influence.
The latest updates Follow twitter.com/GeskaAfrika
Geeska Afrika Online (1985 -2014) – The International Gateway news and views about the Horn of Africa (Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Somaliland, Sudan, South Sudan, Djibouti, Kenya and Uganda), the best IGAD news and information Online Site for the last 20 Years.
HAN & Geeska Afrika Online (1985-2014), the oldest free independent Free Press in the region, brings together top journalists from across the Horn of Africa. Including Ethiopia, Somalia, Eritrea, Sudan, Djibouti, South Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Oromo, Amhara, Somali, Afar and Harari. Plus, we have daily translations from 150 major news organizations in the Middle East and East African regions. Contact at email@example.com