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    Somalia:Concerns grow over the situation of 4 Ogadenis detained in Mogadishu - ONLF

    Waagacusub.net— As four Ogadeni men suspected to be members of the Ogaden National Liberation Army or ONLF have been arrested near Albaraka Village in Mogadishu's Hodan district by the National Intelligence and Security Agency at 24 Decem

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Waagacusub.net— As four Ogadeni men suspected to be members of the Ogaden National Liberation Army or ONLF have been arrested near Albaraka Village in Mogadishu's Hodan district by the National Intelligence and Security Agency at 24 December 2015, the growing concern is that the capital of Somali nation to turn into Ethiopia's Addis Ababa.

The four men were coming from Madina hospital where they were being treated for their wounds and illness when their cars stopped and taken them to a secret detention in Mogadishu and their names are:

1- Asad Adan Dheere 

2-Hassan Hashi

3- Abdi Mohamed Hassan

4- Mohamed Sheikh Abdi

"The Ethiopian Security Agencies held them in a secret detention and they were severely beaten during the interrogation for confession, said a guard officer. "Now, they are transferred to the Central Prison in Mogadishu and their condition is very bad." 

Another officer said The NISA interrogated them in connection to a security issue, however , the agency could not find any wrong that they have done. 

"When we told that they did not commit any crime against the Somali nation, the president Hassan told us to transfer them to the central prison because the Ethiopian Embassy to Mogadishu ordered it." The officer spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to brief reporters.

"Before they were transferred to the central prison they held them in a secret detention in Mogadishu and they tortured them," according to an official from the Somali ministry of national security, who spoke to Waagacusub media.

It's an awful and inhumane act against humanity and the national sense to be arrested, detained and tortured Somali national in Mogadishu in order to appease the Ethiopian government.The history will never forget the crimes being committed by Hassan Sheikh Mohamud.

By Dahir Alasow

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