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    Somalia: Who were the targets of NasaHablod Hotel attack ?

    Mogadishu, Somalia (Waagacusub.Net)— Nasa Hablod Hotel attack is reported to have different objectives including the assassination of elders, politicians, educators from Abgal sub-clan of Harti who were invited for aftur, according to some of t

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Mogadishu, Somalia (Waagacusub.Net)— Nasa Hablod Hotel attack is reported to have different objectives including the assassination of elders, politicians, educators from Abgal sub-clan of Harti who were invited for aftur, according to some of the guests that spoke with Waagacusub Media.

The officials from  Abgal sub-clan of Harti intended to be eliminated in the hotel came from Jowhar to discuss publicly their presidential candidate Sharif Sheikh Ahmed who was expecting to come to Mogadishu after ten days. 

The Aftur was arranged by Raho Jinigow, a member of Somalia Electoral commission (EC) named by President Hassan Sheikh Mohamed and eventually dissolved and Kadijo Osoble who herself is a former member of the Electoral Commission. 

According to a source received by Waagacusub Media, deputy finance minister Abdullahi Mohamed Nur and elders from Harti sub-clan of Abgal told president Hassan Sheikh Mohamed that they would never accept woman whose her husband is from Abgal Sub-clan of Wa'asle, the clan of the president.

Among of the elders, politicians and educators that received the Aftur invitation from Jinigow and Osoble were;  Ahmed Jowhar who hails from [Agonyar] Abgal Sub-clan of Harti, Sahra Mohamed Amin, Sharifo Addow, and Salad Ali Jeelle.  

The information about their discussions in regard to their favored presidential candidate Sharif Sheikh Ahmed has been given to Al-Shabaab by Director of Revenue management Muhyadin Hassan Juris, who hails from  Abgal Sub-clan of Wa'asle. 

The relations between Al-Shabaab and Juris believed to goes back to the times of Abukar Omar Adan. Mr Adan was the Islam Courts Union financier. 

MP Abdikader Osoble, the owner of the targeted hotel and president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud ended their friendship after Mohamud reneged on his pledge to help him become Osoble the president of Hiiraan and the middle Shabelle. He told him that the Ethiopian government opposed him his dream to be a president for the intended Hiiraan and the middle Shabelle administration on suspicion of terrorism links that he is doing his best to persuade her.   

According to friends of MP Osoble, he told President Mohamud that he would run the presidential post after Baidoa meeting.  

MP Osoble, the owner of  Nasa Hablod Hotel did not pay the Zakat to Al-Shabaab after Ethiopia had accused him of supporting the group financially. And he built a strong fence around the hotel.

According to the hotel's workers that contacted to Waagacusub Media, Al-shabaab asked  two and half months ago, why the hotel owner built the fence? The workers of the hotel said the owner did not pay the Zakat to Al-Shabab for nearly two months. 

"Al-Alshabab has no longer received tax  from the Hotel and the attack comes just before the commencement of the meeting of the supporters of presidential candidate Sheikh Ahmed. Perhaps the target was from President Hassan to eliminate his opponents and he wanted Juris to do a good job for him," said a senior staff for  Nasa Hablod Hotel. 

Officials from NISA said that they believed the Security minister knows something about the attacks against the hotels but this attack was coordinated by Juris. Minister Abdirisak Mohammed Omar, a nephew of President Mohamud facilitated the attack.   

However, MP Osoble and Juris dislike each other and It is known to everybody the relationship between Al-Shabaab and Damul Jadeed, the president's political party. 

By Dahir Alasow

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