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    Somalia:Arrest warrant issued for Dahabshiil Manager over serious allegations.

    The Somali National prosecutor's Office issued warrant for the arrest of several people including manager of the Dahabshil's branch in Mogadishu,Abdullahi Nur Awdiinle and others of the branch. The office ordered CID to immediately bring t

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The Somali National prosecutor's Office issued warrant for the arrest of several people including manager of the Dahabshil's branch in Mogadishu,Abdullahi Nur Awdiinle and others of the branch. The office ordered CID to immediately bring them in front of the court.

The Head of the CID General Said Ahmed Kadiye told Waagacusub media that the u,Abdullahi Nur Awdiinle was accused of terrorist activities including murder against journalists,innocent people, and bombings yet to succeed his arrest.

The arrest of the Dahabshil's manager and the  individuals named in the list with him is very good but  It's very difficult to arrest and get them (Dahabshiil's staff)  in front of the justice because they bribe the government officials, including the Security Minister,said former NISA. But If wanted to prevent more terrorist attacks it should respected the order of the  Somali National prosecutor amid to be arrested those listed in the letter to bring them justice. 

Dahabshil CEO did not send a feedback when we asked about the warrant issued to be arrested his staff in Mogadishu. 

However, the first arrest warrant issued by the prosecutor's reads:



The office of the Attorney General issued arrest warrant for men involved in criminal activities 


To: head of Criminal Investigative department (CID)                                   Mogadishu


Objective: Arrest Warrant 


According to a letter reference to Sum: XXIG/172/2016 dated: 16/2/2016, which its objective was filing a criminal charges, and noticed by the head of the CID.


Therefore, we are asking the head of the  CID to:


(A) arrest those accused individuals:  


1. Abdullahi Nure Awdiine (Head of Dahabshiil Company).

2. Hassan Yusuf Kamanas

3. Yahye Ali Omar 


(B) who are accused of the article: 496 and 502 X-C-S


(C) And call them to the court. 


(D) Bring them in front of the prosecutor office and the court  that has authority to implement the decision. 


Please see previously attached file 


Good implementation 

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