Former sacked NISA chief Fahad Yassin arrives in Mogadishu

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Former Director of the National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) and Presidential Security Adviser Fahad Yasin Haji Dahir arrived in the capital Mogadishu early Tuesday morning.

A private plane carrying Fahad Yassin from Istanbul, Turkey, landed at Mogadishu’s Aden Adde International Airport this morning, according to credible sources.

Former National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) Director and National Security Adviser Fahad Yassin was detained on Friday in Djibouti and flown back to Istanbul.

The Somali presidency has accused the Djiboutian government of blocking the airport in Djibouti to advisor Fahad Yassin Haji Dahir and his entourage, and since released a statement, regretting the move it claimed was initiated by Djibouti.

The government of Djibouti, in response to allegations from the Somali presidency, said Fahad Yassin had not been stranded in their country, but that his plane had broken down and returned to Turkey.

Fahad Yassin Hajir Dajir was scheduled to attend a meeting of the National Security Committee convened by the outgoing president, but the meeting, which was scheduled to take place on the 18th of this month, was canceled.


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