Qaali Mohamud Guhaad, the mother of Ikraan Tahliil, who has been missing for nearly three months, told a news conference that her daughter’s case has still not been resolved.
“The Somali government has yet to act on my daughter’s case. It is a surprise that has never happened before in Somalia. My daughter has been missing for two months,” she said.
Qaali’s said she had called the private number’s of Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble and President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo which she had obtained, but unfortunately indicated that her call had were not answered.
Qaali’s indicated that there would be no elections in the country until her daughter was released, and threatened to kidnap people from a tribe she claimed to be holding her daughter.
“My daughter hails from 10 clans if this is the case. All her people belong to the Gorgor (military unit) and Haramcad (military police) forces. President Farmaajo, if you want to end our pain, it is up to you. Otherwise, talk about the case of my daughter Ikraan.” she said, while in tears.
Qaali’s mother finally said that she had called Fahad Yassin, the head of the National Intelligence Security Agency (NISA) two months ago, and was told to wait for two days in which she had no reply from him ever since.
Conflicting reports are emerging from the investigation into the case of Ikraan Tahliil Farah, a female NISA employee who has been missing for two months, following her disappearance on June 26th.
Ikraan was a smart and educated girl, very good at writing correspondence with offices such as the government or other agencies. Ikraan was living in the NISA compound, which is close to the global Hotel and KM-0 fronts of abdiazziz/Shibis District.
It was not immediately clear who was driving Ikraan and who gave the order for Ikraan to jump into a car that was caught by CCTV, with some members of the Somali parliament, blaming senior NISA officials for her disappearance.