Farmaajo appoints commission to probe disappearance of NIS member Ikran

The 25-year-old NISA member Ikran Tahlil went missing in June.

In Summary

• Farmajoo said on Monday that the commission of inquiry will be chaired by the Attorney-General and deputised by the Head of Military Court.

• Local media claimed that Ikran was picked up from her house by a vehicle that was believed to be familiar to her.

Somalia President Mohamed Farmaajo chairs the National Consultative Forum meeting in Mogadishu where The Baidoa Technical Committee makes its presentations on elections recommendations on March 23
Somalia President Mohamed Farmaajo chairs the National Consultative Forum meeting in Mogadishu where The Baidoa Technical Committee makes its presentations on elections recommendations on March 23
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Somalia President Mohamed Farmaajo has appointed a 5-Member Commission of inquiry to investigate the disappearance of Somalia’s National Intelligence and Security Agency (Nisa).

The 25-year-old Ikran Tahlil went missing in June, and her disappearance has aroused calls across the country demanding for her justice.

Farmaajo said on Monday that the commission of inquiry will be chaired by the Attorney-General and deputised by Head of Military Court.

They are expected to hand over the findings and evidence to responsible legal institutions for execution of Justice.

Local media claimed that Ikran was picked up from her house by a vehicle that was believed to be familiar to her.

In June, her mother Qali Mahmoud Guhaad asked the government of Somali to help the family to search her.