Director of Somalia’s National Intelligence and Security Agency resigns

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MOGADISHU– The director of Somalia’s National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) yesterday tendered resignation citing that he quit the job on personal matters.

Hon. Hussein Osman Hussein submitted his resignation letter to Somalia’s president, Farmajo.

Reports indicate that the reason for NISA director resigned from his post is that he will be vying for the presidential election in South West Administration in Somalia which is slated to happen in 17 October, 2018.

Mr. Hussein held the post less than a year after president, Mohamed Abdilahi Farmajo nominated him to head Somalia’s National security and intelligence agency.

Somalia’s is plagued by terrorism, piracy, lack of law and order after the country sank into state of anarchy following the collapse of its central gov’t in 1991.

 

 

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