Abdi Mohamed (Abdi El), leader of the Children and Women Affairs Office, was captured regarding the capture of Abdi Mohammed Abdi Mohammed, leader of the Children and Women Affairs Office, Abdulaziz Sani, Police Commissioner Fehran Beshir and two Yugoslav individuals, The rest of the 40 suspects have been discharged.
The suspects were charged in absentia, and some said they had as of late consented to hand over an association with Ethiopia and to discharge detainees. He additionally included that any individual who has left the nation and abroad has not been captured and that nobody has a criminal conviction. The suspects are additionally being held in the area, he said. He
is seeking after a court hearing on issues identifying with the district and an announcement being made on the date of his refusal to arraign him. He was requested to be charged on court work and in conflict with the court, saying, "We don't struggle with our confidence. We give data to make the general population mindful of our entrance to data. We are as yet proceeding with this. Courts are allowed to work autonomously, "he said.