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R.I.P Chief Justice of the Somali Supreme Court,Mohamud Omar

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R.I.P Chief Justice of the Somali Supreme Court,Mohamud Omar

Postby ahmad guray » Wed Nov 24, 2010 5:08 pm

EXCLUSIVE REPORT Mogadishu (TF.SF) Chief Justice of the Somali Supreme Court, Mohamud Omar Farah, passed away last night and was buried in Mogadishu this afternoon.Prime Minister of Somalia’s Transitional Federal Government (TFG), H.E. Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed (Farmajo) and he President of the Republic, Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, the Speaker of Parliament, the Prime Minister, majority of MPs as well as the leadership of the all branches of the armed forces join with other mourners in Martyrs’ Mosque inside Villa Somalia.The late Chief Justice was honoured with State funeral and he had an illustrious career in the administration of justice in Somalia where he served as a university professor, Judge, Director General of Ministry of Justice, Attorney General, Minister of Justice and Chief Justice.The Transitional government declared three days mourning and ordered the Somali flag to be flown half mast/

Prime Minister of Somalia’s Transitional Federal Government (TFG), H.E. Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed (Farmajo) and President Sharif sent condolences to the late Chief Justice’s family, friends, colleagues and the Somali people.
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