I am not Corrupt,Somali PM says.
Somali Prime Minister Abdiweli Mohamed Ali on Monday condemned recent media reports linking his office to alleged corruption and misconducts cases as cited in the United Nation’s leaked Monitoring Group’s report.
In a press release sent to newsrooms in Mogadishu, the Office of the Prime Minister refuted the alleged corruption case contained in a “leaked Monitoring Group’s report,” saying that the allegations are “absolutely and demonstrably false.”
In another news from Somalia,Al- Shabaab group has claimed responsibility for the attack on a lawmaker who was assassinated on Monday,July 16 in a roadside bomb in the capital Mogadishu. Mohamud Abdi Ibrahim better known as (Garweyne), the victim, was also a former Minister for Humanitarian Affairs and Trade for Somali government.
Two other people sustained serious wounds in the attack and were rushed to a hospital for medical treatment.