A Somali government delegation visiting in Nairobi last month, after getting invitation from an international prestigious organization, the American International Labor Solidarity center survived from a terrorist plot, according to Somali government officials.
The plot which was organized by a man identified as Omar Faruk Osman Nur, after informing the Kenyan police that members from Shabab terrorists or pirates were invited to Kenya. Fortunately, the Kenyan police were not hasty, but after conducting swift investigations, the results did not match with the information provided by the Somali informant. Further interventions to foil the groundless information were made by the COTU-Kenya. The delegation, comprising ten individuals from the directorate of Labor, Youth and Sports of the Somali ministry of Social Services were invited to Kenya to develop an independent Somali labor law for the first time in more than two decades with the support of the American Solidarity Center. A letter addressed to the Somali National security Agency and the Somali police, department of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) asking for prompt investigations against Omar Faruk Osman Nur and his links with the terrorists, following his attempted government attack in Nairobi Kenya in April. However, the Djiboutian government reacted and rejected a meeting which Mr. Nur scheduled to hold in Djibouti after inviting unknown individuals from Somalia. But unfortunately, he transferred the meeting canceled by the Djiboutian government to Addis-Ababa facilitated by a man identified as Anteneh Abrahman who is the ENJU president. But, the question is does Anteneh Abrahman assessed the risk he is transporting to his country Ethiopia?
Xafiiska Wararka Midnimo, firstname.lastname@example.org