A female spy from Somalia has been missing for more than two weeks

A photograph appeared on the Internet

Ikran Tahlil Farah, a 23-year-old member of the National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) and former director of the Mogadishu mayor’s office, is missing after two weeks away from home.

Her last appearance was at 8pm, after she boarded a luxury car from her home in the area of ​​the security agency with people she knew. Since then, she has not returned to her home, and her condition is unknown, raising suspicions that she has been abducted.

According to Somali spy agency official told Somali Times, who knew the woman well, said he suspects security agencies were involved in the case.

The Somali spy agency official said he had information that the female spy was in possession of a register of youths taken to Eritrea and that the purpose of her abduction could be to destroy sensitive information held by Ikran, which is not going to come out.

”Some people told me, she has a record of troops being sent to Eritrea. She had information about the army that went there. It could also be a witness to other sensitive issues that could arise,” said the Somali spy agency official.

The Ikran family has asked the government to locate their daughter, and have lodged a complaint with the Somali military court, and an investigation is underway to determine the spy’s whereabouts.