Ex- Al-Shabab leader Mukhtar Robow steal 10 million dollars

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Somalia corrupt President Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud appointed the founder of Al-Shabab terrorist group Mukhtar Robow as the Minister for Endowment and Religious Affairs was a big mistake. This is a parochial view of peacebuilding.

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This aims to examine the various forms of corruption that are prevalent within the Somali government, as well as the impact that this corruption has on the country and its citizens. One of the main forms of corruption within the Somali government is embezzlement.

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This is the unauthorized use of public funds for personal gain. Officials within the government often divert funds that are meant for public projects and services, such as infrastructure and education, into their own pockets.

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This not only undermines the government’s ability to provide basic services to its citizens, but also fuels the mistrust between the citizens and the government.

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The former Al-Shabab leader Minister of Religious Affairs and Endowments of the Somali Government, Mukhtar Robow Ali (Abu Mansoor) who held a press conference for journalists today, spoke about sensitive issues related to this year’s Hajj.

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Ex- Al-Shabab leader ruthless murders Mukhtar Robow first talked about the corruption made against him about having steal of 10 million dollars from the companies provided Hajj.

Mukhtar Robow denied that there was such a thing, recounting a conversation between him and another scholar who discussed the money he was accused of.

Mukhtar Robow continued his speech and pointed out that this matter can be asked about the Hajj companies.

“It used to be to buy visas in the black market, but in the two years we have been there, not a single one has been sold,” added Robow.

Every year there is an outcry about the Hajj service, and accusations are made against the ministry and some companies that are accused of abuse.