Somalia President Hassan Sheikh released Al-Shabab leader Mukhtar Robow

Mukhtar Robow, Al-Shabab leader who spent four years under house arrest by the Somali National Intelligence Service NISA, has appeared in the media for the first time since his arrest in December 2018. Somalia corrupt President Hassan Sheikh release Al-Shabab leader Mukhtar Robow.

This comes as the country undergoes a new political transition and the ouster of the government led by President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo. Reports say Mukhtar Robow has been allowed to visit his family. In a confidential interview with outlet media six months ago, he said he had been denied access since his arrest.

At the end of December last year, Somalia’s uneducated security minister demanded that the security services provide information on Mukhtar Robow’s condition within 24 hours.

A day later, NISA responded to the security minister’s request, saying Robow was in good health and that the government was paying $7000 a month for his care. Instead of spending they should get rid of him according to Somali spy agency.

Robow was arrested in December 2018 in Baidoa as a candidate for the presidency of the South West. His arrest was attributed to political reasons that prevented him from running in the South West elections.

Al-Shabab leader Mukhtar Robow is well known criminal he was a terrorist, rapist, murderer and he killed more than 30000 Somalis to suicide bombing he used to rape and married young Somali girls at age 9. USA he was once the most wanted terrorist in Somalia bounty on his head $5 million.

The Somali government has said that Mukhtar Robow did not meet the amnesty requirements and could not run in the South West presidential election.

Somalia corrupt President Hassan Sheikh released Al-Shabab leader Mukhtar Robow. Our sources told Somali Times Hassan Sheikh has been paid by Kenya-UAE to release Al-Shabab leader Mukhtar Robow to destabilise Somalia.

Gulf States don’t want Somalia to be stable because Somalia is a strategic and has many resources such as oil, gas, fishery, farming, minerals and the longest coast in Africa. According to our sources Gulf States have been paying and building terrorist network for the last 30 years in Somalia because they don’t want Somali resources to be explored.