Published On: Mon, Aug 20th, 2018

Somalia’s supreme court chief suspends judges

The newly appointed Somalia’s supreme court chief, Bashe Yusuf Ahmed has suspended 9 judges at the first and second degree courts in Mogadishu following public complaints.

According to a statement from Ahmed’s office, the move was aimed at resolving the repeated grievance from the people over injustice which led the suspension servicemen.

Abshir Omar Abdullahi, the head of the appeals court has proposed the suspension who also called for an investigation into the alleged injustice and corruption allegations.

In the past, the government has arrested and suspended more than 10 officials, including manager of Mogadishu port tax department and other staff members over graft claims.

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