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Somali military court hands down sentences for four alleged

Storyline:National News

Somali military court has Thursday sentenced 4 individuals who appeared before the court to different judges, three of them faced five years jail term and released the fourth one after the court missed full evidence of his case.

The four- Noor Shire Siyad 29, Ibrahim Mohamed Hayir 36, and Mustaf Mohamed Husein 20 were sentenced to five years in jail for committing different crimes including hijacking NGO’s vehicles for Al-Shabab organization and working with the group closely while Hassan Mohamed Kahiye was freed after the court found him no guilty.

This comes months after Somali federal government vowed to give amnesty to those who denounce Al-Shabab membership adding that in cooperation with its allies spearheaded by US government will continue wiping out those who decline the calling and remained loyal to Al-Shabab group.