A Somali Journalist who served Over 3 year Jail term in Ethiopian Prison is freed

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Saturday December 16, 2017 - 18:55:58 in Latest News by Staff Reporter
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    A Somali Journalist who served Over 3 year Jail term in Ethiopian Prison is freed

    ADDIS ABABA (Horn Observer) The Ethiopian government released on Friday a Somali Journalist Mohamed Aweys Mudey after serving more than three year jail term under Ethiopia's anti-terror law, Somali officials and relatives said.

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Undated Photo of Mohamed Aweys Mudey. (file photo)
ADDIS ABABA (Horn Observer) The Ethiopian government released on Friday a Somali Journalist Mohamed Aweys Mudey after serving more than three year jail term under Ethiopia's anti-terror law, Somali officials and relatives said.


The release of the journalist was facilitated by Somalia government through its embassy in Nairobi, following repeated calls from the Somalia Media fraternity for his release.



"I spoke to Mohamed Aweis Mudey, a veteran Somali journalist who is released a jail in Ethiopia, He will arrive in Mogadishu tomorrow.” Abdirahman Omar Osman, Somali Minister of Information said on twitter.

Mohamed Aweys Mudey, who is regarded as veteran journalist is traveling to Mogadishu, where he will be received. Mudey was arrested in 2013 in Addis Ababa over terror related charges.

- Horn Observer -


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