Ethiopian Port Authority Denies Entry and Expels a man disguising as a CSO Rep

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    Ethiopian Port Authority Denies Entry and Expels a man disguising as a CSO Rep

    Addis Ababa – Ethiopian immigration authorities have on Sunday barred entry and ordered the eviction of a man, disguising as a civic leader at the Bole International, Officials said.

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Addis Ababa – Ethiopian immigration authorities have on Sunday barred entry and ordered the eviction of a man, disguising as a civic leader at the Bole International, Officials said.

The man identified as Omar Faruk Osman, has been on the Ethiopian intelligence watch list, afterhe was jailedand later deported from Ethiopia following court orders over inability to settle hotels and the taxi bills, among other issues in late 2013,according to Eastern African Media reports.

A Somali government official who spoke on condition of anonymity, because he was not allowed to speak publicly said that, "Osman and his colleague boarded the plane from Djibouti en route to Bole airport in Addis Ababaon Sunday” which the official was traveling with.

"The Ethiopian port authority denied entry and ordered his immediate expulsion.” The official said.

Osman, who holds three passports; Djibouti, Somali and UK passports – a possession that is illegal to many countries across the globe – was planning to sneak into the Ethiopia to attend 13th ILO Africa Regional conference in Addis Ababa on behalf of International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), an organization that many believe supports and funds his immortal and smear campaign against the Somali workers, for ease to be targeted or killed by a third hand – an act that might likely constitute criminal offense – after ousting him from office in September 2013, following allegations of corruption, mismanagement and lack of accountability.

More recently, the Somali government has ordered thetemporary shutdown of more than 35 websites associated with Omar Faruk Osman and Dahir Alasow, citing ethical questions.

Many security and intelligence analysts believe that the websites, which the Somali government ordered their suspension were aiding terrorists and had overstepped the principles of journalism and conduct.

In May, 2013, Omar Faruk Osman has been the mastermind of whatSomali officials described a terrorist plot against Somali delegation visiting Nairobi for business trip, after tipping the Kenyan police and intelligence that "the Somali government delegation in Nairobi were indeed members of Al-Shabab”, according to Somali government’s official communicationobtained by the media verifying the incident did take place.

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