Man who killed a soldier executed in Gedo region
Tuesday October 27, 2020
LUQ (HOL) – A man who was convicted by a military court in Luq town in Gedo region for killing a soldier was executed on Monday.
Qadar Mohamed Boqor who was found guilty of murdering a soldier identified as Ahmed Abdi Barre in September today faced the firing squad in the town.
Prosecutors said Boqor killed the soldier in a police station in September.
Court judge Sheikh Mohamed Aden told journalists there was sufficient evidence to condemn Boqor to death.
He added that the family of the deceased had refused to accept blood money and demanded the convict pay for his sins.
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