Somalian former president is dead, Muhammad Ali has given up the ghost in Kenya.
The Somalian Former President Is Dead Muhammad Ali, Muhammad Ali who was a president in 1968 became a member of parliament where he was voted for .
The spokesman of the Ministry of Information, Ismael Mukhtaar Omar, in his official statement disclosed that Muhammad died in Nairobi, Kenya.
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The Somalia government, therefore, has declared three days of mourning for the former president and also appointed a National Funeral Committee for the burial ceremony of the former president.
Muhammad who died at age 82 was the fourth President of Somalia
He became a president in January 19191 and was sworn into power from January 26, 1991, until January 1997.
Mohamed Ali Samatar (Somali: Maxamed Cali Samatar; 1 January 1931 – 19 August 2016), also known as Ali Samatarwas a Somali politician and lieutenant general. A senior member of the Supreme Revolutionary Council, he also served as the Prime Minister of Somalia from 1 February 1987 to 3 September 1990.
Muhammad Ali Samatar was a key figure in Somali politics throughout the 1970s and 1980s. During the Ogaden campaign of the late 1970s, he led all SNA units and their Western Somali Liberation Front (WSLF).
The former president has contributed immensely to the development of a stable political system of Somali before the truncated started in late 200s.
The former Somalian president Muhammad Ali during his time was also a businessman before he took over the country’s leadership after the military government was toppled.