On Thursday of April 12, 2012, the notorious militias of the flimsy Jigjiga administration had informed to the family members of the late Nadiir Mohamed Dhiidhi, that Mr. Dhiidhi is died in the regime’s worst detention centre; the Central Jail but commonly known as the “Jail-Ogaden”. The departed detainee had been in detention since the summer of 2010 after he was among a number of elders who denounced head-nodding for the regime’s brutal crackdown and a controversial self-appointment for traditional leadership role by a pro-regime elder, known as Mohamed Se’id (Kornayl Cirro).
Moreover, Mr. Nadiir Mohamed Dhiidhi whose age was over seventy (70) years old was not brought to court to answer any allegations or charges by the regime and its surrogates since his arrest of 2010, according to his family’s testimonies. The departed detainee had a history of protesting against Ethiopian successive brutal regimes non-violently as he was not ever become an active member for successive armed resistances against western-backed Addis Ababa regimes of Haile Selasse I to today’s Meles Zenawi. Mr. Dhidhi was convicted thirteen (13) years prison term by regime’s court in QabriDahar town for charges such as “absence of loyalty” for the notorious Emperor regime, just six months ahead of Mangistu HaileMariam’s overthrow against Haile Selassie.
Mr. Nadiir remained under military junta’s custody since 1982 as he was among a number of Somali ethnic personals among them detainees like Mr. Dhiidhi who were gathered by the Mangistu regime to recall fleeing urban residents because of the regime’s bombardment against civilians at the time of Ogaden War of 1977. But having the opportunity of being freed by any purpose, Mr. Dhiidhi defected to Ogaden refugees’ camps in Somalia where his spouse and children were living since Ogaden people and their backing Somalia were defeated by the Cuban and Soviets amid western world was head-nodding for the defeat against Somali-speaking populations.
Killing remains the only option for tyranny regime;
Leaving Nadiir’s history of suffering and resistance there, his death comes almost two weeks from Ugas-Mohamed Dulane Ugas-Hashi’s transfer from Jigjiga District Police Station to Jail-Ogaden on March 25, 2012. The Jail-Ogaden which is home for over 2000 detainees reportedly despite it was designed to accommodate four hundred detainees, remains the regime’s utmost punitive detention centre including military barracks since early 2009. Therefore, Ugas-Mohamed’s transfer, Mr. Nadiir’s open resistance even if he is in detention and Jail-Ogaden’s hosting of mistreated thousands of detainees had understandably made anxious the regime’s surrogates namely the TPLF security cadres, the head of the proxies – Abdi M Omar (Abdi Ilay) and his ill-motivated advisor – Mohamed Se’id (Colonel Cirro).
Having the calculations of that both Nadiir’s release and/or remaining in detention are merely an open war, it was concluded that he should be killed as close family members narrate that he was poisoned to death through injection. Furthermore, the militias (Police) did not inform his illness to his family nor he was taken to any hospital until a close kin was informed to collect the body of his beloved; Nadiir Mohamed Dhiidhi on Thursday of April 12, 2012 at 10:00 pm. This inhumanly cold-blooded assassination comes concurrently as AbdiRahman Hassan, a UN security officer faces terrorism-related charges in Addis Ababa Kangaroo courts of the regime amid he was severely abused and tortured by TPLF security gangs since his arrest of July 2011. As ONLF statement of April 12 on the matter explains, the World Food Program (WFP) country representative distanced AbdiRahman’s suffering from his professional role of the WFP abused two Somali ethnic staffs’ saving efforts on June 2011.
These high profile abuses happen just less than a week as World Bank, USAID, U.S. National Security Council and US Ambassador to Ethiopia were visiting separately to Jigjiga where Jail-Ogaden lays less than 1000 meters from the road of the newly-surfaced Airport to the main town. None of the said delegations had visited the notorious detention centre nor publicly raised any concern against the ongoing human rights menaces of the only accessible town, the Jigjiga. Conclusion comes; neither Abdi Ilay nor Colonel Irro would have overcome the nearly half million residents of Jigjiga without the support of Tyranny Meles Zenawi and his fully-equipped TPLF gangs. Similarly, neither Meles Zenawi nor his TPLF gangs would have repressed and dominated the Ogaden people and their struggle of freedom without the help of World Bank, USAID, US’s War on Terror and the recently-announced United Kingdom (UK) modernized tanks and war vehicles.
Source: http://www.ogaden.com/hornnews/ethiopia ... gaden.html