NISA Boss arrives in Baidoa to coerce Robow to stop running for SW Presidency
A delegation led by the Director of the National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) Hussein Osman Hussein arrived in the town of Baidoa on Saturday. The motive of the NISA boss visit to Baidoa is said to convince Mukhtar Robow to abide by the recent government order barring the former Al-Shabaab Deputy leader to run for the upcoming presidential poll in South West State. Hussein's delegation was warmly received in the town by officials from the incumbent administration and other members. During his stay in Baidoa, Hussein will hold meetings with Robow who appears to have ignored the government call and proceeded with his election campaign trail. Addressing dozens of his supporters in one of the hotels in Baidoa, Robow stated that he will take the fight against Al-Shabaab, which he referred them as "Khawarij" to another level. It is not yet known if the government would be able to convince Robow from pulling out the race.