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Somalia: an FM radio reopens after closed by Ethiopian troops

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Mogadishu 04, Nov.207 - An FM radio comes back to air after closed by the Ethiopian troops at Galdogob district in Mudug region in central Somalia.

The coming back of Hikma FM radio in Galdogob district came after the traditional elders in the district had a crucial talk with the Ethiopian troops on the ground as Abdirahman Warsame an employee of the radio told radio Shabelle.

The Ethiopian troops said they closed the radio with an order from above (their brigade).

The traditional elders asked the Ethiopian troops to show them the warrant letter to close down the radio station, and the Ethiopian troops said they will submit in the coming Saturday.

Hikma FM radio was off air for three hours, and it is the first time the FM faced such problems since its opening two weeks ago.

Source: Sh.M.Network


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