The former Federal Member of Parliament Aweys Ibrahim missing children have been found dead.
Their search commenced and anyone with information regarding their whereabout was asked to reach out to their parents or any security officials.
Unfortunately, the two were found dead in the outskirts of #Baidoa the interim capital of Southwest state of Somalia, with both of their kidneys removed.
"Former federal MP Aweys Ibrahim missing children found dead and their body dumped in the outskirts of #Baidoa the interim capital of SW state on Thursday. The two siblings were killed and their kidneys removed according to the family members. #Somalia," wrote Dalsan TV.
It still remains unclear who committed this heinous murder on such innocent souls.
According to a family member who spoke to Dalsan TV, no one had come out to ask for anything in return for the kids.
The family are still in shock as they don't know the motive of the person (s) who did this to the two kids.
Investigations into this incidence have started as the family wants those concerned to face the law as soon as possible.
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