A Lady was mercilessly killed by suspected Al-Shabaab Militias on suspicion she was a local spy. According to investigate Journalist Yassin Juma, the lady Ikran Tahlil was reported shot dead after ana abduction. In statement by the journalist, Yassin said... "NISA CLAIMS FEMALE SPY AGENT "KILLED BY ALSHABAAB"
A Old man has recently sparked massive stir online after he went against all odds to marry a young lady old enough to be his daughter in a colourful white wedding. The man who is a native Somali, walked down the isle with the lady who by the look of the photos she's probably in her 20s.
Somalia’s President and Prime Minister, Mohamed Hussein Roble were in a standoff Monday after the Prime Minister suspended Fahad Yassin, the director of NISA, Somalia’s National Intelligence and Security Agency on Monday. According Roble, he was acting because Yassin had failed to deliver a report on the killing of one of the agency’s spies, Ikran Tahlil Farah, who disappeared in June and was declared dead by NISA this month.
A wierd Somali ritual has caught Social media by storm after photos were Leaked online over the weekend. In the photos shared by Popular NTV Journalist Yassin Juma on his social media account a popular Wajir County Women Representative was seen been showered with milk from a Jerican. The 'shivering' political figure seemed relaxed an those gathering cheered and others watched in awe as the 'drama' unfolded.
(photos courtesy) There was drama at the Mombasa law courts after a man took to the stand accusing his daughter of thuggery. According to sources, a dad took the witness stand to testify against a daughter accused of swindling more than Sh115 million from a company they both worked for.
A stranger bailed out Kenyan Journalist Yassin Juma in Ethiopia after being released. Yassin said that he was told by authorities that a mysterious lady bailed him out after spending 48 days in an Ethiopian court. “Finally I get to know who the 'Mysterious Lady" that bailed me out is. The Courts in Addis had freed me on bail....I watched outside the courts as those who the Judge had ordered released on bail were given permission to talk to their families and arrange for the payment through the Ethiopian Commercial
A sad evening for the great people of Eastleigh, Muslim Community and the larger Kenya-Somali family for the death of their father and elder Mzee Hajji Yassin Jama.
The family of Yassin Juma finally has a victory to celebrate. This following a phone call by the Attorney General of Ethiopia to order the immediate release of the Kenyan based veteran journalist. He was know by his long dreads while he was working for NTV. Today marks his birthday and what a precious gift he has received. However, freedom has not come easy for the the journalist He has been locked in an Ethiopian prison for 47 days. He had earlier today claimed of how the conditions were so back in the prison.
Yassin Moyo The entry of Corona Virus(COVID-19) in Kenya has led to unimaginable degree of social and economical instability in the country and the whole world at large.It is for this reason that the government of Kenya decided to impose a dusk to dawn curfew from the 27th of March which was meant to keep the spread of the pandemic in check. However,cases of police brutality and police related deaths has overshadowed the policy which has lead to a loud outcry from different people ranging from the public,po
Yassin Juma and family. Kenyan journalist Yassin Juma has been reunited with his family after his return home to Nairobi. The journalist had been covering stories in Oromia region of Ethiopia, his arrest led to outrage from Kenyans who demanded for his release. Yassin thanked everyone who demanded for his release from Kenya, Ethiopia and around the world. "Salaams from Nairobi, allow me to extend my gratitude to all that supported the #FreeYassinJuma campaign throughout out my 49 days incarceration. I am back
Feisal Hussein from Mombasa testifies against his own daughter Fairoz Yassin who according to the reports stole Ksh115 million from Daikyo Japan Motors Ltd were employed as accountant and secretary, respectively. Photo courtesy Yassin was arrested and aligned in court in 2020 for allegedly stealing over KSh 115 million from her employer.
Early life and career Yassin was born in Arraba, to a Muslim-Arab family of Palestinian descent.  He describes himself as Palestinian-Israeli.  He is the second of four children; his mother is a teacher and his father is a psychologist.  His native language is Arabic; he also speaks English and non-fluent Hebrew.
Yassin and Sean Terrio team up to create ‘Reach you’; it picks apart the emotional battle of loving someone deeply and trying to communicate just how important they are to you. Click here to listen: https://open.spotify.com/track/4SYVKftFHqUQKXSvoQp4TK It is also about that love not being mutual and the struggle of dealing with that reality.
According to The Standard, a father testified against his daughter, who was accused of stealing more than Sh115 million from the company where they both worked. Feisal Hussein described how he discovered the loss to a Mombasa court yesterday, as his daughter Fairoz Yassin listened from the dock.
Humanity Is Dead!!Kenyans React After Cop Charged With Murder Of 13 year old Yassin Moyo Is Released
Duncan Ndiema, a police officer was charged with a case of shooting an innocent kid during the curfew hours. According to the father to the late Yassin, the boy was in the balcony watching when he met his death. The boy was taken to hospital by the parents and neighbors but unfortunately his passed away. This case has been going on in court but it seemed to take long since the accused has been skipping court sessions. He claimed to be having signs of covid 19 and therefore he pleaded for time to seek medication
Former NTV Journalist Yassin Juma has narrated how he got kidnapped by six armed men shortly after he got released by an Ethiopian court. Yassin who is currently a freelance journalist was arrested by Ethiopian authorities seven weeks ago over allegations that he was working with the country’s opposition. He was granted bail by an Ethiopian court but he got rearrested by a group of armed men “I was literally kidnapped by six armed men in civilian clothes, a minute after I was released on bail at Arada Police
Yassin juma has for the past more than 47 days pleaded for justice. This night is a happy night for him after þhe Ethiopian AG ordered for his release.This has happened amid request and plea by even the kenyan nationals to the ethiopian Government to release the journalist. In his letter today,Yassin narates how he was arrested and yet the Ethiopian Government has failed to bring evidence to the court for him to be charged. He said that he had contracted the Corona Virus or covid-19 but if he continued to stay
Yassin Juma's wife and family is in tears after problems hit her since her husband was arrested in Ethiopia last month.Aisha Mohammed While talking to radio Maisha's presenter Hassan Mwana wa Ali this morning during his show Nuru ya Lugha, Aisha showed how arrest of her husband became the beginning of a downfall. She explained that as a family, they are more worried about Yassin's life. Morever, she has nothing to pay her bills. She can no longer feed the extended family that depended on Yassin. In addition,
Collage photo of Larry Madowo and Yassin Juma On July 3rd, reports started circulating that Kenya's celebrated independent journalist Yassin Juma had been arrested in Ethiopia and was being detained by the country's military. That Yassin who had at one time worked at Nation Media's NTV had met the handcuffs while covering the protests that had ensued in Ethiopia's Oromia region after the death of that country's celebrated musician Hachalu Hundessa. According to sources that were close to him at the time of the
For about 7 weeks now, Yassin Juma has been cooling heels in one of Ethiopia's cold cells. Yassin was arrested some times back, in connection with artist Hachalu Hundessa. His past four court appearances have been unable to yield his freedom, with today set to be his fifth appearance before Ethiopian legal systems. Kenya has on two separate occasions wrote to Ethiopian authorities protesting his unlawful detention. In his latest letter, Yassin notes how he is battling detention, and also COVID-19 infection.