Ismail Ali Abokor

Ismail Abokor
Ismail Ali Abokor (Ismaaciil cali abokor), was a Somali Politician and Major General.wikipedia
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Vice President of Somalia

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A senior member of the Supreme Revolutionary Council, He also served as Vice President of Somalia in the era of Siad Barre between 1971 and 1982.

Supreme Revolutionary Council (Somalia)

Supreme Revolutionary CouncilSomali Women's Democratic Organization1969–1976; 1980–1991
A senior member of the Supreme Revolutionary Council, He also served as Vice President of Somalia in the era of Siad Barre between 1971 and 1982. In the rank of lieutenant colonel participated in the coup d'état of October 21, 1969, which led to the rule of General Mohammed Siad Barre, and became a member of the Supreme Revolutionary Council of the Somali Democratic Republic.

Burao

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Abokor was born in 1937 in Burao northern Somalia.

England

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After completing his secondary education, he traveled to England for military training.

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

SandhurstRoyal Military Academy, SandhurstRoyal Military College, Sandhurst
He graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

Somalia

SomaliFederal Republic of SomaliaSOM
Ismail Ali Obokor returned to the Somalia in 1960 as one of the first officers to train for British Somaliland.

British Somaliland

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Ismail Ali Obokor returned to the Somalia in 1960 as one of the first officers to train for British Somaliland.

Somali Armed Forces

Somali National ArmySomali ArmySomali military
In 1962, he served as the head of the Somali National Army Barue, and in 1963 was named as a deputy commander of a battalion stationed in Kismayo.

Kismayo

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In 1962, he served as the head of the Somali National Army Barue, and in 1963 was named as a deputy commander of a battalion stationed in Kismayo. In 1965, he trained in Mogadishu, and after that he was appointed as a commander of a battalion in Kismayo, and was promoted to a rank of lieutenant.

Mogadishu

Mogadishu, SomaliaMogadiscioMuqdisho
In 1965, he trained in Mogadishu, and after that he was appointed as a commander of a battalion in Kismayo, and was promoted to a rank of lieutenant.

Siad Barre

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A senior member of the Supreme Revolutionary Council, He also served as Vice President of Somalia in the era of Siad Barre between 1971 and 1982. In the rank of lieutenant colonel participated in the coup d'état of October 21, 1969, which led to the rule of General Mohammed Siad Barre, and became a member of the Supreme Revolutionary Council of the Somali Democratic Republic.

Somali Democratic Republic

SomaliaDemocratic Republic of SomaliaCommunist Somalia
In the rank of lieutenant colonel participated in the coup d'état of October 21, 1969, which led to the rule of General Mohammed Siad Barre, and became a member of the Supreme Revolutionary Council of the Somali Democratic Republic.

Soviet Union

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In November 1971 he visited the USSR.

Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party

Secretary-general of the Somali Revolutionary Socialist PartySRSPSomalia
Since July 1976 (from the date of founding the party) he became a member of the Central Committee and a member of the Politburo of the Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party.

Isaaq

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Umar Ghalib

Umar Arteh GhalibGhalib, Umar
On 7 February 1988, the trial of Arteh, former vice president Ismail Ali Abokor and other indictees ended.