Six people have been held in custody at Chad’s Direction des Renseignements Généraux since 17 December. According to our information, they are being detained within the context of an investigation that was launched at the request of Souleyman Abakar Adoum, the minister of public security, and entrusted to the Renseignements Généraux, led by Baba Laddé, and Ahmed Kogri’s Agence Nationale de Sécurité (ANS).
The aim of the investigations and interrogations is to clarify the circumstances and reasons for Colonel Nousradine Khamis Hassaballah’s death, which occurred on 9 December in N’Djamena. On that evening, he was shot twice in the centre of the capital, while in his vehicle.
Two of Hinda Déby Itno’s brothers
Investigators believe that the murder could be linked to a property dispute between the victim and certain relatives of former first lady Hinda Déby Itno. In fact, Ahmat Khazali
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