South-Galolhu MP Ahmed Mahloof has said that he had requested the parliament to investigate the killing of the crocodile at the children’s park but that the defense minister had refused to cooperate.
In a recent press statement, former vice president Ahmed Adeeb said that the crocodile was killed in an attempt to use black magic and buried near the Uthuru Thila falhu mosque, which is under the military’s jurisdiction.
Regarding the statement, MP Mahloof in a tweet on Tuesday said the crocodile was killed by the military’s special forces in the pouring rain and that the officer who had shot the crocodile has 12 days to give details on the incident, implying that all the allegations against President Abdulla Yameen would be revealed after the presidential election on September 23.
Kinboo ge massala alhugandu Majlis ah hushaelhin, suvaalah javaabudhevva vazeerah kerivadainugennevi.— Ahmed Mahloof (@AhmedMahloof) September 11, 2018
Kinboo ge operation hingee MNDF special force lavvaa boavaareyga.
Kinboo bolah badi jehi kujjaa, General Shiyam ge sihuru order thakuge haheegaiy kiyaadheyn baakee 12 dhuvas. https://t.co/Mn9ddZGNxZ
Adeeb, in the press statement on Tuesday, claimed that President Yameen had his palms read during the 2013 presidential elections and that he was given a to-do list by black magic practitioners to keep him in power, which included killing the crocodile. Adeeb said that the crocodile was given poison and, after it failed to die, it was tied and carried away to be killed by the military.
Adeeb said President Yameen was also told to kill chickens in Aarah island, remove the buildings near Sultan Park, take down the walls of the Islamic Center, remove the Kalhu Vakaru Mosque and dig under it and start a fire to dispel supposed black magic in the area.