Sayadi: Abdul Mahdi is afraid of assassination

January 07, 2019 - 5:26


BAGHDAD / Somar News - The deputy of the coalition of the rule of law Kazem Sayadi on field tours by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi in times of dawn by saying that he "afraid" of roaming during the day to avoid being subjected to an assassination by terrorist groups.
Abdul Mahdi is conducting field trips after dawn prayersin and around Baghdad.
"Whoever knows Adel Abdul Mahdi closely, he discovers that he is very afraid of death, so he is afraid of mobiles in front of people in broad daylight," Sayadi told The Newser.
And visited the Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, on Monday, Rashid Street in central Baghdad, to see the work of lifting the concrete blocks of the street.
"The Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, visited the Rashid Street in central Baghdad this morning and was briefed on the ongoing work to restore life to the street and lift the concrete walls," the Prime Minister's Information Office said in a statement received by Som News.
He added that "Abdul Mahdi met with a number of citizens who expressed their satisfaction with the efforts to open more roads and revitalize the work and revive the heritage areas in the capital Baghdad.