University professor assassinated in Sana'a, hours after he demanded salary payment and rise

University professor assassinated in Sana'a, hours after he demanded salary payment and rise

 

A university professor was assassinated in Yemen's Sana'a late on Wednesday, hours after he demanded the self-proclaimed "government" of the Houthi terrorist milita to pay overdue salaries and raise wages of public employees.

Local sources said the professor of architecture Mohammed Naeem in the College of Engineering at Sana'a University was "shot dead by gunmen as he was trying to get into his car" in Tunisia Street, in the former Yemeni capital city, hours after he demanded salary payment and rise in a social media post.

He was "transported to a nearby hospital" but was pronounced dead "shortly" after his arrival.

Social media activists in safe places outside Houthi areas of control immediately pointed finger at the Shiit terrorist militia for the assassination saying it comes as part of the series of Houthi assassinations in Sana'a since they controlled the city in late 2014.

 

Activists said the Union of Sana'a University Teachers was expected to issue a condemnation statement, but an atmosphere of intense panic in Sana'a has made them hesitate.

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