Abdiaziz Mohamud Guled, also known professionally as Afrika, (died 20 November 2021) was a prominent Somali journalist. Based in Mogadishu, Guled was initially known for his work in private radio and television stations prior to joining Somali National Television and Radio around 2009. In November 2020, Guled was appointed director of the Somali federal state-run Radio Mogadishu, a position he held until his assassination in November 2021.
A hard critic of the Islamist Al-Shabaab, he was well known for his interviews with detained Al-Shabab members. He was murdered by the group when one of the group's terrorists blew himself up as he was leaving a restaurant in Mogadishu. The bomber directly targeted Guled and killed him at the scene. Two other people were injured in the blast, including Guled's colleague, journalist Sharmarke Warsame, who was traveling with him at the time.
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- "Somali journalist Abdiaziz Mohamud Guled killed in suicide attack". BBC. 20 November 2021.