President of the Commission on the Investigation of Murders and Enforced Disappearances Husnu Suood has announced that the commission will release their report on the case of the missing Minivan news journalist Ahmed Rilwan once the suspects have been arrested.
Speaking to VNews, Husnu Suood said that the case report on Rilwan has been submitted to the President and that the commission is currently working on completing the formalities to arrest the suspected culprits. He said that the details of the report will be shared once the suspects are arrested.
Speaking at a press conference on July 5, President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih had also revealed that the case reports of Rilwan and the murdered Islamic scholar Dr Afrasheem Ali have been shared with him.
The bill to empower the Presidential Commission on Investigation of Murders and Enforced Disappearances and the Commission on Corruption and Asset Recovery was ratified by the President on June 24. The commissions were established on the day President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih took oath.
Minivan news journalist Ahmed Rilwan went missing on August 8, 2014. He is alleged to have been abducted near his residence in Hulhumale'.