He passed away to the mercy of God, the great mujahid and writer Judy Otoumi, today, Friday, at the age of 83, affected by the complications of the Corna virus.
Mujahid Jodi Otoumi, one of the prominent officers in the National Liberation Army, was born on November 16, 1938 in Sidi Aich, Bejaia Province, and studied commercial sciences in the capital until October 1952.
He joined the Victory Movement for Democratic Freedoms in 1953, before joining the revolution in 1956 when he was only 18 years old. On the day after the Somma conference, it was transferred to the command center in the third historical mandate to coordinate and work with Colonel Amirouche, and there he was assigned the General Secretariat of the second, third and fourth regions.
In the year 1961, Mujahid Otoumi was promoted to the rank of officer in the ranks of the Liberation Army by Colonel Mohand Oulhaj, and he was transferred to the Soumam Valley region, which was exhausted after the colonial binocular operation.
The deceased, accompanied by a group of officers such as Issat Meziane, Zan Boualem, Ben Saghir Belkacem and Mazawi Al-Arabi, assumed the task of reorganizing the ranks of the Mujahideen in the third region, which was under pressure from the operations of the Shall scheme and the organization of operations against the French enemy.
In April 1962, he was appointed as a member of the committee charged with following up the implementation of the cease-fire after the signing of the Evian agreements at the level of Bejaia, Bordj Bou Arreridj, Msila and Bouira.
After a long career in the service of Algeria, where he held the position of Director of Bouira Hospital and President of the State People’s Assembly of the wilaya of Bejaia, he decided, beginning in 1986, to devote himself to writing about the Algerian revolution and his books “Colonel Amirouche Between Legend and History” and “Crimes Without Punishment” in addition to a large number of publications Historic. God have mercy on the deceased and rifled vast paradises.