The federal government of Somalia has announced that it has deployed special forces to ensure the security of the elections, which are part of the government’s security plan.
State Minister of Somalia, Ali Ahmed Farhan said election security plan, with the help of some of the nation at the election dispute. He also said that 11 cities in the country have prepared special forces for the upcoming disputed elections.
“The security plan for the elections has been put in place and it has been agreed upon. The relevant people have been brought together in Mogadishu and a consensus plan has been drawn up,” said the Somali state minister for security. He added that funds have been prepared for the troops and that the security operation is progressing well.
“Soldiers have been prepared, resources have been prepared, things are going well,” Farhan Ali Ahmed added. He noted that the force will be comprised of federal and other Amisom troops, who have previously said they will play a key role in securing the elections.
He added that funds have been prepared for the troops and that the security operation is progressing well.
Plans to launch a state minister ahead of an argument in the process of government to run the election, with the opposition candidates boycotted the election commissions of the government is disputed.
Tensions confusion and uncertainty about the election, and they appear in the current election by an approved, since both sides have appointed committees and pro-choice.