Kenya divided Somali leaders

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Kenyan Foreign Minister Raychelle Omamo visited Mogadishu on Sunday, 8 August 2021, with her high delegation met the prime minister of Somalia Mohamed Hussein Roble to negotiate the maritime case and how Kenya will import the Khat drug which effect Somali families and health.

Mr Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo’s political turmoil and Roble’s response will be followed by what happens on Tuesday, 10 August 2021, when Prime Minister Roble arrives in Kenya, meet Uhuru Kenyatta.

It remains to be seen what action Roble will take. If the prime minister signs Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of the Republic of Kenya and Somalia to renegotiate maritime case border Kenya-Somalia and trade agreement with Kenya, according to Kenyan officials told Somali Times.

And re-authorizes Kenyan Khat drug, which effect Somali families health and economy. Khat is well known drug around the world and banned EU, US, UK, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Africa. Khat is a drug that is used to destabilize Somalia and to destroy the Somali people, khat drug leaf grow country Ethiopia, Kenya, Yemen.

According to Kenyan officials told Somali Times outgoing Somali Prime Minister Roble and foreign minister Mohamed Abdirizak, Kenya has been promised 6 million dollar backhand trade deal to re-authorize Kenyan Khat drug. Both of them are working foreign actors according to our sources.

Kenya’s Foreign Affairs Minister Raychelle Omamo and her Somali counterpart Mohamed Abdirizak Mohamoud have officially opened a new embassy building in Mogadishu 9 August 2021.

The opening ceremony was attended by government officials, mostly from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kenya’s Ambassador to Somalia and members of the delegation accompanying Raychelle Omamo on her trip to Mogadishu.