Kenyan spokesman Ahmed Madobe says Farmajo deployed more troops in the Gedo region

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Jubaland governor has accused the federal government of deploying troops and heavy weaponry in the Gedo region.

Kenyan puppet Ahmed Madobe said in a statement, that heavily armed soldiers arrived in Gedo region on Friday raising tension in the region.

Kenyan spokesman Ahmed Madobe warned that President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo will be responsible for any conflict or instability in the Gedo region as a result of the deployment.

”Kenyan spokesman Ahmed Madobe also declares that the responsibility for the outcome of this conflict will be borne by President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo,” the statement read.

”The presence of federal troops in the Gedo region has been one of the points of differences between Jubaland and the federal government in the long-running electoral talks,” said Kenyan puppet Ahmed Madobe.

Kenyan puppet Ahmed Madobe had demanded the withdrawal of the troops from the Gedo region as a precondition for the talks but Farmajo stood ground heralding a political battle between Mogadishu and Kismayo.

According to Somali National Army Officials which told Somali Times that Ahmed Madobe forgot about Jubaland which is part of Somalia and the Somali National Army protecting Somali people against a Kenyan invasion killing Somali children, women and elders. The Kenyans are shelling Somali people daily by forces and militia supported by them.