Somali Deputy Minister of Information Abdirahman Yusuf Al-Adala briefed to the media on the security situation in the country and said that Prime Minister Roble today appointed a special committee to work on the implementation of his recent order to the opposing forces in Mogadishu.
“The prime minister has today appointed a special committee to work on the implementation of his order that the armed forces face each other in the city, without opposition or conservatives, to return. “Let’s end their hostilities in Mogadishu,” he said.
Abdirahman al-Adala also said there were politicians who opposed the prime minister’s order, warning them against activities that did not serve the public interest.
“The Somali community should watch the activities of politicians who are working for foreign agents from Kenya and UAE paying millions of dollars inciting a civil war in Mogadishu and we warn those who have supported the Somali government’s efforts, to stay away from anything that could create mistrust,” he said.
The minister, who did not name the members he blamed, said they were concerned about the return of troops to their bases, saying they saw it as a ‘covert operation’.
He also called on the public to support the Somali government in ending the violence in Mogadishu, saying they would listen to the people’s grievances.