The latest: Farmajo will address parliament tomorrow for a two year extension in office

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A message has been sent to the members of the Somali parliament informing them that President Farmajo will address tomorrow for a two year extension in office of the President of Somalia Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo. The president is expected to travel from Dhusamareb where no agreement has yet been reached between the federal government and regional administrations.

Today, February 5, the president was scheduled to address parliament, but he is scheduled to address parliament tomorrow to provide further details on the situation in the country and in the Dhusamareb conference.

Sources from Villa Somalia told Somali Times that Ahmed Madobe is working with the Kenyan government and foreign agents. Ahmed Madobe kept saying to President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo to remove the Somali National Army from Gedo, which means that Ahmed Madobe is working for Uhuru Kenyatta and foreign actors.