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According to Somali officials told Somali Times political war between President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo and Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble, The Governor of Galmudug and Southwest have convinced both sides not to take any further action that could escalate the crisis and have both expressed their concerns.
Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble told Qoor Qoor and Lafta-Gareen that he could only be persuaded to hand over power to Somali spy chief Colonel Yasin Abdullahi Mohamoud the director of NISA, and to bring Female spy double agent Ikran Tahlil case to justice.
Also, President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo argued that Roble was destroying the structure of government, and said that Roble had achieved what he wanted, which was to remove Former Somali spy chief Fahad Yasin from the office.
Talks are expected to resume today, and Lafta Gareen and Qoor Qoor appear to be committed to ending the political crisis between the president and the prime minister.
In the past few hours, the political situation in the country has been calmer than it has been in recent days, but the rift between President Farmajo and Prime Minister Roble remains. Unsolved According sources from the Somali spy agency NISA say Roble working with foreign actors.