President Uhuru Kenyatta and KDF members. Source/KDF The ongoing row between Kenya and Somalia has intensified following the latest development in the Horn of Africa nation. Somalia has already cut ties with Nairobi and declared Kenya virtual enemy territory for allegedly meddling in its internal affairs. President Mohamed Farmaajo has given Kenya diplomats in his country until coming Sunday to leave and also asked Somali diplomats in Nairobi to return to Mogadishu. President Farmaajo at a past event. Source/Goobjoog
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Fear has engulfed Galmudug's capital, Dhusamareb after suspected Al-Shabaab motor shells rained in the town a few hours after the arrival of top leaders including the president and the Prime Minister. According to media reports which emerged as from 12 am on Tuesday, the terrorists targeted the town a few hours after the arrival of the two leaders The town is hosting a meeting between federal and regional leaders oncoming elections. President Mohamed Farmaajo and his PM Mohamed Hussein Roble arrived in the
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday joined other Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) states leaders in Djibouti for a special meeting which discussed several matters, including unity of in the region. Top international journalist has reacted to one of the photos that were taken during the meeting. Ugandan author-cum journalist Charles Onyango-Obbo has taken to social media to raised questions why some leaders in the meeting were not wearing face masks. As one way of curbing the spread of COVID-19,
Somalia under president Mohamed Farmaajo is slowly making great strides towards stability as it makes deliberate steps towards achieving national stability in various sectors of the economy. The Somalia education sector is one that is relatively in its formative stages having attempted to introduce free primary education program last year which proved to be a failure, may be because it was too early for the economy to sustain such a cost intensive program. The issue of salaries for teachers has been a matter
Senator Millicent Omanga and President Uhuru Kenyatta. Source/Daily Post Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga has differed with some leaders allied to Deputy President William Ruto on the issue of the ongoing row between Kenya and Somalia. Unlike fellow Tanga Tanga leaders, Omanga threw her weight behind President Uhuru Kenyatta and stand firm in the talks with President Mohamed Farmaajo over the current diplomatic conflict between Nairobi and Mogadishu. "Stand your ground your excellency Uhuru Kenyatta. Don't
President Mohamed Farmaajo has hinted at term extension in his address at parliament today noting there will be no power vacuum in the country until new leadership is elected. Addressing the Lower House Saturday after returning with no deal from Dhusamareb, Farmaajo said there will be no vacuum at the presidency but threw the ball to parliament to guide the remainder of the electoral process. “Parliament has the authority to determine the future of this country but there will be no power vacuum,” the president
The Somalian government under president Mohamed Farmaajo is making spirited effort to lead Somalia to the top after many years of political instability. For many decades, the Somalia society has been grappling with spells of political instability occasioned by the presence of militant group Al shabaab which has been fighting to topple the Mogadishu regieme and effect Islamic rule in Somalia. That is why the AMISOM ( African mission in Somalia) has been key in assisting president Farmaajo's government to ragain
President Uhuru Kenyatta and former KDF boss. Source/Nation A section of Kenyan leaders have left many in shock after they defended Somalia in the ongoing diplomatic conflict between Mogadishu and Nairobi. Somalia on Monday cut ties with Kenya for what it termed as Nairobi's constant, blatant interference with Somali sovereignty. Hours later, the government of President Mohamed Farmaajo deployed Somalia National Army (SNA) to the common border with Kenya, and asked Kenya diplomats in Mogadishu to return to Nairobi
Last week on Sunday, Somaliland President Muse Bihi paid President Uhuru Kenyatta a three day visit amidst a diplomatic crisis between Kenya and Somalia. It was a visit that infuriated Somalia to the point of announcing that it'll be cutting diplomatic ties with Kenya with immediate effect. A week after those events, the Somali President Mohamed Farmaajo and his Kenyan counterpart met face to face today on Sunday in Djibouti for the 38th extraordinary summit to discuss regional peace and security issues. In
Somalia is well known for it's political instability in Africa.Somalia's government under President Mohamed Farmaajo is making an effort to lead Somalia to the top after the many years of political instability. For many years,the Somalia government has been struggling with political instability due to the presence of Al-Shabaab militia group which has been fighting to topple the Mogadishu regieme and effect Islamic rule in the country. Troops from the Somalia National Army 27th division have protested against
The tension that has been building up between Kenya and Somalia could end soon after what unfolded in Djibouti during the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) summit on Sunday. The tension was high on Sunday after Somalia started deploying forces along her border with Kenya over dangerous fallout between the two countries. The latest development has revealed President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Somalia counterpart Mohamed Farmaajo settled on resuming talks to end the fallout that was affecting the two
Two of President Uhuru Kenyatta's high profile meetings have suffered a major hit over the Covid-19 outbreak. One meeting was due to happen today, March 15, in Mombasa to discuss issues on border security cooperation and the second was a trip to the Vatican City in Rome, Italy, from March 10 to 14 where it was expected he would have met with Pope Francis. According to reports, the President was to meet the Pope to discuss among other things, the diplomatic relations between Kenya and the Vatican, in which w
Somalia’s parliament on Saturday approved the electoral model reached last week by President Mohamed Farmaajo and leaders from the five federal states, paving the way for an indirect election. Some 255 MPs from both Houses of the federal parliament had gathered in Mogadishu to discuss whether to endorse an agreement reached a week ago, which guaranteed a delegate voting system in the coming elections. The agreement was approved with 252 MPs voting for it while one voted against it. Two legislators abstained.
Somalia external Debt's are set to be written off if the East African country stays commited in reforming it's economy. President Farmaajo in a past event Somalia's debt which stood at $5.2 Billion dropped to $3.7Billion after IMF and World Bank approved Somalia's debt relief. The debt is set to be written off completely in the next three years if the Government strives to rejuvenate the economy of the country. Somalia's finance ministry is headed by Abdirahman Duale who has been since applauded by scholar'