Somalia faces one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world - minister
He was reminded to lead the nation in his own way bearing in mind the rights and obligations that this country owes to him – and that citizens need him now more than ever!
MOGADISHU, Somalia - Somali PM, Mohamed Hussein Rooble was recommended to constitutionally exercise his leadership role and stay true to his value and reputation.
Rooble has had a discussion with the regional leaders of Galmudug and Hirshabelle alongside opposition candidates who were stimulated to save the country from total collapse by calling for election talks and remain steadfast in the state-building process.
The PM has been reportedly enthusiastic to take his role since the unrest began with the outgoing President facing domestic and international pressures calling on him to return to the talks and disown the extension.
He was reminded to lead the nation in his own way bearing in mind the rights and obligations that this country owes to him – and that citizens need him now more than ever.
Among the steps, he is expected to take forward include the announcement of a conference that will be discussed in the current political stalemate and the reforms needed to hold inclusive election and dissolution of his cabinet minister to remove ministers who are closely sided with the outgoing President preferably including Osman Dubbe, Jamal and Hundubey.
The future of the country remains uncertain, seeing the worst election crises in years.
The UK Government has said that these support measures will help half a million people amid the current famine crisis that Somalia is facing.