PM denies Farmajo’s election advisor’s involvement in his work

Rage has sustained a powerful position in the Villa masterminding harmfully fateful decisions that could be otherwise avoided to save the country from political uncertainty. 

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PM denies Farmajo’s election advisor’s involvement in his work

MOGADISHU, Somalia -- The caretaker Somali PM, Mohamed Hussein Rooble has stood up against a plot made in the Office of the outgoing leader in which Abdi Ali Rage, a close relative of Farmajo, was to transfer to the acting OPM to work with him in the election process.

Rage, a campaign advisor in the upcoming elections for the outgoing president, was previously accused of being the brain behind the extension term and secretly working alongside the Indirect-Electoral Committee nominated by the acting PM late last year.

Rage has sustained a powerful position in the Villa masterminding harmfully fateful decisions that could be otherwise avoided to save the country from political uncertainty. 

Rooble denied Rage involvement in his work to make himself clear ahead of the election conference that is due to take place on May 20.

Driven by the confidence he has gained from the opposition candidates, Rooble has pledged to remain neutral saying nepotism has no place if we are to hold an inclusive election.

They warned him of being distrusted in the process.

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