Somali PM hits back after being accused of unfairness

Rooble has asked them to rest assured and stay faithful to his words saying the elections will take place in the country and the process to hold is ongoing.

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Somali PM hits back after being accused of unfairness

MOGADISHU, Somalia -- The caretaker Somali PM, Mohamed Hussein Rooble has responded to the statement issued by the opposition candidates union in which they voiced great concern over the serious engagement of Rooble in the implementation of what had been agreed upon.

The statement that was later understood that candidates divided over its release says that PM Rooble engaged in trips that could be avoidable and that, he is still being held hostage by the outgoing leader, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo.

Rooble has asked them to rest assured and stay faithful to his words saying the elections will take place in the country and the process to hold is ongoing.

“The conference I announced on 20 May 2021 will be the answer for those seeking to have confidence in how we are to manage things,” he said.

Since the outgoing leader handed over the responsibility and security maintenance of the upcoming election to the acting PM, the pressures and the outrages coming from the candidates ceased looking forward to Rooble to see him take the leading role.

The regional state leaders alongside the Banadir region administration spearheaded by Rooble will be meeting for the first time without the physical presence of Farmaajo on 20 May.

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