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Demonstrators have condemned as “unfortunate” the government’s involvement in the conflict after dispatching Turkish-trained troops in Galmudug to take part in the 3rd day of fighting in the central city.
The country was marred by recurrent political crises that led to a setback to the state-building efforts and holding a peaceful and time election at the end of Farmajo's term.
On 13 September 2021, Farmajo made another tactic as he set up a team which was headed by Somalia’s Attorney General to investigate the disappearance of the NISA’s cybersecurity expert.
The PM who is in charge of the election and security accused Farmajo of cover-up and hindering efforts by his office to find justice for Ikran Tahlil, the NISA’s cybersecurity expert who was killed by her bosses.
Politicians have previously criticized the Galmudug leader for not playing a positive role in the Farmajo-Roble dispute, and for not mediating between the sides whose relations have reached the lowest point.
The UN and other international partners are unhappy about the worsening dispute between the country's political leaders who are in a deadlock for control.
The outgoing president has taken yet another dangerous measure to create instability and battle over power in the Horn of Africa country.
Uganda was the first East African country to deploy troops under AMISOM into Somalia in March 2007, arrived in Mogadishu, part of it under Al-Shabaab control.
Sources said that the director appointed by Farmajo Yasin Farey is inside the NISA compound under the protection of Eritrean-trained forces.
The two leaders are at loggerheads over the sacking of NISA head Fahad Yasin who was accused of plotting the murder of Ikran Tahlil, the female spy agent.
Keydmedia Online has learned from credible sources within the military that the NSF is now being mobilized and readied to enter Mogadishu.
The political situation in Mogadishu is worsening with each passing hour as Farmajo tries to hold Fahad Yasin in power after dismissal.