Somalia’s Govt additional troops to Galmudug amid high tension

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MOGADISHU, somalia – The federal of African nation has deployed further forces to central city on Mon to bolster the safety amid high tension, ax reports.

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A plane carrying special police personnel left national capital and landed early in the morning at Dhusamareb strip, after once the govt troops have taken full management of the town from Ahlu sunna militias.

On Sunday, Somali forces taken over Guri-El police headquarters following the withdrawal of the Sufi fighters who are facing pressure from national capital at hand over power prior to the region’s controversial election.

Speaking to the local media, Somalia’s minister of Interior, Abdi Mohamed Sabriye defendant the Ahlu-Sunna group of attempting to paralyze Federal Government’s efforts to create a new administration for Galmudug.

The rising perplexity comes as Ahlu sunna militias were expected to be integrated into the national army, as well as the military, police, intelligence and guardian corps within a year under a touch upon the FGS.

The roots of Galmudug’s crisis are complicated, however the present rift stems from mediations in 2017 between the Galmudug state leaders and Ahlu sunna Wal Jama (ASWJ), command under the auspices of IGAD.

The Dec agreement was supported a power-sharing arrangement, attractive ASWJ partly by permitting its leader sheikh mohammed Shakir to become chief minister.

ASWJ is responsible for kicking the extremist group Al-Shabaab from most elements of the central regions.

Galmudug state President Ahmed Dualle Geelle Haaf blame the federal for what he termed as interference and frustration of its efforts at adaptive with the moderate Moslem group.

Somalia is facing however political crisis with Puntland and Jubaland states resolved to suspend relations with the central government, citing a scarcity of political, security progress and officious with regional problems.

Analysts say the resolutions are the most recent political blow by the central government that is attempting to partner with the international community to stabilize the Horn of Africa nation and defeat Al-Shabaab.

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