Northeastern State Leader Denounces Decisions from National Consultative Council (NCC) Summit

In Garowe, Said Abdullahi Deni, the leader of Northeastern State, expressed his opposition to the decisions made during the recent National Consultative Council meeting in Mogadishu. Deni stated that the meeting lacked consensus and did not benefit the people of Somalia.

Addressing local reporters in Garowe, Deni criticized the few individuals making decisions that do not represent the sentiments of the community. He called the meeting a waste of time and urged for a more sensible approach to address the complex situation in the country.

Deni also raised concerns about the prevailing insecurity in various parts of Somalia and the noticeable differences in opinions among the Somali population. He stressed the importance of uniting the people to work towards a common goal.

The National Consultative Council meeting, led by Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, concluded in Mogadishu after four days. The meeting was attended by federal and regional state leaders who discussed security issues and endorsed amendments to the initial four chapters of the constitution.

The leaders called on parliament to expedite the approval of the remaining chapters in line with previous agreements reached during the National Consultative Council meetings.

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