Somali president attends 62nd independence ceremony in Mogadishu

Mogadishu  – Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and his Prime Minister Hamza Abdi Barre attended the celebration of Somalia’s 62nd anniversary of independence in Mogadishu final evening.

Speaking often, Mohamud stated the issues that had crippled the Somali authorities since independence had been primarily the consequence of the Somali folks’s frustration and mistrust of their authorities. He careworn the significance of fixing these issues and the federal government’s precedence to unite the Somali folks and discover options to present issues.

“This nation has had many issues because it turned impartial, however these within the north had been probably the most outrageous, and that’s what we’re nonetheless attempting to seek out a resolution to for greater than 30 years. We are nonetheless combating to revive belief among the many folks. and recuperate utterly, he stated.

The president added that probably the most satisfying expertise they will take away from that is defending the sentiments of the Somali folks and avoiding hurting them. ”

Somalia’s southern provinces gained independence from Italy in 1960 after years of battle. The northern areas, now Somaliland, gained independence from Britain on June 26, 1960, and united 4 days later with the South and turned the Republic of Somalia.

“June 26 is Somalia’s real Independence Day; July 1st is Unity Day,” he stated, including that the nation is on target for self-sufficiency and growth.

This yr’s independence celebrations coincided as Somalia confronted the worst drought in 40 years. The president stated the results of the drought have put the nation in a difficult state of affairs and referred to as on the Somali folks to assist the federal government in its efforts to assist these affected by the drought.

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