Al shabab says Kampala meeting ended failure

Hussein Ali Fidow, the head of policy and regions in Somalia has told reporters that the meeting wrapped up in Kampala recently concluded unsuccessful calling for the African Union troops AMISOM to leave from the country.


Kampala meeting is an example for the Somali people that the country is managed by Uganda. It is clear for the Somali people and the international community that Kampala meeting for the Somalia was aimed to coerce the Prime Minister Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed to step down and was forced lastly, because Uganda has more plans from Somalia,” said Mr. Fidow


The official said that the Somali people did not know the two Sharifs as government indicating that they know their religion and goals reiterating his call to Uganda and Burundi to withdraw their forces from the Somali capital Mogadishu.


The statement of al shabab comes shortly after both the speaker of the parliament Sharif Hassan Sheik Aden and president Sharif disagreed meeting they held in the presidential palace in Mogadishu that was supposed to be appointed the new Prime Minister of Somalia.


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