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Afgoye DC orders IDPs to vacate government buildings

Storyline:National News

The administration of Afgoye district has given stern warning the inhabitants of some of IDPs in the town to leave the former premises of the Somali government.

Speaking to Goobjoog News, Afgooye district commissioner, Abdikani Yussuf Ahmed said that the administration is carrying out efforts rebuild the government buildings which are currently occupied by internally displaced people.

“Nobody owns government buildings, I am hereby telling the inhabitants of those places to leaves compound as soon as possible, the administration of Afgooye has placed a caveat emptor on those places and if anyone spent their money on those areas they have to admitted losses at their own risk” he said.

Specifying the occupied areas Abdikani said that their administration wants the district’s stadium, house for the government’s civil servants and the slaughterhouse of the town to be vacated.

Somali government has earlier forcefully evacuated hundreds of families living in government buildings from their houses in many town including the capital city, Mogadishu after the families turn deaf ears to the orders.

After the fall of Somali central government in 1990, the government institutions were looted and many important documentaries were distorted. Many IDP families use the building for housing.