In statement issued by Ahlu-Sunna, The group’s Deputy chairman for Dhusa-Mareb, Sheikh Ali Warsame said that the court will start operating on 27th this month
The group has seized the town earlier this month after it engaged gun battle with somali government forces which later withdrew the town.
Currently, Somali federal government is in talks with Ahlu-Sunna which vowed to form independent regional state.
On 10th this month, Somali moderate Islamist group, declared that its delegates would vacate the conference within 24 hours.
Speaking to Goobjoog News, its leader Sheikh Ibrahim Gurre, who was among the signatories to Somali central State formation conference put blame on Somali minister for internal affairs, Abdirahman Odawaa.
“The internal minister is a naive young boy who is new in the political arena so i have no answer for him” he said.
He added that they do not recognize the government “this government is not representing us”