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Ahlu-Sunna withdraws Adado conference and denounces Somali government

Storyline:National News

Ahlu SunnaThe leader of Somali moderate Islamist group, Ahlu-Sunna Waljamaa, Sheikh Ibrahim Gurre, who was among the signatories to Somali central State formation conference, said that their delegates will vacate the conference within the next 24 hours.
We shall desert the conference because the meeting is not inclusive, Ahlu-Sunna and some clans attending the conference are not satisfied with what is happening in the gathering therefore we are leaving the next twenty hours” he said.
Speaking to Goobjoog News, the leader put blame on Somali minister for internal security, 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”
He highlighted that they will form government in the areas under their control and called for state formation conference.
“We will never accept the outcome of the state conference in Adado” he noted
This comes a day after Somalia’s Minister of Interior and Federalism, Abdurahman Mohamed Hussein has urged moderate Islamist group Ahlu Sunna Waljama’a leaders to withdraw its militias from strategic town of Dhusamareb.
It was 7th this when the fighters from armed group Ahlu Sunnah Wal Jamah has taken over Dhusamareb town from government forces that were controlling the town for the past months.
The fighters moved in to the city without furious resistance from the Somali National Army soldiers who later vacated their bases there.