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ASWJ blames FGS of agreements revoke, threats to defend its territory

Storyline:National News, Security

Sheikh Shakir Ali Hassan, a leader of Ahlu Sunna, accused the federal government of withdrawing from the agreement and deployed more troops to Dhuusamreeb the capital administration of Galmudug state.

In a statement on late Tuesday Alhusunna leader, Sheikh Shakir responding to the recent deployment of federal forces in Dhusamareb has blamed the Federal government or violating all agreements.

Sheikh Shaakir called on the group’s followers to defend their territory accusing the government of sending troops led by former Al-Shabaab’ leaders.

Meanwhile, the Minister of Interior, Federalism and reconciliation, Abdi Mohamed Sabriye who spoke to Dhusamareb community said that the Somali government did not withdraw on any of the 10 articles signed by the federal government and Ahlu Sunna.

Minister Abdi Mohamed Sabriye says that the federal government is striving to bring Galmudug state to an inclusive regional government.

The federal government of Somalia and Ahlu Sunna made agreements on July 2019 signed by the Minister of Interior, Federalism and reconciliation and the leader of Ahlu Sunnah leader Sheikh Mohamed Shakir Ali Hassan.

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