High delegation led by Somali Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali has on Monday reached Kismayo, the capital administrative of Interim Jubba Administration.
The arrival of the premier comes at a time when some of Somali federal MPs presented motion against the newly formed Jubba parliament which the submitted motion says not being inclusive.
The premier and his delegation were warmly welcomed at the airport by IJA leaders, MPs and traditional elders.
The delegation was escorted to the presidential palace of Jubba administration where the premier Omar is expected to hold talks with the leaders of IJA.
Emerging reports say that the reason behind Omar’s visit is based on how to make review on the newly formed IJa parliament which some of IJA clans did satisfy with its formation.
The IJA leaders and Somali Prime Minister are expected to discuss on the whine about the formation of the regional parliament.
Ahmed Mohamed Islam, IJA leader has casted away the motion against IJA parliament as against the de jure parliament and vowed that his administration will cut ties with federal government if parliament passes motion.