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Technical committee: The rift between top leaders will not affect the formation of Central Somalia state

Storyline:National News

The technical committee facilitating the proposed administration of Central Somalia declared that the political infighting between the top leaders of Somalia will not affect the creation of the regional state.

Omar Mohamed Mahad Alle, one of the committee said the state formation process is at its final stages as the committee employed positive steps to improve the unity between the peole in the two regions, Galgadud and Mudug.

Mahad Alle stated that the committee has taken meeting with the intellectuals, religious leaders and traditional elders after paying visit to all parts of the two regions.

The administration of Himan and Heb in Central Somalia that is to host the conference has earlier tightened the security of the area as the delegates of the conference reached Adado.

August this year the federal government of Somali and representatives from the central regions of Galgudud and Mudug signed a document that said the region’s leaders would work together to form a new administration comprising of Galgadud and Mudug regions.

The signing of the document has led to the semi-autonomous regional state of Puntland cutting ties with the central government after it learned of a plan to form a new federal state in the centeral Somalia claiming it will include part of the Puntland region.