MP Abdullahi Kulane, Somalia’s former Deputy Chief of Staff, once again accuses President Hassan Sheikh of failing the nation, failing the army, and failing the war against al-Shabaab.
The MP on a post on his X today writes, “Two years in office, HSM has little to show except for a string of failures. The war on Al-shabab has failed. Somali National Army( SNA) is dismantled. Politically, the country is divided more than ever.”
Already facing tough criticism for appointing an inexperienced secessionist as Somalia’s top diplomat to the separatist supporting nation of the UK, the MP continued to criticize President Hassan Sheikh for his lack of taking any counter measures against Ethiopia’s aggression against the unity and the territorial integrity of the nation, and he writes, “No concreate measures have been taken to address the recent aggression from Ethiopia. President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud is flying around the world with empty talks and coming back with nothing tangible while locally busy beating war drums from the Villa Mosque on Friday Sermon.”
Two years in office, HSM has little to show except for a string of failures.
The war on Al-shabab has failed. Somali National Army( SNA) is dismantled.
Politically, the country is divided more than ever.
No concreate measures have been taken to address the recent aggression…
— Abdullahi Aden Kulane (@Abdulkullane) February 9, 2024
On the continuous illegal public eviction and subsequent public uprising against the President’s alleged corruption, nepotism and land grabbing by associates and relatives of the President, the MP accuses the administration of corruption at its peak in the country and the President and his associates of being on a spree to loot as many land plots and public properties as they could lay their hands on.
The MP continues that President Hassan Sheikh’s failures have neither a ceiling nor a floor, and that “In the face of all the glaring failures and crises, the President is now attempting to divert attention by pushing to change the constitution on his own, without consensus from the Somali people.”
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