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Farmajo Addresses the nation

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8 minutes ago, galbeedi said:

The election always exposes everything behind the curtain. That is why we were saying hold the election and compete. Farmaajo has given a 15 member opposition to create chaos in his watch while calling the election would have pitted them against each other. 

 

If there is a silver lining in this mess , daah fur baa.dhacay, everyone can now see how they whole country is not free,  Somalia is under hidden colonial seige. And now obvious for everyone to see.

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2 minutes ago, maakhiri1 said:

If there is a silver lining in this mess , daah fur baa.dhacay, everyone can now see how they whole country is not free,  Somalia is under hidden colonial seige. And now obvious for everyone to see.

Even " Barakacayaasha" in the media are paid. I have never seen a well calculated and open sabotage of a government by foreign forces.

Some even released statements just minutes after the reporting of the first bullet. This is probably the new game stopping China for coming in the Red Sea region.

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Apophis   

Farmajo will not sign anything without him having a significant advantage over other candidates.

If he was so sure and confident he will win he would have agreed to relinquish, just like Hassan Sheikh, state institution and not use them to rig the election in his favour.

cbb tell us he is so popular, if that is true, why add NISA agents to election agency? His deputy chief of staff is a member of the election board!

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How can the other candidate expect to have a fair election when the president is rigging in such an obvious manner.

 

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10 minutes ago, galbeedi said:

Even " Barakacayaasha" in the media are paid. I have never seen a well calculated and open sabotage of a government by foreign forces.

Some even released statements just minutes after the reporting of the first bullet. This is probably the new game stopping China for coming in the Red Sea region.

Why don’t you have a little sympathy sxb. 

Support your president but don’t go full retard and see enemies everywhere.

 

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27 minutes ago, Apophis said:

Why don’t you have a little sympathy sxb.

It is time to move on. 

Apophis dagaalku waa dhamaade fadhiiso.

Let the chip where they may and hold the elections.

 

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1 hour ago, galbeedi said:

It is time to move on. 

Apophis dagaalku waa dhamaade fadhiiso.

Let the chip where they may and hold the elections.

 

Alright peace. We can both agree on that.

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The full hadaljeedin in afka Ingiriiska:

Muqdisho - (SONNA) - Tonight, I wish to address the Somali people, who have shown grave concern with regards to the current political situation and the future of the country.

As we have repeatedly stated, we have always been ready to implement timely and peaceful elections in the country. But unfortunately, our efforts were hampered by individuals, and foreign entities who have no aim other than to destabilize the country and take it back to the era of division and destruction in order to create a constitutional vacuum.

As a government, we have always been ready to implement, without any preconditions, national elections that are based on 17 September 2020 agreement, and the16 February 2021 Baidoa Technical Committee recommendations.

I would like to commend the efforts of H.E. the Prime Minister, and the Presidents of Galmudug, Hirshabeele, Southwest State and the Governor of Banadir Regional Administration towards peace and welcome the statements they issued on elections.

In order to successfully hold elections that are based on the above-mentioned agreement and recommendations, I would like to firstly call on all parties in Somalia to refrain from any and all actions that could lead to widespread instability in the country, including the politicization of the security forces, creating social divisions and the destruction of public property.

Distinguished Fellow Somalis, 

The undeniable truth is that you have always stood by your government and continue to do so. You have demonstrated patience, maturity and patriotism.

When I was elected as your President, you marched out of your homes to support this historic victory. You deserve a government that further strengthens that vigorous sense of patriotism.

In reality, we will never allow the Somali people to fall into further destruction and displacement. Therefore, I call upon the parties organizing unrest, including politicians who were recently holding prominent political positions and are now aiming to assume public positions through chaos, to refrain from such acts.

The last few days have given people clear indication of who harbors good or evil intentions. We have seen the clear distinction between those who cause displacement and those who saved lives. Instead of becoming ones who caused displacement, we chose to save lives.

Political interests will end, but this land and this flag are eternal, and they must come before all of our other interests. We are also cognizant to the fact that it is our solemn duty to prevent any threat to stability and peace.

We have defeated numerous outside influences that have invested significant financial and human resources in order to undermine our country’s development and serve their own interests.

We refuse to allow our youth to be used as tools that destroy the lives and properties of Somali people.

Tonight, the Somali people will be able to distinguish between those who are working to prevent elections and destroy national institutions, from those who are championing peace, nationhood and the unity of the Somali people.

My fellow citizens, tonight, you will bear witness to those who seek to grab power through bloodshed and those who are willing to transition power through votes.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

As President, I am entrusted with upholding the constitution and have the duty to reconcile the previously reached political agreements with the latest Law passed by the House of the people. Therefore, I have decided to appear before the members of the House of the People of the Federal Parliament on Saturday to gain their endorsement for the  electoral process that as agreed upon between the Federal Government, the Heads of Federal Member States and the Governor of BRA.

The Federal Government of Somalia has always believed, and still sees dialogue, compromise, negotiation and the return to the discussion table as the only viable options, while honoring the 17 September 2020 agreement and the recommendations of the Baidoa Technical Committee.

I hereby call upon all of the signatories of the 17 September agreement to come together immediately for urgent discussions on the unconditional implementation of the above-mentioned agreement.

Finally, I urge all security agencies to maintain the stability of the Capital and the safety of innocent civilians, avoiding any actions that may lead to insecurity. I also urge the Somali people to support the armed forces in this regard.

May Allah lead us towards the righteous path.

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The United States notes President Farmaajo’s April 28 commitment to return to the September 17 election agreement and resume talks immediately with Federal Member State leaders. We call on the President and Parliament to act swiftly to annul the April 12 mandate extension bill.

We commend Prime Minister Roble and the Federal Member State leaders for rejecting a mandate extension. We urge Somalia’s national and Federal Member State leaders to meet immediately to finalize a consensus-based electoral model and hold parliamentary and presidential elections as soon as possible on the basis of the September 17 agreement. All leaders must set aside their political aspirations and differences for the good of the Somali people and negotiate in good faith without preconditions and with a willingness to compromise.

We also call on Somalia’s security forces and all armed groups to stand down and allow political dialogue to resume in an atmosphere free from violence and intimidation. Continuing conflict will only serve to worsen conditions for the people of Somalia.

 

https://www.state.gov/return-to-election-negotiations/

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On 4/28/2021 at 1:14 AM, galbeedi said:

It is a okay speech. The first one in four years. 

He should have made this speech February 8 and explain to people why the term expired without agreement.

Anyway, better late than never.

The main points: 

It was good to reassure the public and reject any moves both from the government and opposition to create any displacement of the innocent public. I think the opposition should welcome this gesture and accept his invitation without conditions.

Yet, his speech on the election dispute is unclear. 

Signing the Sep 17 agreement without conditions will not fly among the opposition now.

I have to see how the parliament  amends the two year extension. Do they have make it six months or withdraw the whole thing?.  Does the parliament willing total defeat and scrap the whole thing?

I am waiting the answers of the opposition on these issues. Since they have the upper hand at the moment they might demand total surrender.

I urge you, Mr. president  to accept their conditions and sign them.

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i rewatched the speech, thinking I judge too quickly on first listening.

My conclusion is that he really is an egotistical snake, more concerned with his looks than the republic. 
 

He really is awful. I hope Rooble does to him what he did to so many others.

We also hope the actual tumour in Villa Somalia (Fahad Yasin), the poison cloud is dealt with. Nothing will change as long as that person holds any power in Somalia.

I will go as far as to say the next regime must permanently exile him from Somalia. Let him stay with his arabs.

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Apophis   

Here is an old clip I found of him speaking normally and without prompting. 

Something must have happened to him.

 

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12 hours ago, Apophis said:

Here is an old clip I found of him speaking normally and without prompting. 

Something must have happened to him.

 

Must be cabsida badan he has for HAG that changed him kkkk

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16 hours ago, Apophis said:

i rewatched the speech, thinking I judge too quickly on first listening.

My conclusion is that he really is an egotistical snake, more concerned with his looks than the republic. 
 

He really is awful. I hope Rooble does to him what he did to so many others.

We also hope the actual tumour in Villa Somalia (Fahad Yasin), the poison cloud is dealt with. Nothing will change as long as that person holds any power in Somalia.

I will go as far as to say the next regime must permanently exile him from Somalia. Let him stay with his arabs.

I guess any subsequent government can exile whoever  they don't like..

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1 hour ago, Che -Guevara said:

I guess any subsequent government can exile whoever  they don't like..

That is true but that man is responsible for farmajo’s downfall.

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7 minutes ago, Apophis said:

That is true but that man is responsible for farmajo’s downfall.

It doesn't matter. The responsibility still falls on Farmaajo since he's the head od the state.

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2 minutes ago, Che -Guevara said:

It doesn't matter. The responsibility still falls on Farmaajo since he's the head od the state.

I wonder, what do you think of Roble as a neutral third party candidate. 

Perhaps Galbedi can also weigh in. 
 

I would support Roble if he stands (perhaps he will make Farmajo as his PM, Putin style, which will be interesting).

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