MOGADISHU (TF.SF) – Some of Somali transitional federal parliament members on Thursday described the invitation letter of Augustine Mahiga, UN special envoy for Somalia, as humiliation and disgrace.
Awad Ahmed Hasharo, Somali MP, said that the invitation letter is written that Somali leaders can’t remain united as well as they can’t resolve their internal disagreements.
He accused Mahiga of trying to create conflict and disagreements in Somali people who tired from 20 years of civil war.
Also, Abdi Hashi Abdullahi, another Somali MP, said that UN envoy wants to divide Somalis into kinfolk after already splitting into tribes and sub-clan.
He charged that Mahiga would like to create long-term process by creating confilict in Somalis to get more money.
Augustine Mahiga, the United Nations special representatives for Somalia on Wednesday reached at the Somali capital Mogadishu, having closed door meeting with Somalia’s top officials.
After meeting with Somali president Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, the speaker of the parliament and the prime minister, Mahiga held a joint news conference in Mogadishu with Somali premier, saying that he invited Somalia’s top TFG officials to attend a meeting on Somalia that will be held in Nairobi, Kenya.
“I came to Mogadishu to bring invitation to the president, the prime minister and the speaker to the forth-coming consultative meeting which will be held in Nairobi later this month” Mahiga said in joint press conference with Somali premier in the seaside Mogadishu.