UCID chairman accused IGAD countries of hypocrisy and having destructive motives against the Somali people.
Hargeisa (Somaliland Monitor) – The chairman of the Justice and Welfare Party (UCID) has urged the president and government of Somaliland to take part in the resolution of anarchy in Somalia by first giving the Somali government indirect helping hand with their upcoming presidential elections.
Speaking at meeting the president had with the committee tasked with seeking recognition for Somaliland which Eng. Feisal is a member of, he said “ Mr. president I would advise that we get involved and give a helping hand to Somalia, Djibouti, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and the US which are assisting them with the elections but it is for us that their situation affects the most as they are our immediate neighbours, as such i believe that we are obliged to support them in making sure that they have a credible election.”
The UCID chairperson accused IGAD countries of hypocrisy and having destructive motives against the Somali people saying that they don’t want to see a thriving and peaceful Somali territories and that they want to maintain the current status qou of anarchy “ IGAD countries have come to the conclusion that Somaliland should remain in a limbo, Somalia should further go in to anarchy and defragmentation and that serves their best interests,” Said UCID chairperson.
Eng.Faysal emphasized that Somalia and its people are desperate for a positive intervention from the government of Somaliland since IGAD intervention is one that aims to perpetuate the state of doom rather than stabilization of the country, Eng. Faysal Ali Warabe has well called for and advised the leaders of Somalia to galvanize their best efforts in resolving their issues and getting their people under one roof so they can avoid what some states in the region are seeking which is to create ungovernable fiefdoms that ultimately ends the existence of Somalia, he also warned them of galvanizing their efforts in to getting Somaliland back under the wing of Somalia as he urged the Somali government officials that their best interest lie in establishing friendly and brotherly relations with Somaliland.
Source: The Republican