Mahiga in Mogadishu, applauses government amid of deadly attacks

By IAfrica
In Somali
May 28th, 2014

Mogadishu (Somalicurrent) – Former Special Representative of United Nations Secretary-General for Somalia Agustine Mahiga has paid visit to Somalia where he had a meeting with Somali Federal government Prime Minister Abdiweli Gas.

Agustine Mahiga likewise praised government’s achievement and progress in the sides of peace, development and stabilization.

Speaking about his aim in visiting to Somalia capital Mogadishu told country’ national media, “In my visit to Mogadishu one year after I left and 2 years after the end of the transitional government ended I want to return her Mogadishu again and again. I want to observe the progress made. Yes there is a progress achieved in many sides. My aim was similarly to greet all Somali people where ever they are, inside or outside the country.”

Former Special Representative of United Nations Secretary-General for Somalia thanks to Somali Federal government, armed forces, African Peacekeeping Forces, United Nations and partners in their support to Somali in the sides of peace and development.

Mahiga’s praise on the Somali federal government is coming in a time Mogadishu based government has a failed to fully regain the security disorder of its controlled cities and halt Al-Qaeda affliated group’s suicide bomb and gun fire attacks. Alshabab has launched successfully callous and terror attacks on government institutions where dozens of people were killed during the last 2 weeks.

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