By M A EGGE
A member of the House of Representatives who also doubles as Vice-chairman of the ruling party’s central committee has strongly opposed the declaration of interest of Mr Gafadi in vying for party’s supreme committee’s which he said is against the goodwill resolutions reached by the conciliatory committee.
Hon. Mohammud Jama Warfaa has termed the candidature of Hassan Gafadhi as a wrong move that negates the unity of the party in addition to contravening the negotiated democracy modeled by the reconciliation commit after bickering and infighting among the top party’s elites.
The parliamentarian while speaking to DMG over the week called upon Gafadhi to reconsider his interest after the later declared interest in the national first Vice chairperson’s positions.
Mr. Warfa feared that if the candidature of Gafadhi is commenced then internal conflicts and renewed bickering would be witnessed to the detriment of party’s unity and cohesiveness.
The National Delegates Conference is schedule to take place from tomorrow the 28 of April 2014 at Maansoor Hotel and elections of positions are not earmarked to feature among the agendas to be tabled in the national convention.
Do not listen to inciters, urges Dilla’s Administrators
Local administration of Dilla District in Awdal region moved strongly to condemn the decision taken by a section of Elders that negates the joint resolutions of regional border demarcation agreed upon in a bid to promote harmonious inter-communal co-existence between the two communities residing in Awdal and Gabiley regions.
Recent administrative borders demarcated for the communities who are at loggerheads over Ged-diqsi area that falls between Gebiley and Awdal regions and is strategically passed by Elberdale road network.
The head of Dilla administration Ibrahim Haji Abdi accompanied by the Deputy Administrator for the District and the District secretary Abdillahi Mohamud Hussein and Arab Abdillahi Obsiye respectively have jointly criticized the stand adopted by communal elders in counteracting the common approach advanced by the administration of Awdal and Gabiley that have amicably resolved grassland dispute between the two warring communities a week earlier.
The chairperson of Dilla administration who was speaking to DMG by phone on Friday from Borama town has termed the elders’ latest move as one amounting to ‘hate speech and incitement of communities that have initially abided to the recommendations of the inter-regional resolutions’.
“The complete about turn taken by sectional communal elders is intended to retrigger communal dispute over pastoral land whose border dispute was earlier resolved by regional administration”, charged Ibrahim Haji Abdi.
Abdi reasoned that the elders were inciting the neighboring communities by criticizing the joint approach taken by regional administration of Awdal and Gabiley that have finalized the differences to the satisfaction of all.
Hussein while commenting on the issue called upon local residents not to listen to elders who use the internet in fuelling discord over an issue whose fate was amicably resolved through mutual consent of all warring factions.