Southwest State Leader Arrives An Mogadishu for Polls Talks
Southwest State president, Abdiaziz Hassan Laftagareen has today arrived in Mogadishu ahead of talks between the Federal government and its member states. Laftagareen arrived in Mogadishu for the sixth round of electoral talks with the federal government and other regional state leaders. The delegation led by the Southwest leader was welcomed at the airport by officials from the federal government. A Fortnite ago, Jubaland President Ahmed Madobe and his closest ally, the president of Puntland, Sai Abdullahi Deni landed in Mogadishu. The sixth round of electoral talks between leaders of FGS and FMS are set to take place at the Airforce Hangar within Aden Adde Airport in Mogadishu on Monday. With Puntland and Jubbaland leaders insisting the September 17 Agreement re-opened to include the Council of Presidential Candidates (CPC) which comprises 15 presidential candidates, talks may once again fail to yield a concrete agreement. The two leaders also demanded the talks be expanded to include demands by the opposition which include the exit of Famraajo from office and removal of senior security chiefs whom the opposition accused of working at the behest of Famraajo.