Monday, September 17, 2012

Ismail Omar Gelle and Ethiopia’s new Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn have arrived in Somalia’s capital,

MGADISHU[]   The Djiboutian President Ismael Omar Gelle and his high-ranking delegation were received at Aden Abdulle International Airport in Mogadishu by senior Somali Government officials and Djiboutian troops who are part of the African Union Peacekeeping Mission in Somalia(AMISOM).
Hon. Ismael Omar Gelle is taking part the inauguration ceremony of Somalia’s newly elected President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud on Sunday, September 16, 2012.
Similarly, Turkish deputy prime minister Baker Bozdag landed in the capital on Sunday,to  attend the handing over ceremony where the newly elected Hassan Sheikh Mahamoud will be formally crowned as the new president of Somalia.
A number of other delegates and world leaders, mostly from east African countries,presidents of Sudan, Djibouti, Uganda, and Kenya are also in Mogadishu for the same reason, the inauguration ceremony of Somali president.
Ethiopia’s new Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, who survived a vote by the ruling party over the weekend and was announced as the official representative of the party, arrived in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu on Sunday for talks with Ethiopia’s neighbor.
Sources close to the PM confirmed to that the new prime minister would take part in the inauguration ceremony of Somalia’s new president in the capital.
Other reports said that delegations from the United States, Europe, the African Union and Arab countries are to be in the country for the inauguration of a president in Somalia for the first time in four decades.
The presidents of Sudan, Djibouti, Uganda, and Kenya are expected to arrive also, a source said.Somalia’s parliament elected Hassan Sheikh Mohamed as Somali President on September 10.
Ethiopia is accused of political involvement in Somalia for the last 20 years and arming the warlords in Somalia.
Ethiopia sent its troops into Somalia to oust Islamist groups controlling southern Somalia In late 2006 and currently, Ethiopian troops are in Somalia, region of, Hiiraan, Bay and Bakool.
Somalia central government collapsed in 1991 civil war, after Mohamed Siyad Barre is ousted by opposition forces and last 8 years Somalia formed a transitional government that ended with the last election.

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Prof. Muse Tegegne has lectured sociology Change &  Liberation  in Europe, Africa and Americas. He has obtained  Doctorat es Science from the University of Geneva.   A PhD in Developmental Studies & ND in Natural Therapies.  He wrote on the  problematic of  the Horn of  Africa extensively. He Speaks Amharic, Tigergna, Hebrew, English, French. He has a good comprehension of Arabic, Spanish and Italian.