Farmajo can’t lead Somalia, says elder
A Somali traditional elder Abdi Ahmed Ali said presidential candidate Mohamed Abdullah Farmajo has no a stable decisions that he could not lead Somalia to prosperous nation.
“Farmajo is a hasty person and takes decision too quickly. He has no a stable leadership, so that he should not be elected as the president of Somalia in the coming election,” Ali added.
Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo became prime minister in 2011, and stepped down after pressure from IGAD and former president Sharif Sheikh, while he was in office for 8 months.