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Mbidde Urges Kenya To Stay In Somalia

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“Whoever thinks taking Kenyan forces to Somalia was uncalled for is majorly naïve; it is not true that Somalis had the capacity to solve their grievances,” Mbidde said.

Mbidde said the warlords in Somalia were clan leaders where each of clan leaders wanted to lead a specific portion of the country and for purposes of creating a country, there was need for dialogue to be over seen by substantive Heads of state such as IGAD and ICGLR.

“Somalia needed all the support; people are forgetting that the formation of the Somali government was done in Kenya and taken to Mogadishu and would not move beyond,” Mbidde said.

Mbidde noted that Somalia needed further dialogues for its settlement adding that the AMISOM forces had not been contemplated to become a substantive fighting force but a peaceful force and it would have remained like that

“Kenya and all the AMISOM forces including Uganda and Burundi are not safe and should quickly conduct expert research information on Al Shabaab and not merely political statements from governments,” the EALA Member warned.

This comes few hours after Kenya announced the end of the three day siege at the Westgate Mall which was attacked by suspected Al Shabaab insurgents on Saturday leading to death of 67 civilians while hundreds sustained injuries.


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