Ali Jeyte, who opposed the dismissal, announced an independent administration
Jun. 18 (Jowhar.com) – The governor of Hiran region, Ali Jeyte Osman, opposed the removal of the president of Hirshabelle administration, Ali Abdullahi Hussein Guudlawe, at midnight last night.
Ali Jeyte, who recently held a press conference for journalists in Beledweyn town, refused to comply with the dismissal, saying that Hirshabelle did not have the power to take the step she took.
Ali Jeyte said that starting today in Hiran region, Hirshabeelle administration has left, on the other hand he called for a big meeting to establish an administration that he named in Hiran state.
He said, “Hiraan does not recognize Hirshabelle”, announcing an administration that he named Hiran State.
However, Jeyte’s position is making the situation in Hiraan region even more difficult, as Ali Guudlawe has taken the step as he said he has separated from his deputy, Yusuf Dabaged, who has the same low regard for the community as the man who was removed from office.
Ali Jeyte, the former governor of Hiran region in Somalia, has refused to comply with his dismissal by the Hirshabelle administration. Jeyte held a press conference in Beledweyn town, where he stated that Hirshabelle did not have the power to remove him from his position.
Jeyte went on to declare that the Hirshabelle administration had left the Hiran region, and he called for a big meeting to establish an administration that he called the Hiran State. He stated that Hiraan does not recognize Hirshabelle, and he announced his own administration for the region.
However, Jeyte’s position has made the situation in the Hiran region even more difficult. Ali Guudlawe has taken steps to separate himself from his deputy, Yusuf Dabaged, who has the same low regard for the community as Jeyte. This has caused further instability in the region, as it is unclear who has the authority to govern.
The Hirshabelle administration has responded to Jeyte’s refusal to comply with his dismissal by stating that they have the power to remove him from his position. They have also expressed their concern over the establishment of a separate administration in the Hiran region, as this could lead to further conflict and division in the area.
The situation in the Hiran region highlights the ongoing political challenges facing Somalia. The country has been plagued by conflict and instability for decades, and the recent developments in the Hiran region serve as a reminder of the fragility of the political situation. It remains to be seen how the situation will develop and whether a peaceful resolution can be reached.