Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, which has been making peace for the past few years, now appears to be facing a crisis after it was revealed that President Farmajo wanted to extend his term by two years.
Last night, there was a great deal of fear after the closure of Danwadaagaha Road without any explanation as to why the road was closed.
Tribal meetings are taking place in the city as each tribe considers the impending catastrophic changes.
The fears stem from suspicions that Farmajo’s government intends to implement an indefinite extension.
A senior security official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told dayniile.com that he was concerned about the situation and that the country was in danger if the threat from the Somali capital, Mogadishu, was not addressed.
The international community has been called upon to intervene in the threat posed by President Farmajo