President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has been the country’s top leader for three years and seven months, often at odds with his prime minister.
But in the last few months, the two have been at loggerheads over the transition period
President Farmajo was quick to dismiss Kheyre as he did not have a successor at the time as he was a former Prime Minister who worked hard to solve many of his government’s challenges.
Farmajo is said to have nominated a number of candidates to replace former Prime Minister Hassan Ali Kheyre.
First, the nominee fears that he will not be able to implement the criticisms of his government.
2 that he is afraid of the Dhusamareb Conference and that the person he is nominating will take a different view as Kheyre did.
3 that the Prime Minister-designate opposes the extension of his term
4 wants the nominee to be self-directed and self-motivated
5 Lack of trust in the clans he selects
6 that the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) now enacts all the laws it wants
These and many others are hidden from President Farmajo and are said to be blocking the announcement of the Prime Minister