24 October 2011

Somalia: Ahlu Sunna Accuses Govt of Not Helping Central Regions People

Dhusamareb — The moderate Sufi group of Ahlu Sunna Waljama on Monday accused the transitional federal government of Somalia of not helping the people living in central Somalia regions.

Speaking to Shabelle Media Network, Sheikh Mohamed Yusuf Hefow, the executive chairman of Ahlu Sunna Waljama said that the government did give any educational, medical heath care or humanitarian support to the central regions.

He said the students in central Somalia regions where is partially controlled by Ahlu Sunna did get the scholarships Turkish government donated Somalis.

Hefow added that they have several occasions requested the government to help those people.

He called on again the government to live up its duties and assist its people wherever they are.

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