Somalia’s Jubaland president sends strong warning to his rivals

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KISMAYO, Somalia – Somalia’s southern state of Jubaland president Ahmed “Madobe” Mohamed Islam has sent a strong warning to his rivals, following a disputed poll last month.

Mohamed says he will not accept different regional governments and presidents in the semi-autonomous region.

He said the security of Jubaland is paramount and “our patience will be limited”.

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