Somalia: IGAD says forming administration for Jubba regions will be finished by December
Nairobi (RBC) The intergovernmental authority on development (IGAD) has on Friday announced that the establishment of an administration for Jubba regions of southern Somalia will be finished by December this year. Officials say,
An officer who spoke on behalf of IGAD said that there are currently consultations among the Somali officials and other frontline states interested Somali issues on the formation of a functioning administration for Kismayu and across Jubba regions.
The international communities are currently bushing and pressuring the completion and establishing of the previously announced semi-autonomous of Jubba-land.
IGAD has scheduled the establishment of this administration to be lastly finished on December this year.
IGAD is planning to hold a summit of inaugurating the leaders of JUBBA LAND administration in Kenya and they called on all the Somali politicians who nationally from Jubba regions to attend in the summit.
This comes after on Friday was announced an interim local administration was established for the port city of Kismayo by the allied forces that will be working until a permanent administration will be formed across Jubba regions.
The formation of this administration for Jubba regions is strongly backed by Kenyan government and other neighboring countries.
President Hassan sheikh Mohamed who on Thursday returned to home after attending Ugandas jubilee fete and met with several African head of states during his visit in Uganda including Mwai Kibaki of Kenya did not comment on the Issue of forming administration for Kismayu and Jubba regions.