The prime minister of the TFG Nor Adde has announced that him and the president have agreed to establish new administration for Mogadishu.
Adde added that under their agreement Mohamed Omar Habeb Mohamed Dhere who has been dismissed by him as the mayor of Mogadishu would not be return to his position.
The two men have returned to Baidoa town on Wednesday after days of reconciliation talks in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.
We had in agreement each other to end the dispute between us in Addis Ababa Adde on his side said.
The security of the town was highly tightened by Ethiopian backed Somali troops as well the troops have stopped up civilian vehicles in the town.
The arrival of these officials comes as the two top leaders the PM and the president will stand before the parliament those geared up frenzied motions against them.
No further details on how the top Somali leaders solved their differences are available during their attendance in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.
Relations between President Abdullahi Yusuf and Premier Hussein Nur Adde were soured when Mr yusuf revoked prime minister’s decision to fire Mogadishu mayor Mohamed Dheere for allegedly fuelling insecurity in the city.
« We are very much happy that we have solved our differences. We now have the same view on the responsibilities we have to fulfill, » Mr Hussein said.
The rift between two leaders has threatened to derail Djibouti ceasefire agreement signed with the opposition in June.
President Yusuf said agreement includes, among others, transitional federal charter, the form of finance and administrative institutions as well secure sectors of Somalia, further expressing his hope that an agreement would be an ideal instrument to create peace and stability in Somalia.