16/01/09 (B482) Shabelle / Le Maire de Mogadiscio et le nouveau Gouverneur élu de la région de Banadir affirment que l’accord de paix de Djibouti a été interrompu ou sérieusement bouleversé, car les forces de l’UA ne sont pas venues remplacer les troupes éthiopiennes. Mogadishu governor says ‘Djibouti peace deal was disrupted’ (En Anglais)

The newly elected governor of Banadir region, Mohamed Osman Ali (Dhagah tuur) has held a press conference in Mogadishu and said that the Djibouti peace deal has been disrupted by what he called unknown groups on Thursday.

Mr. Dhagah-tuur, Mayor of Mogadishu and governor of Banadir region has said in the press conference he held in his home in Mogadishu that the Djibouti agreement has failed adding that unknown groups those were not part of the Djibouti peace deal have taken control of the Somali capital Mogadishu.

 »The promise was to replace the vacated bases of the Ethiopian troops to a joint forces of AU peace keeping (AMISOM), ARS and TFG but it did not happen so far., »Dhagah-tuur said.

Mr. Dhagah-tuur has lastly requested from the international community to interfere the current problems of Somalia so as to keep the security and reiterated that unfamiliar groups have seized the capital and bases where the Ethiopian troops moved.

The statement of the governor Mr. Dhagah-tuur comes by a time Islamist forces loyal to the United Islamic Courts took over the control most of the Somali capital Mogadishu.