Politician: Kenya aims taking over the Somali port of Kismayu
STOLKHOLM (Sh. M. Network) - Abdirahman Mohamed Dinari, a Somali politician
has Friday said that the aim of Kenya entered to Somalia was to take over
the port of Kismayu town, the centre Jubba region in southern Somalia where
is currently under the control of Al shabab.
Mr. Dinari who used to be the ambassador of the Transitional Federal
Government of Somalia to Syria said in an interview with local radio that
Kenya did not aimed at helping the transitional government of Somalia and to
fight against al shabaab
He said the Kenyan themselves confirmed the grounds of their troops'
entrance into Somalia assuring there had no other plans that the military
forces of Kenya crossed the border it shares with Somali except taking the
port of Kismayu town.
Mr. Dinari said that Kenya plans to set up railway that connects between
Ethiopia and Sudan in Lamu town of Kenya when it seizes Kismayu town to dig
the petrol of the coasts of Somalia then give to the so called
administration of Azania formed from Kenya.
The official indicated that the Kenyan government had reached the decision
to enter Somalia and seize Kismayu town in 2010 and that the issue was
related to the matters of the sea which the Somali parliament boycotted
earlier pointing out that both the US and France governments were the key
countries supporting Kenya to seize the Somali port.
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