Waagacusub.net -The new Somali government under the president Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo is loosing credibility after high expectation that the new administration will be free from corruption or radical religious grouping that destroyed the furtive of Somalia.
Neither the president nor the Premier he appointed, Hassan Ali Khaire, are in the process of selecting the new cabinet but a political hawker who transport corruption money from the Muddle East is solely choosing the cabinet in Nairobi.
The Hawker, who is called Fahad Yasiin, brought most of the cash from Iran and other dubious sources that brought Farmajo to power.
Fahad is famous in vote buying and how to corrupt parliamentarians that appointed Farmajo on 8 February.
His new team are former members of Al Itihad Al Islam who later founded the active terrorist group of Al Shabab which is fighting in Somalia and attacking sometimes
But those elements are still promoting radicalism in a civilized way.
"Because the money he brought for the vote buying Fahad is the one who is in charge for the formation of new cabinet ," a Somali MP who declined to give his name said.
The MP also added that "whenever you hear the name Fahad there should be corruption and systematic abuse of the rule of law."
Most Somalia spoke about Fahad as a Qatar intelligence officer who is paid by the arabic service of AlJazeera TV to promote Doha political interest in East Africa.
He is highly paid by the Qatar owned TV without doing any media services but providing filthy political gain to his masters in Doha.
Members of the expected council in which some of the names are leaked by Fahad friends are not a kind of people that will overcome the deeply rooted crises in Somalia.
"How can a government selected through corrupt process will fight corruption in Somalia," a Somali businessman Ahmed Haji Ismail told Waagacusub
"I was absolutely supporting the current president but that hope diminished after the dirty hand of Fahad interfered in the formation of the new cabinet," he said.
"It is shameful as another four years of our time is wasted by corruption," he cried.
Now Fahad is in Nairobi to carryout his murky business to avoid big crowds that follow him in the Somali capital of Mogadishu.
The corruption master, Fahad, is married to a close relative of Farmajo.
"Corruption, nepotism and religious radicalism killed the expectation of the Somali youth," Hassan Mohamed Tuuryare said.
Tuuryare who is a youth activist said Fahad is to blame for the current setback we are facing.
"The cash Fahad brings from Middle East is a poison to peace and democracy in Somalia," lamented Tuuryare.
Reporters in Mogadishu, Nairobi and Doha
Compiled by Dahir Alasow