TFG declares new administration for Afgoye

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Transitional Federal Government of Somalia has declared a new temporary administration for recently seized town of Afgoye in Lower Shabelle region.

President Sharif Ahmed has announced the creation of the new administration after holding talks with traditional elders and officials in the town.

Speaking in Afgoye, the president noted the significance of establishing authority in new areas captured from the militant group of al-Shabaab.

He promised that the people of Afgoye will have transparent elections to choose their own administration in the near future.

A decree from the Ministry of Interior and National Security has confirmed the appointment of Abdullahi Abdi Ahmed as the head of the new administration of Afgoye according to Bashil Mohamed Jama, General Director for the Ministry.

On last week, joint forces of TFG and AMISOM took over Afgoye and Elasha Biyaha in Lower Shabelle region from al-Shabaab fighters.

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