10 presidential aspirants to deliver blueprint speeches.

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Spokesman of the presidential election commission, Osman Libah told Sunatimes that 10 of the cleared 25 presidential aspirants will be addressing parliament today at 3:00 P.M to deliver their blueprint speeches.

The presidential aspirants are anticipated to give a 20 minute speech on their blueprints for the two-decade suffering nation.

Some of the first 10 presidential hopefuls who are scheduled to address the new federal parliament today are President Sharif, Prime Minister Abdiweli Gas and former PM Mohamed Abullahi Farmajo.

Osman libah added that the security of parliament will be beefed up where MPs are supposed to stay put till all the first 10 candidates deliver the blueprint speeches.

According to the election commission spokesman, Libah the remaining presidential aspirants will address parliament tomorrow.

25 candidates are vying for the top seat as announced by the election commission which concluded the collection of application forms from presidential candidates yesterday evening in Mogadishu.

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