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Somalia: Our inside man the Chief of Staff

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    Somalia: Our inside man the Chief of Staff

    President Sharif's Chief of Staff is an Underground Mastermind who has drawn very little attention because he came from the US.

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President Sharif's Chief of Staff is an Underground Mastermind who has drawn very little attention because he came from the US.

As the saying goes in the Spook World (Nostro uomo) our man on the
inside

President Sheikh Sharif's chief of staff Abdul Kareem Jama is known
for many things and among those are: fund raising for shady groups, a
foul-mouth, and being so vicious in politics he tried to get rid of
anyone who gives the president any idea about how to defeat the
notorious Al Shabaab . But there is something else for which much is not
known about Abdul Kareem. When Sheikh Sharif announced Abdul Kareem as


his
chief-of-staff, someone joked that Sheikh Sharif is already paling
around with terrorists. By that, the commentator was referring to
Abdul Kareem's extensive links with Al Shabaab is done through his
relatives in the US and UAE in the goodwill of charitable organizations
and mosques. Abdul Kareem listens into the conversations the president
has with his military and police forces. They have not given us proof
yet but we were told by some members of parliament and the military that
we cannot name because of safety concerns.
We have traced and found that Abdul Kareem works with other members who
are close to the president to disband any new police officers that are
trained by friends of Somalia.
Who else can give the names of the leaders of this forces and t
obituariesheir personal cell phones to the terrorists among us? If you
said Abdulkareem you guessed it right. The names and the contacts are
only available to a few career officers and the office of the president
and the ministry of Interior.
The Somali military has described Abdul Kareem as the primary threat
to security in Mogadishu. Knowing how defensive President Shariif gets
about his friends no one in Mogadisho dares to raise the question on his
chief of staff.

He knows the people who are the masterminds of the most deadly
attacks inside Somalia, including suicide assaults in Mogadishu.
He is known to leave town when things are about to happen.

Abdul Kareem is considered dangerous not only for his ties with the
Alshabab, but also because of his connections with Alshabab's
leadership, which extend all the way to Alshabab's Network leader
known as Godane. Case in point has he ever said or wrote anything bad or
good about Al Shabaab? No. He also sells the president's signature to
the highest bidder without the knowledge of Sharif.

Alshabab already have members in Somalia's TFG government that is a
known fact that the western intelligence agencies have been saying all
along, and they could evolve into becoming a political party that will
send both Sharif's to exile again. These members have lucrative business
interests to protect: road blocks, phony building contracts, Arm deals
and piracy and several wives.
Abdulkareem has put president Sharif in a bind to just trust his Amisom
friends not make any contact with the other regions of the country and
his own clan. I have always supported the governments of Somalia but
lately I am
joining the ones who are writing obituaries of Somalia under Sharif.
The prime minister is good man but powers have been pulled under him by
some
vultures at the president's office.

Said Hersi Duale
Economic/political Analyst
Anaheim, CA
[email protected]



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