Hargeisa(horn)-The federal government of Somalia has sent a plane load of military cache to Garowe, in the Puntland administered region. A reliable source informed the Horn Newspaper that the cargo plane landed at Garowe three times in the pas t weeks. According to our source the plane jetted in from Mogadishu and on the three instances it landed at midday. Our informant went further to confirm that upon landing the plane was surrounded by military personnel who loaded the illegal cargo into trucks and carted them away to undisclosed location.
Members of the public were kept at bay from coming close to the plane. According to our private eye the military consignment was given to the Somalia government by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, after which Puntland was the recipient of the illicit cargo.
Sensitive information the Horn Newspaper acquired from a source confirmed that the Saudis had signed an agreement with former president of Somalia Mr.Hassan Sheikh to support it with military equipment after Mr.Hassan left office Farmajo regime benefited from the former contract.
It is no secret that the president of Somalia has given Puntland these military caches to squire it out with Somaliland. An international news organization reported this week the Somalia president Mr.Farmajo want to conspicuously side with Puntland.
The president of Somaliland H.E Musa Bihi Abdi has on different occasions accused the Somalia president Mr.Farmajo for attacking Somaliland forces in Tukaraq while masking behind the Puntland administration.
In another development the Wall Street Journal published this week in January, 103 unmarked containers arrived at Mogadishu’s port from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Puzzled officials examined the manifest, to discover the containers held millions of rounds of Chinese-made ammunition, for AK-47 assault rifles, DShK machine guns and shoulder-mounted rocket-propelled grenades, people familiar with the matter said. In the past few weeks, another 57 containers with similar contents arrived from Saudi Arabia.
The shipments were intended for some part of the Somali forces under a deal between Saudi Arabia and the previous Somalia administration, according to two senior international-community officials briefed on the matter. Saudi officials didn’t respond to requests for comment.