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By Governor’s Press Services.

Garissa Governor H.E. Ali Korane today attended a reconciliation meeting aimed at resolving political differences among leaders in Garissa county.

Peace meeting between warring political leaders at King Dekow’s residence

Hosted at king Dekow Maalim residence in Garissa town, the Governor said time has come to end political wrangles and forge unity among leaders to enhance service delivery to the people.

The Governor said he resolved to unite with National Assembly Majority Leader and Garissa town MP, Hon. Aden Duale – whom they were involved in political differences.

“Today we have unanimously resolved to work together and I am sincere and committed to sustain the agreement,” said the Governor.
Governor Korane thanked all persons who worked hard towards the success of the handshake that was witnessed by the local leaders, elders, religious leaders, youth and women in a fully packed hall at King Dekow’s residence.

On his part Hon. Aden Duale promised to work hand- in- hand with the Governor.

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The Majority Leader said disagreements were common in any political landscape but unity was key to achieve peaceful co- existence and development.

Rtd General Mohamud Mohamed, King Dekow Maalim, former Cabinet Minister and ex- Dujis MP Hon. Hussein Maalim and businessman Mahat Kuno Roble who addressed the meeting, called for unity and collective responsibility in service delivery.

The event was witnessed by key figures among them East Africa Legislative Assembly MP Hon Abdikadir Omar, National Director for Basic Education Habat Abdi, former Fafi MPs Hon Rtd Major Aden Sugow and Hon Mohamed Salat, former Garissa mayor Siyat Osman, Coast Development Authority MD Dr Mohamed Keinan.

Earlier Hon. Duale visited the Governor’s residence where the two leaders chatted freely before proceeding to the venue for the handshake.

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