John Mahama: Former President Rejected by Somalia as AU Envoy

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Former president, John Mahama, has been rejected as a UN envoy to Somalia – He was appointed by the AU to help resolve political crises in Somalia – The people have rejected him on grounds that they cannot trust him to be fair – They say he had close ties with leadership in Kenya for which reason his transparency cannot be trusted Our manifesto:

This is what believes in Somalia has rejected the choice of John Mahama, Ghana’s former president, as an envoy of the African Union. The Somalis say they do not trust him to broker peace in the country due to his former close ties with Kenya. According to a report, a letter reportedly written by Somalia’s Foreign and International Cooperation Minister, Mohammed Abdirazak, explained that the former president had a close relationship with Kenyan leaders.