Somali Prime Minister dismisses resignation claims.
Recently more and more members of the parliament have been turning against the Prime Minister for not doing enough to fight corruption he promised will eliminate.
Since coming to the office security situation in Mogadishu have deteriorated and corruption with in the government is all time high, as Somali soldiers are complaining about payment which they haven’t received for a few months due to corruption within the top ranks of Shirdon’s government.
Prime Minister Shirdon in a news conference yesterday said “I have no confirmation regarding a resignation from my post as the prime minister.” “My term in office will end on the year 2016″. Shirdon said during the press conference in Mogadishu.
The Prime Minister confirmed that he was projecting the first reshuffle in his 10 ministers cabinet to bring qualified and experienced individuals into the council of ministers.
“Reshuffling the cabinet is the most needed, but that does not mean that some members will lose their posts.” he has insisted.
Mr Shirdon said his government’s budget has increased unprecedentedly according to last year’s budget as he said that the world has recently pledged more than two billion dollars to help rebuild the country.