Get Out of Mogadishu Somalia MPs of Somaliland Origin Ordered

Somalia politician Adde Gabow says Mogadishu is out of bounds for traitorous citizens of Somaliland

Somalilandsun: Former governor of Benadir region Adde Gabow has attacked Somaliland lawmakers in Mogadishu who work in Somalia.
Addressing the press in Mogadishu Adde Gabow said , “whether we like it or not we are two separate countries since Somaliland was a British protectorate and Somalia an Italian colony” adding that the alleged Parliamentarians Representing Somaliland in Mogadishu are a political liability thus unwanted. Reports 
Acknowledging that Somaliland officials in Hargeisa have repeatedly declare their objection to their self-seeking citizens in Mogadishu , the politician said “ I am sending a message to the people of Somaliland, Yesterday (read recently) you declared separation from us so don’t be foolish and repeat the same again now , 30 years later
Stressing that negotiations between the two countries future relations are yet to be settled the former civic leader said “until our relations are settled you are not wanted here”
Pointing to the fallacy by some that there are clans in Somaliland that owe allegiance to Somalia he went on to say that “We will not allow Somaliland parliamentarians to be elected in Mogadishu, regardless of their region of origin,” he added.
Though he was vehement in his objection of the selfseekers the ex Mogadishu Mayor opinionated that an official nomination by Hargeisa is acceptable “If president Muse Bihi allows the election of Somaliland parliamentarians in Mogadishu, let him send a delegation, otherwise there will be no Somaliland parliamentarians elected in Mogadishu.”
Wondering why the alleged MPs Representing Somaliland are not satisfied with their own land or take pride in it politician Adde Gabow Concluded by stating that Xamar (Mogadishu) belongs to the Hawiye Clan and the only way that the hypocrite s from Somaliland shall be allowed further stay is only if they are officially brought by their head of state Muse Bihi Abdi.
Such sentiments are sweet music in the ears of many Somalilanders as well as their government which considers those bow being chased out of Mogadishu as TRAITORS