Pledges the Wadani party candidate for Somaliland president if successful in November polls.
Somalilandsun – Opposition party Wadani shall soon release its Manifesto to be distributed to members of the public nationwide.
This was revealed by the Oppostion party’s flag bearer in Somaliland presidential elections slated for 13th November 2017 Abdirahman Mohamed Abdilahi ‘Irro’
Giving titbits contents of the Wadani party manifesto which is a public declaration of policy and aims issued by political parties especially towards official launch of election campaigns, Irro who also doubles as speaker of the Somaliland parliament said,
“One of the main pledge I make if elected as Somaliland president not only constitute but sustain a lean Wadani party administration.
Stressing on the determination by Wadani part not to violate the lean government pledge if elected, Irro said the basics behind this strategy is geared towards ensuring that public services are availed in a streamlined and cohesive system.
Similarly Irro also said the Wadani party Manifesto has elimination of corruption now seemingly institutionalized as a priority as a prelude to ensuring that public asserts both physical and liquid are utilized as per purpose, “benefit to the public”
“Though Wadani party manifesto has various object fed the ultimate goal targeted is avail citizens from all walks of life not only an oversight public administration but relevantly attendant benefits as well” Said Abdirahman Irro.
While acknowledging that citizens might be driven to skepticism owing past presidential campaign pledges that have gone unfilled, Irro said that the Wadani party if elected shall surely implement all policies and aims pledged more so the construction of a lean, active and corruption free administration.
Wadani party’s Abdirahman Mohamed Abdilahi ‘Irro’ who also doubles as speaker of the Somaliland’s Parliament House of representative is facing Ruling Kulmiye party’s Muse Behi Abdi and Eng Feisal Ali Warabe of opposition UCID party in the Somaliland presidential elections