Mogadishu, Somalia August 7, 2008 - After Somalia's Top three officials the President, the Prime Minster and the speaker of the parliament traveled to the Ethiopian capital led discussion in the pricing of the country. From a reliable source, Addis Ababa disclosed that the Ethiopian government was planning to purchase Somalia and offering price that were mach less than what Mugabe have agreed to sell Zimbabwe.
The current transitional governments could not hide their disappointments but they said that Europeans and some Asia countries are willing to bid higher than the Ethiopia and Eritrea.
President Yusuf of Somalia, who was know for his militarily affectionate, didn't show any fond for the offer but displayed a raw scold. On his return, the parliament was eager to fill their pockets and get their hands off from the never-ending Somali political catastrophe. Meanwhile, after the president spokesman Abdi Jama Dhuxulow, concluded the notifying the cabinet about the situation they showed some great reception towards the offer and accused the President being a gentleman who was not persuaded by wealth.
The news came a time in which the United Nations special representative to Somalia Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah visiting many Somalis who resides in Americas ten thousand lakes state of Minnesota to discuss issues regarding talks in Djibouti and how to revive the dying status of their nation.
President Yusuf argued forcefully that under his plan every Somali will become richer than they ever imagined. Even his loudest critics seems to tacitly agreed with him -selling the country to the highest bidder if there is any, is where the disagreements usually begins.
The parliament urges Somalis to register themselves in order to claim their portion of the inheritance. This way the governments say we will be employees in our country and we will have nothing to fight each other.