Monday, 30 November 2009

Puntland president appoints media advisor

30 Nov 30, 2009 - 11:49:31 AM

The president of Somalia's Puntland State has appointed a new media advisor.

A statement from president Abdirahman Mohammed Farole’s Office said Mohamed Abdirahman, the president’s son was appointed as a media advisor after it has emerged that there is need for a consultant in handling the news media.

Reacting to the announcement, Mohamed says he is honoured to be working with the president in regards to the media.

“My job would be to advise the president on addressing the local media and international media about the issues concerning Puntland state,” the new media advisor told Garowe Online.

He added that the new position would play crucial role in strengthening the correlation between the media and the Puntland presidency.

Since its inception earlier this year, President Farole’s government has been under media spotlight over the rampant piracy activities along coast of Somalia.

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