BAIDOA (SD) – Elections for six seats in Somalia’s lower house of parliament were Today held in Baidoa, the capital of Bay region.
Adan Mohamed Ali won Hop #253 by 70 votes while his rival Abdulkadir Ibrahim Bule received 21 votes and 1 vote was spoiled, with Samra Ibrahim Omar being the incumbent.
Abdullahi Mohamed Ali, won Hop #178, he received 70 votes while his rival Bile Hassan Abdi received 25 votes and two votes were spoiled, this seat was previously held by former Minister of Defense Hassan Ali Mohamed Amar-dambe.
South West Trade Minister Ahmed Sheikh Mohamed (mashruc) won Hop #050 and received 80 votes while his rival Mohamed Ibrahim Aden received 14 votes and 3 votes were spoiled, the seat was previously held by Somali Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Abduwahab Ugas Hussein.
Jama Taqal Abbas, won Hop #230 and received 77 votes while his rival Abdi Ali Omar received 23 votes, the seat was previously held by Pro, Abdirahman Adan Ibrahim (IBBI).
Muqtar Mohamed Guled, won Hop #183 and received 83 votes while his rival Hussein Ali Aden received 16 votes and one vote was spoiled, this seat was previously held by Sandhere Mohamed Iftin.
Ismail Idow Mohamed, who received 71 votes, therefore winning Hop #275 while his rival Abdisitaar Hassan Ali received 16 votes, three votes were spoiled, this seat was previously held by Sheikh Sha’ir Mohamed Hassan.
The Southwest regional election commission says elections for the remaining seats will be held in a short time.
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