Somalia's sacked central banker wants job back

Somalia's sacked central bank governor, Dr Mohamud Mohamed Ulusow, has called for international pressure to be put on the transitional government to give him back his job.

Dr Ulusow, who was relieved of his duties two weeks ago, claimed a group of government ministers wanted to control massive funds from the international community.

"I call on the international community to demonstrate in action its opposition to the unconstitutional and unlawful removal by the President of Somalia for the supp

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