Abdikarim was voted of his office but he unlawfully in the office and unconstitutionally declared curfews and other restrictive measures to oppress MPs who took the historic action .
The ousted president of Galmudug who came to power by buying votes is among the most hated politician in Somalia, he was the interior minister of Somali federal government before he was forced to resign after innumerable terrorist attacks during his leadership..
He habitually diverts national resources for personal gain in order to stay in power without adequately serving his people.
According to residents in Adado town, the headquarters of Galmudug regional state , Abdukarim is spending his time campaigning for former President of Somalia Mr Hassan Mohamud rather than spending his valuable time serving the people he is claims to represent them.
"From the beginning we knew who he was but plenty cash changed the whole election exercise to nasty political drama," said Hassan Daud who is a well known respected elder.
"Some people thought that he will change but a cheater is always a cheater," he said.
Some MPs of Galmudug State were threatened after they ousted the corrupt leader.
Interference Former President, Mohamud, is making the nature of Galmudug too harsh because he wants his puppet to stay in power so MPs from that region will be pressured to vote for him during presidential election which will take place next month.
Since he was unnecessarily elected by cash payment as president he was just very few days in his administrative capital but was a refuge at state house in Mogadishu.
Abdukarim spent also some considerable time and money outside Somalia on personal extravagant trips, beside his political failures his health condition is in bad shape and was advised to have a rest and avoid politics as personal judgment could be disastrous.
Doctors in India almost described him medically in dangerous situation.
After reports from Mogadishu and Addado the report was compiled by Dahir Alasow
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