Google Translate said:The price of a kilo of bananas in Puntland exceeds $ 5.
This is due to the fact that 20 trucks carrying bananas and mangoes to Puntland were stranded in Beledweyne.
Hirshabele administration has been detained for 5 days for these vehicles owned by Puntland. The vehicles are valued at up to $ 150,000.
This property appears to have been lost as it could not remain on the car for several days.
Beledweyne residents have been importing food and luggage from Bossaso for 30 years and also export live animals such as goats and camels from Bossaso port.
During the thirty years that the country was in ruins, the lives of the people of Beledweyne depended on Puntland and there was no other port for the people of Beledweyne.
The action taken by the Hirshabrele administration today could result in a $ 10 kilogram of sugar in Beledweyne or the people of Beledweyne losing food and luggage.
Meanwhile, Puntland traders are planning to import vegetables from the Fifth Region of Somali State.
This could be an economic setback for the people of Beledweyne, if they do not have anyone to buy their crops and it will lead to a catastrophic economic collapse like the Kenyan qat farmers when they lost the qat market in Somalia.
First it was that asshole Godaax, now they are doing this? We need to grow our own stuff and import elsewhere if needed. Not one single PL penny goes to Beledweyne. Let them drown in the shebelle river.$150,000 worth of fruits were lost in a Xaarshabellan isbaaro this week. Despite Puntland's immense gurmaad during last year's Xaarshabelle flood that inspired even other Somalis to do the same, these ungrateful cretins held the trucks until the food expired. This is why Puntland must retaliate with sanctions on Xaarshabelle and switch over to our friends in South West State.