Somalia has launched an email address calling on the public to offer advice and opinions to be considered by the government.
The announced the email address: “firstname.lastname@example.org” on social media over the weekend with a message in the Somali language soliciting views from Somalis.
“Please send us your messages, suggestions and concerns through the following email. This office will give its priority to attend to it,” he tweeted on Sunday.
Responses from people
The post got a lot of responses with some Somalis praising the government for the initiative while others criticising them for not heeding to advice in the past.
Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire was voted into office in March this year.
He promised to run a listening government that will address insecurity caused by homegrown Islamic extremist group, al-Shabaab.
Khaire also vowed to fight corruption, develop and manage the country’s economy and implement justice.