Mustafa Mohammed Omar, a former human rights activist, was elected as Somali Region’s president on August 2018, took over former president Abdi Illey along with the human rights and economic mess. He has been actively working to improve the region in the past nine months. He sat down with Walta TV Journalist Simeneh Bayferes for a discussion on Ethiopian politics. In the interview, he discusses his thoughts on citizenship and ethnic politics. He elaborates further on the three-part interview.