Dubbe said Kenya had “constantly interfered” with Somalia’s internal affairs and that Nairobi was violating Somalia’s sovereignty.
The announcement came as President Uhuru Kenyatta hosted Somaliland President Muse Bihi in Nairobi.
Mandera businessman Issack Adan said: “We are asking Nairobi to ensure any issue between the two countries is resolved for peace to prevail.”
“This situation is going to affect business interactions between Mandera and Somalia since we get most of our goods from there,” he added.
Mandera relies heavily on Mogadishu for business supplies considering the long distance to Nairobi.