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We Were Combing A Bald Head For Seven Years President Musa, Is The Messiah Of Somaliland

Reading the desperate face of the lay – man on the street is my favourite book. Using his tongue as a pen inked with twisted tears, deep, deep from his heart. As we share and have many things in common. That is why his agony and scream shivers my spine. His coughing and sneezing opens […]

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SCAMA Website: Another Manifestation of Somalia Aviation Scams

According to the official website of SCAMA (Somali Civil Aviation and Meteorological Authority), the organization is an autonomous body working under the Federal Government of Somalia through the ministry of aviation. It plays not only the role of aviation regulator but it also performs the services of air navigation and airport services. This organization also […]

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Government of Somaliland: Proposals to Improve Value of Government and Win Trust of Citizens

Government of Somaliland: Proposals to Improve Value of Government and Win Trust of Citizens December 31, 2017     1. Digging Roots of Mistrust between the Government and Citizens     Somaliland has come across challenges to achieve grassroots of development, functioning institutions and democratic governance. Lessons learned from different authorities over the last two […]

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SABOOLNIMADA.

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SABOOLNIMADA.

Maqaalkan waxaynu ku qaadan doonaa mawduuc ka duwan mawduucyadii hore ee aynu qaadan jirnay. Mawduucan oo aynu kaga hadli doono “Laba aragti oo ku saabsan waxa keena SABOOLNIMADA”. Mawduucan oo aan ahayn mid si toos ah inoo tusaya sababta dhabta ah ee keentay faqriga baahsan ee ka jira adduunka. Balse waxaynu ku arki doonaa laba […]

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WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT IN 2018?

Will 2018 be a happier, healthier, more peace then 2017? Will children, Mothers, Fathers, Brothers, and Sisters be safer this year? Will live be better? Will basic necessities be more plentiful and cost less this year? Can we “Somali landers “expect Good Government and Recognition and a better life? Will 2018 be a Somaliland year? […]

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Somali government leadership will pay high cost in the event they attempt involving Somaliland airspace as the Somaliland separation with Somalia is permanent and not subject of negotiation

This article is response to Somali leadership who claims, they control Somali airspace which Somaliland has nothing to do being independent country different than Somalia.  Somaliland independence including its airspace is the hands of its people and not those who lives midday dreams like the Somali government leadership in Mogadishu who did not control one mile of the city. Somali […]

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Battle for Somali Ports

Last November 13 the election of the head of the Somaliland enclave,  according to experts, did not bring any serious changes to the alignment of internal political forces. Musa Bihi Abdi, the Kulmiye party candidate, became the President. Presently, he his busy settling relationships with key sponsors who provided him with financial support.   They are the heads of […]

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Crown Prince Of Hypocrisy / Opinion…….. Free Riaf Badawi

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman wants to shake up the hidebound kingdom. He has already announced that women will be permitted to drive, launched an anti-corruption campaign, allowed movie theaters to open next year, imposed budget austerity and revealed expansive ambitions to diversify the economy away from its dependence on oil. All this […]

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The fail to recall- Private owned Radios Stations

The one constitution granted, the one I yearned for most, the one I wish to hear news is still off-air, the radio podcast. So, am I deaf?.   Let me refer back to childhood years of 1990s, I & my schoolmate were used to enjoy listening radio programs that Somali BBC podcasted in afternoon & […]

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THE DANGEROUS ADVENTURES OF THE UAE

On March 1st DP World, a port Operator based in Dubai, began working from Berbera’s beachside hotel. Officials put little Emirati flags on their desks, and refined plans to turn a harbour serving the breakaway republic of Somaliland into a gateway to the 100m people of one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies, Ethiopia. Three weeks later […]

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