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MEMO-2017

Never before have we grabbed a word like catastrophic to make a political point. It’s like pulling a fire alarm; if you do it, there had better be a fire. There is a fire and it’s raging within our  Somaliland . We are  convinced that if Warlord Muse Bihi Abdi  becomes our President , the harm done to our country would be nothing short of catastrophic.

 

 

 

We reject Bigoted colonel  Muse Bihi Abdi as our next President based on his judgement, temperament and character, all of which point to a reckless, embarrassing and ultimately dangerous presidency .
Now Kumiye party  is telling the world Al-Shabab is in Hargeisa its in Waddani party her addres is His Excellence Hirsi Haji Ali Hassan the Kulmiye morons have no shame  or reason ….
We urged international community to identify who is operating Voting computer servers we need help from UCID and WADANI party to push this matter………..
This is the the article in African intelligence news letter ………

The battle for power in Hargeisa, with the presidential election scheduled for 13 November, has intensified between the two main parties in the running: Kulmiye and Wadani. On the campaign theme front, the security situation is the most debated issue between the Kulmiye candidate Musa Bihi Abdi and the Wadani candidate and Speaker of the House of Representatives Abdirahman Mohamed Abdilahi, known as Cirro. Although they have scored a few recent victories, the Islamist fundamentalists of Al-Shabaab have lost ground overall in the centre and south of Somalia and know that new forces are due to deployed. As a consequence, it is highly likely that they are intending to focus their efforts on Somaliland. Both candidates are therefore seeking to portray themselves as the best placed to defend Somaliland against possible attacks from armed groups in the region, while at the same time inspiring a sense of national unity in the face of this potential aggressor. As a former soldier, Musa Bihi Abdi appears to hold more sway with the voters, but when it comes to defining a common security policy with the central Somali government, his Wadani rival seems better positioned to collaborate with the Somalian president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmajo. Mogadishu would thus prefer to see Abdirahman Mohamed Abdilahi triumph on 13 November. However, the former presidential chief of staff Hersi Ali Haji Hassan, now a member of Wadani, who played a significant role in the deterioration of relations between the government of Ahmed Mohamed Mahamoud, known as Silanyo, and Addis Abeba and Western countries, is suspected of collusion with Islamist groups (ION 1436).

 

 

 

Ahmed Jigga