Wednesday, April 14, 2021
The money’s end destination remains unclear by Michael Rubin A month after Somali president Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo’s term expired, Somalia remains without a legitimate government and the country is descending deeper into political chaos. As protestors prepare to take to the...
The Oil and Gas Investment Industry - International Oil Companies (IOCs) must withhold any investment involving Somalia until the country’s elections take place, and new government is formed.  By Marian Harbi International Oil and Gas Companies and any other investment entities...
By Abdirizak M. Diis The current election/selection impasse in Somalia between the Federal Member States and the Federal government is the symptom of a country that is deeply polarised with divergent clan interests, political ideologies, foreign interests, and pseudo-nationalistic slogans....
When former prime minister Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo was elected president of the Federal Government of Somalia in 2017, many lauded his victory. Unlike his predecessors, Farmaajo was viewed as a leader who would unite the country because he had...
The upcoming 2021 elections will be peaceful, without major incident meeting with the local and international standards.  Somalilanders will turn out to vote in May 31st of this year, selecting their candidates in the House of Representatives and local...
Muhidin Libah, farmer and director of the Somali Bantu Community Association. Photograph: Greta Rybus/The Guardian Muhidin Libah stretched his arm overhead, tapping the head of a corn stalk and sending its leaves quivering in the August sun. “About seven feet,” he...
By Abukar Arman Somalia, a country of many political fault lines that indicate looming earthquakes of great magnitude, now has a new one — the Farmajo fault. Mohmed Abdullahi Farmajo is the malignantly polarizing president of Somalia. Two of the Farmajo...
The international community guards and finances the government of Somalia on regular basis. It spends billions of dollars on Somalia with the purpose of impeding Al-Shabab takeover of the country and keeping peace, stability and democratic process in order...
By Abdirizak Adam Gedi This article will focus on a brief history of the nation, which has suffered from poor economic performance, negative economic growth, government collapse, tribal war and droughts, dependence on foreign aid, and endless frustration by failed...
Somaliland, through its ties with Kenya and like minded nations in Africa, will push for international recognition. In Summary • Through stronger ties with Kenya, Somaliland will not only benefit from the mutual friendship, but it will also strengthen our resolve...