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EDITORIAL: Little hiccups PM Roble needs to figure out in ahead of Somali Ballot Box

EDITORIAL | When Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble landed in Kismayo on Wednesday, the significance of the trip wasn't just that a senior government official was visiting one of the federal states they struggled to engage with. Admittedly, Prime Minister Roble's appearance in the capital of Jubbaland was good for the optics: the federal government was on a collision course with Jubbaland for most of the tenure of outgoing President Mohamed Farmajo. At one point, Farmajo even refused to recognize Jubbaland chairman…

EDITORIAL: On Independence Day Somalia ought to aspire to a rebirth

EDITORIAL: On Independence Day Somalia should aspire to a rebirth EDITORIAL | Somalia turns 61 on Thursday and it's no wonder its people from all walks of life are celebrating. July 1 has always been Somalia's most memorable day, as it laid the groundwork for what should be Somalia today. On that day, when members of the Trust Territory of Somalia, originally known as Italian Somaliland, and…

EDITORIAL: Cheer Up When Danab Crushes Al-Shabaab, However Go For The Whole

EDITORIAL | Somalia has, in latest weeks, recorded modest however essential victories towards the malicious terrorist group al-Shabaab. And given the dimensions of the insanity expressed by the militants, something that's shot down by our troops must be celebrated. We wish to be frank in expressing our pleasure in seeing incidents by which terrorists meet their match. In spite of everything, it has been years and years of harmless bloodshed by these terror retailers. We prolong our congratulations to Particular Forces…

EDITORIAL: Well done to Bihi for the result of the elections in Somaliland

EDITORIAL | It's not every day that we talk about the good things done by Muse Bihi Abdi, a retired air force pilot and now president of the separatist region of Somaliland, located in the north. from Somalia. In a constant struggle for his region to be recognized as an independent country, this candidacy may have placed him in constant conflict with federal supporters of a united Somalia, eclipsing his own leadership prowess. This week, however, we would like to congratulate him on rare leadership. Somaliland, unlike…

EDITORIAL: On the saga of Somali troops in Eritrea, where is Farmajo’s voice?

EDITORIAL: On the saga of Somali troops in Eritrea, where is Farmajo's voice? EDITORIAL | Somali Information Minister Osman Dubbe continues to run like a bull into a crisis; whether it is a diplomatic row with Kenya or a fight against national opposition politicians, it is usually in full swing. In contemporary life, it might be unfair to compare him to Josef Goebbels; German Minister of…

EDITORIAL: Safety lifts risk of fragile mutual belief in Somalia

EDITORIAL | Somalia's outgoing federal government officials must satisfactorily clarify the security incident in which a convoy of former President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud was shot in Mogadishu. On Wednesday afternoon, the Custodial Corps, Somalia's prison guards, saw shooting at Mrs Mohamud's entourage. His allies have claimed it was an assassination attempt. But whether we agree with that etiquette or not, it is something that the federal government should investigate and provide adequate information not only to Mr…

Egypt gathers allies to control Ethiopia’s stance on the Nile

Egypt gathers allies to control Ethiopia's stance on the Nile EDITORIAL | When Egyptian leader Abdel Fattah al-Sissi toured Djibouti last week on Thursday, it made history. During Djibouti's 43 years of independence, no Egyptian president had visited. Still, al-Sissi did not come for tourism or to relax on the beaches of the small Horn country of Africa. A broadcast released after a meeting…

EDITORIAL: Somalia’s moment of honor should be rewarded with a free

EDITORIAL | It is not every day that Somalis have emerged from smiles. That is why the whole country is celebrating the success of Prime Minister Hussein Roble's marathon talks with federal presidents, which led to an agreement on Thursday. Somalis have been so tired of the constant wrestling that a political agreement announced on Thursday looked like a monkey pulling our backs. It has taken more than eight months to try and fail. At one point, the stakeholders dug into each other's heels and accused each other of having…

Somalia is yet one more final probability to appropriate destiny

EDITORIAL: Somalia has one final probability to appropriate its destiny EDITORIAL | Somalia's Prime Minister Hussein Roble has most likely imagined going by way of the nation's election cycle shortly. He most likely didn't know that grandstanding would draw his power thus far. Or he didn't anticipate it in any respect. On Thursday, Roble, an skilled technocrat, will meet the nation's…

EDITORIAL: Somalia is one more final probability to right destiny

EDITORIAL: Somalia has one final probability to right its destiny EDITORIAL | Somalia's Prime Minister Hussein Roble has most likely imagined going by way of the nation's election cycle rapidly. He most likely didn't know that grandstanding would draw his power to date. Or he didn't anticipate it in any respect. On Thursday, Roble, an skilled technocrat, will meet the nation's politicians once…

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