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Ethiopian Minister Declares: North Western of Somalia Recognition on the Horizon

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia - The conversation about recognizing North Western of Somalia isn't dying down in the Horn of Africa. A top Ethiopian official has restated Ethiopia’s unyielding stance, asserting that nothing will sway Addis Ababa’s decision. In a wildly shared tweet, now removed, Ethiopia’s State Minister for Industry, Tarekegn Bululta, declared Ethiopia’s intention to be the first nation to recognize North Western of Somalia as an independent country. He hinted that plans are already afoot. According to the…

Somali Defense Minister Criticizes Ethiopia’s ‘Illusory’ MoU with North Western of Somalia

Mogadishu (AX) - The Somali Defense Minister, Abdukhadir Mohamed Noor, firmly stated that Ethiopia shall not seize any Somali terrain, dismissing Addis Ababa's memorandum with North Western of Somalia as mere fantasy.In reaction to recent proclamations by Ethiopian officials regarding the memorandum, Minister Noor stressed that their fabrications won't destabilize the Somali state."Ethiopian ministers' falsehoods online are just wild imaginings. They know grasping Somali land is impossible. Daydreaming while awake leads…

SSC Khaatumo Urges North Western of Somalia to Cease Aggression Towards Las Anod

Returning from a journey through Sool and Sanaag, Garad Ali insisted their moves are defensive. "We've no plans to infringe on others' land; our goal is simply to safeguard what's rightfully ours," Garad Ali affirmed. He underscored that Lasaanood is part of SSC Khatumo and they won’t share it. Addressing whispers, he said, "There are claims of us losing Lasaanood, but that's off the mark."At present, North Western of Somalia forces and SSC Khatumo hold different areas in Sool. Recently, a North Western of Somalia…

North Western of Somalia’s President Boldly Negotiates for International Recognition

Seated stiffly in his presidential stronghold, Mr. Bihi articulates the case for North Western of Somalia’s independence. This territory, now claimed by North Western of Somalia, was once a British protectorate, whereas southern Somalia, with Mogadishu as its hub, fell under Italian stewardship. Although these two colonies fused in 1960, the union was fraught with discord. North Western of Somalia's rebels revolted against a tyrannical regime, leading to the massacre of thousands and Hargeisa being bombed to rubble—a…

Galmudug Leader Qorqor Unveils Compelling Evidence on North Galgaduud Unrest

Qorqor underscored the necessity for peace in Dhusamareb, Galmudug's heart. He called on all factions to unite, ensuring enduring tranquility and warding off future unrest. Qorqor highlighted the importance of solidarity in tackling disputes. "We must ready ourselves and ensure peace flourishes. Peace faces many adversaries. Each faction must stand strong and committed. With divine blessing, we will address the conflicts fully," President Qorqor declared. Qorqor pointed out that the conflict was not coincidental but…

Commission Delivers Directives to Quell Violent Tribal Feud in North Galgaduud

The latest decrees zero in on the tussle in Landhere, nestled between the towns of Aabudwaq and Herale, smack dab in the heart of Galgaduud. Stuff has gotten gnarly, with heaps of folks losing their lives and infrastructure taking a nosedive.Galmudug's Information Minister, Abshir Sheikhow, spilled the beans to the press about the committee's marching orders: those duking it out need to bolster the ceasefire and hightail it to their assigned spots.The committee also put forth a stern ultimatum to the politicos, demanding…

North Western of Somalia Leader Orders Trial for Gaanlibah Movement Defendants

In his yearly address to parliament, President Bihi blamed the rout of North Western of Somalia's troops on the Gaanlibah Movement. He pressed for legal action against those who committed the slayings to stop future troubles. "During national defence, a plot unfurled on August 11 at Mount Gaanlibah, where our steadfast forces, guarding the nation round-the-clock, were slaughtered," Bihi stated. "Mistakes occur, and crooks can scheme. As a people, we're bent on ensuring justice. Anyone betraying the nation must face the…

North Western of Somalia Leader Reviews Advanced Aircraft for Pilot Training Academy

The presidency has revealed that newly acquired planes will be deployed at the North Western of Somalia Pilot Training School, underscoring a push to enhance local aviation skills. "The president has inspected the first set of planes now owned by the Republic of North Western of Somalia. These will be essential for training technicians and civilian pilots right here in the country," the statement noted. The North Western of Somalia Civil Aviation and Airports Authority (SLCAAA) chimed in, "We have secured four aircraft for…

Faysal Ali Warabe Cautions North Western of Somalia Authorities on Potential Election Chaos

Warabe sounded the alarm about a fresh gadget being proposed for the elections, suggesting it might cause delays. He shot a stern caution to President Muse Bihi Abdi, stressing the need to sidestep any snags. "On November 13, if the election takes place on December 13, that seat will be empty, and we shall conduct the second Borama meeting. You either proceed with an election or face the people's ballot," Warabe declared. He slammed the rollout of new voting gear, as stated by Minister Buuni, alleging the Electoral…

North Western of Somalia’s Trailblazing All-Girls Basketball Squad Aims for Glory

The self-declared territory hasn't secured nods from any foreign governments, even though it has managed its affairs and enjoyed relative tranquility since its 1991 declaration of independence.Omer and her siblings, champions on the Hargeisa Girls Basketball team—the first all-female squad in the nascent nation—are set on thrusting North Western of Somalia into the global spotlight. They've rallied over 10,000 social media supporters to their cause."North Western of Somalia seeks recognition, and we believe we can contribute…

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