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Education challenges and way forward in Somalia

In general, education is the process of acquiring skills, values, beliefs, and habits as knowledge or way of life. The methods to acquire education...

Ethiopia-Somalia relationship: Blossoming or Deteriorating?

For the last two-years, there was conspicuous diplomatic relationship between the two-states. When Abiy Ahmed takes the leadership in April, 2018, he expedited enriching...

Somalia’s politics tends Path-Dependency

The horn of Africa country which is recovering the mayhem and the destruction caused by the civil strife in 1991, is currently encountering political...

A ‘no’ worthy of a setback from Djibouti to Israel

Trump's United States continues its quest for Israel. After Sudan, Washington’s new target is Djibouti. Pressure is on the Djiboutian president to normalize with...

Somalia’s debt relief: Begging a bigger burden for citizens

As Mary Serumaga summarized, “many African countries (including Somalia) are trapped in massive debts arising from external foreign loans that have hardly profited the...

Farmaajo is not the best President Nor are his rivals better than he is!

Who is who? Let us start with the familiar faces who once occupied one of the top political posts in Somalia such as Sheikh...

Somalia: Pr Farmajo Mocks Opposition Leaders Who Protested Against Biased Electoral Committees

The Speaker of the Upper House of the federal parliament, the presidents of the federal member states, the prominent leaders of the political opposition...

Farmajo´s Attempt to steal the Election threatens Democracy and State stability

Somalia has been in civil war for more than two decades. The conflict devastated the entire nation’s public institutions; but, now the nation is...

Abiy’s leadership fallacy drives Ethiopia into Astray!

The youngest leader in Africa, the so-called Abiy Ahmed is engaging a rugged vicious war with his people. Abiy takes the premiership in April,...

Fraudulent and unfair election in Somalia: A time to learn from the past

Most African countries attained their independence from colonial powers in 1960s. These freedoms come with sacrifice of forefathers to ensure a better future for generations...

Somalia’s intelligence chief worked with an al Qaeda affiliate, so why do we fund him?

Somalia has become a money pit for the United States. In recent years, the U.S. government has pumped hundreds of millions of dollars annually...

Somalia poised for oil-based transformation

Great excitement and interest accompanied Somalia’s recent launch of its first offshore oil and gas exploration licensing round, with more than 250 energy companies...

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