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2014

 

Photo: Muqdisho April 10, 2013 (Wararka Dowladda Soomaaliya): Barqanimadii Maanta ayaa Taliska Taraafikada dowladda Sooamaliya waxa uu soo bandhigay 98 Mooto Kuwaasi oo aan Lahayn Leesimo islamarkaana Si Sharci darro ah Loogu Kexeyn Jiray Magaalada Muqdisho.</p><br /><br /><br />
<p>Taliyaha Ciidanka Taraafikada dowladda Soomaaliya Sareeyo Guuto Cali Xirsi Barre Cali Gaab oo Warbaahinta kula hadlayay Xarunta Ciidanka Taraafikada oo ah Goobta Lagu soo Bandhigay Mootooyinkaasi ayaa sheegay in Mootooyinkaasi si Sharci darro ah Loogu dhex watay Magaalada isagoo tilmaamay in Mootooyinkaani Loo adeegsan karo Falal mniga Liddi ku ah.</p><br /><br /><br />
<p>Sareeye Guuto Cali Gaab ayaa ugu baaqay Mootooyinka iyo Gawaarida Miraayadaha Madow Leh in ay iska soo diiwaan Geliyaan Xarunta Ciidanka Taraafikada.</p><br /><br /><br />
<p>Magaalada Muqdisho waxaa Bilooyinkii u dambeeyay Ku soo Badanayay Mootooyinka iyo Gawaarida Raaxada iyadoona Taliska Sare ee Ciidamada Taraafikada dowladda Soomaaliya uu wado qorsho uu Leesin ugu sameynayo Gaadiidkaasi.
THE BEST SOMALI PUBLIC SERVANTS
Somali boy hide in plane's wheel in order to travel to Somalia so, click this link for more information:
http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/22/us/plane-stowaway/index.html?iref=allsearch

Dowladda Soomaaliya's photo.
Dowladda Soomaaliya's photo.
Dowladda Soomaaliya's photo.
Dowladda Soomaaliya's photo.
















‪#‎Somalia‬: Mogadishu on Tuesday April 22, 2014 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed welcomed the Burundian President H.E. Pierre NKurunziza in Mogadishu City where they discussed more technical and military cooperation.

#Somalia: Kismayo on Tuesday April 15, 2014
Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh confirmed that Jubbaland State Presidennt Sheikh Ahmed to solve all problems & rebuild his entire administration.


Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh thanked to people of Jubbaland State for appointing their own leaders, and it is the best time to resolve tribal clashes and resettle any conflicts of interest among the various Somali clans living together side by side.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh has officially confirmed that Jubbaland State is not an interim administration but it is the same as Somaliland Administration, Puntland Administration, Khaatumo Administration, Himan and Heb Administration as well as others that may follow to form.

On behalf of the Somali People and the Republic of Somalia, I, Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh thank to the Jubbaland State Forces how they withdrew Al-Shabab Group out of the Kismayo City.

Wisely, we must all appreciate and collaborate with the Jubbaland State Forces and make them as party of the new national Forces of the Federal Republic of Somalia.

Verily, if you want to help Somalia then let the people decide to appoint their own leaders without fear and interference, and that only happened two places in Somalia such as Khaatumo State and Puntland State.

Sincerely,
Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh
Communications Department

: President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and his delegation are officially in Burundi for official visit #Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday March 29, 2014 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud confirmed that there are 18 regions with approved districts since 1960s until 1990s. President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud clearly said that there were 16 districts in the Capital City of the Republic of Somalia as approved by the Previous Somali Parliament before 1991, and he fully recognizes that there are 16 districts in the Capital City of Mogadishu.

President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud talked about that federalism is not a solution to the Somali people and the nation however; it is the interests of third parties and international organizations which have been swindling on phony projects since 1991 until now on.

As the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia I, President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud hereby certify to the Somali people, Somali Parliament and the world at large that we are fed up with the endless corruptions of the UN for Somalia since 1991 until now.

Truly, the UN for Somalia corruptions has been going on in Somalia since 1991 until now, and as we witnessed the truth of the endless corruptions of the UN for Somalia and other international NGOS which have been swindling on phony projects in Somalia since 1991 until now, I, President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud urged to the Somali people and the world at large not work with the corrupted international organizations in Somalia which even are now trying to stop us forming the Somali National Forces while they are bringing more mercenary forces to continue confusing the Somali people in order to steal our national resources willy-nilly.

Well, AMISOM is not the Government of Somali People and the UN for Somalia is an international organization so, let me tell them if they do not stop bullying tactics in our daily affairs then they will have to leave Somalia whether they like it or not because they truly know the history of Mogadishu City where the UNISOM withdrew uselessly after failing Operations Restore Hope.

Somalia is not a hostage nation any more so, if the Western World does not stop irregularities and the lies to derail the will of the Somali people then there are other ways to join in other open and respectful clubs with the rest the world.

My advise to the Somali people, as your President of the Republic of Somalia, I, President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud need your technical, financial and supporting advise to revive our nation and be stronger once more than most of African countries as we did before.

Gladly, as we know truly that the international community promised to give us billions to rebuild our nation but they are not giving us anything except trying to swindle on behalf of Somalia through international organizations which have been mastering to steal on phony projects in Somalia.

Sincerely yours,

H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud

President of the Republic of Somalia


Mogadishu on Sunday Mach 23, 2014 Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed and his delegation returned to Mogadishu after official visit to Switzerland.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed met the ILO and many other agencies to support Somalia technically and financially.

Best Wishes,

Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed
Office of the Prime Minister

Communications Department

21 March 2014

Berne, Switzerland

Prime Minister holds bilateral meeting with Switzerland

His Excellency Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed, today participated in bilateral meeting with Swiss Secretary of State for the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Yves Rossier, at the Swiss Federal Government in Berne, Switzerland.

The Prime Minister alongside Somali Permanent Representative to UN Missions (Geneva), Ambassador Yusuf Mohamed Ismail Bari-Bari, briefed the Swiss Foreign Minister on the current operations against Al-Shabaab, priorities for the Federal Government of Somalia and Somalia’s vision for improving regional economic infrastructure development.

Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed, said: “Somalia is doing well on its path to recovery and rebuilding of the state, we now have a functioning parliament and executive but there is still a long way to go.

“We are fighting and winning against a un-Somali ideology, Al-Shabaab claim to be defending Islam but they are attempting to destroy the religion, our culture, the social fabric of our communities and the economy. We have not finished the fight yet and we will not let up till it is finished.”

The meeting discussed Somalia’s and Switzerland’s ambition to foster a stronger bilateral relationship and support to Somalia. The Swiss Foreign Minister committed to providing technical support to the Federal Government of Somalia. The minister also pledged to examine what further humanitarian support could be provided to the newly liberated areas and announced his plans to visit Somalia later in the year.

“I welcome Switzerland’s bilateral engagement with Somalia, last month they reappointed an Ambassador to Somalia for the first time in 30 years and today we met to discuss how Switzerland can further support Somalia’s recovery.

“There are almost 10,000 Somali diaspora living in Switzerland and we are very keen to engage with the diaspora and encourage those with the right skills to return to Somalia and inject their skills and experience into the Somali government. We are rebuilding our institutions after 23 years and there are many well trained and highly educated diaspora with skills that could greatly help their country and government on its road to recovery,” the Prime Minister said.

ENDS

Japan-Somalia Summit Meeting and Joint Press Announcement

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Photograph of Prime Minister Abe shaking hands with H.E. Mr. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, President of the Federal Republic of Somalia

Photograph of Prime Minister Abe shaking hands with H.E. Mr. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, President of the Federal Republic of Somalia

  • Photograph of Prime Minister Abe shaking hands with H.E. Mr. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, President of the Federal Republic of Somalia
  • Photograph of the Japan-Somalia Summit Meeting
  • Photograph of the Japan-Somalia joint press announcement (1)
  • Photograph of the Japan-Somalia joint press announcement (2)
  • Photograph of the Japan-Somalia joint press announcement (3)

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe held talks with H.E. Mr. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, President of the Federal Republic of Somalia, and then held a joint press announcement at the Prime Minister's Office.


#Somalia: Nairobi on Wednesday March 10, 2014 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and his delegation headed to Tokyo, Japan where they will meet Japanese Government.
#Somalia: Nairobi on Wednesday March 10, 2014 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and his delegation headed to Tokyo, Japan where they will meet Japanese Government.

#Somalia: Mogadishu on Friday March 7, 2014
Somalis must read this man and what he does at the Office of the President while he does nothing for Somali Media while he took up the title of International Media Advisor at the Office of the President.

This is no a joke for Somalis and Somalia but it is one of the endless corruptions which many corrupted people and nations are currently doing in the Republic of Somalia.

Can you tell us who hired this man as the International Media Advisor at the Office of the President when he does not speak Somalia and he is not a Somali National?

Special thanks to the Somali Cyber Teams Commander E-Samawade and Commander M-Kalligii-Duul for exposing this man's smart way to get a big paycheck from the Somali Government without doing anything.

We respect countries but we do not let our special and geopolitical interests.

Read his name and title here on the BBC Magazine website.

  http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-26354143







Photo: #Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday February 22, 2014 Somali Police sends a condolence to the Family of Galdogob District Station Police Commander Mumin M. Mumin who was assassinated, and the assassin is one of the policeman who is now one of the most fugitives in the country. 

Please if you see or know where we can get the assassin, contact your nearest Police Station or call 888 number.

You can also contact to the Somali National Security Services for any information regarding this matter. 

Thank you all. 

Somali Police 
Communications Office 
Mogadishu, Somalia
#Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday February 22, 2014 Somali Police sends a condolence to the Family of Galdogob District Station Police Commander Mumin M. Mumin who was assassinated, and the assassin is one of the policeman who is now one of the most fugitives in the country.

Please if you see or know where we can get the assassin, contact your nearest Police Station or call 888 number.

You can also contact to the Somali National Security Services for any information regarding this matter.

Thank you all.

Somali Police
Communications Office
Mogadishu, Somalia
   

SIMHA calls for urgent protection of journalists

Saturday, February 22, 2014Somali independent media house association (SIMHA) calls upon the urgent protection of two Somali journalist namely Mohamed Haji Bare who is the director of Radio Danan in Mogadishu and Ibrahim Yare director Radio Hattuf based in Mogadishu.

The two who were arrested three days ago by the Somali national intelligence agency for publishing and broadcasting the photos of
wounded Somali government official have been released today.

They underwent extreme torture by the intelligence agency their phones confiscated, and threatened to be silenced to death if they
continue to write about the government.

As we write this mail the two are now in secret location in Mogadishu for their own security purposes after intelligence officers raided their stations.

We therefore call upon the human rights organizations and media advocacy groups to come into the rescue of the two innocent
journalists.

Attached are the exclusive photos of journalist Mohamed Haji Bare who sustained wounds during violent interrogation by the regional head of Somali intelligence himself Mohamed Adan Koofi and Abdisalam Dheere as well .

Both Danan and Hattuf radio stations are members of Somali independent media house association which brings together more than 27 independent media house association mainly in south and central Somalia.

Hassan Ali Gesey
SIMHA , Chairman
Mogadishu, Somalia
+25261-5080800
Ismail Yusuf , deputy chairman
+25261-5576080
www.simha.so
info@simha.so


2013

 



Dowladda Soomaaliya's photo.
Dowladda Soomaaliya's photo.




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_(For Immediate Release)_

AMISOM condemns attack on Villa Somalia
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**Mogadishu, February 21st 2014 **- The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif has condemned the cowardly attack on Villa Somalia today.

As people gathered for Friday prayers, a Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED) went off at the entrance of the Presidential palace and was followed by ground al shabaab fighters. The Somali National Army soldiers supported by AMISOM troops bravely fought off the attackers.

?I commend the actions of the brave security forces who fought off the attackers, hell-bent on shedding the blood of innocent Somalis. The attack was against, the Somali people, their institutions and their religion. 

[](http://vimeo.com/87270573)

**[AMISOM Head of Mission, Ambassador Annadif Reacts to Attack on Villa Somalia [VIDEO]](http://vimeo.com/87270573)**

Ambassador Annadif added, it is unconceivable to believe that people who say they are Muslims can choose a Friday which is a Holy Day in Islam to carry out this senseless attack.

He appealed to the Somali people to help the Somali armed forces and AMISOM in their efforts to defeat al shabaab and its supporters.

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For more information, please Contact;
Eloi Yao and Colonel Ali Eden Houmed, Spokespersons,
Cell phone: (Somalia) +252 699 890 772; (Nairobi) +254 702 155 126; Email: amisommediacentre@gmail.com






Nairobi on Wednesday February 19, 2014
Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed was welcomed by the Kenya Vice-President H.E. William Ruto where the two leaders discussed bilateral ties.



#Somalia: Mogadishu on Wednesday February 19, 2014 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud clearly said that Somali people & Parliament did not approve Ethiopia to return for more genocides.

Well, we, the Somali people know that the Ethiopian Forces came into Somalia during President H.E. Abdullahi Yusuf Ahme where they committed extreme genocide against the Hawiye tribe in Mogadishu therefore; we are fed up with Ethiopia's illegalities to intervene and arm some Somali tribes to continue internal tribal clashes since 1978 until now.

We, the Somali people, Parliament, the Cabinet and the Republic of Somalia hereby officially telling the world that the Ethiopian Forces came into Somalia illegally once again, and they do not leave us in peace then they will soon realize to withdraw forcibly.

If there is no international law then let's tell you that Somalis can defend themselves from any threats from the minority ruling tribe in Ethiopia.

If lessons not learned yet then we want you to remember in the past to further understand the present issues in the Horn of Africa.

Truly, we do not want our neighboring countries to come into Somalia or support Somali tribes with arms and finance to continue internal clashes in Somalia.

We want Kenya and Ethiopia out of Somalia urgently, and we did not approve these neighboring countries to invade Somalia in the name of different codes.

We are ready to talk with any Somali warring groups nationally and internally, and we are very happy that the everlasting solutions relies on Somalis but not external mafia related countries.

Surely, the United Nations & AMISOM are two international organizations helping for Somalia but they are not the Government of Somalia that represents the Somali people. 

Somalia is fed up with phony projects which the United Nations for Somalia has been swindling since 1991 until now, and we are not ready to accept such practices in the near future.

Faithfully,

President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud
The President of the Federal Republic of Somalia
Communications Office
1 Villa Somalia

: President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud returned in Mogadishu safely from Turkey for special visit.  

: Welcome to watch the 54th Anniversary of Somali National Air Force on 02/15/2015
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Joint UN, AMISOM Working Group on Human Rights holds inaugural meeting
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**Mogadishu, 15 February 2014** - The joint UN and AMISOM working group on the Human Rights Due Diligence Policy (HRDDP) held its inaugural meeting in Mogadishu on 15 February, discussing a range of ways to build national institutions with a strong human rights foundation in Somalia.

On 13 July 2011, the UN Secretary-General endorsed the HRDDP on UN support to non-UN security forces. This policy ensures that the UN lives up to its own normative standards by guaranteeing that its support to non-UN security forces around the world is consistent with the organization?s Charter and its obligations under international law to respect, promote and encourage respect for international humanitarian law, international human rights law and Refugee Law.

Co-chaired by the Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC), Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif, and Deputy Special Representative for the UN Secretary-General for Somalia, Fatiha Serour, the joint working group on the HRDDP is pursuant to UN Security Council Resolution 2124, which requires UNSOM, the UN Support office for AMISOM and AMISOM to collaborate in the implementation of the HRDDP.

In Somalia, the policy applies to support extended to both the Somali National Security Forces and AMISOM by UN offices and agencies. Key measures of the HRDDP include communication of the policy to relevant authorities, the development of procedures for intervention in the event of human rights violations by non-UN security forces, risk assessment and monitoring.

The working group?s co-chairs highlighted that this new initiative is in line with efforts by UNSOM and AMISOM  to strengthen their collaboration in their respective efforts to support the Federal Government in stabilizing Somalia.

?Human Rights issues are a major concern for us. We know that there are obligations with all UN resolutions, and we are doing all we can to respect this,? Ambassador Annadif said at the meeting. ?There is a need to put into place implementation mechanisms. AMISOM has the will to do it, and with the support and collaboration of UN and other partners, we will meet the
challenges.?

?There is a need for mechanisms to implement and monitor our commitments; we need a regular, closed, focused working relationship that leads to results,? said DSRSG Serour. ?This will be the beginning of close and productive relationship.?

For more information:

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**AMISOM **? amisom-au.org**UNSOM **? unsom.unmissions.org

Photo: #Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday February 15, 2014 Somali Chief of Armed Forces General Dahir Adan said clearly that the UN for Somalia wrote a forgery report to swindle more money on behalf of Somalia. 

Surely, the UN for Somalia has been swindling on phony projects in Somalia since 1991 until now, and there has not been any transparency and accountability for the millions which the UN for Somalia staff spent in neighboring countries while they are still trying to derail law and order in Somalia in order to further swindle more money on behalf of the Somali People and the Republic of Somalia. 

Please my dear Somalis, it is the best time to wake up and take effective leadership to stop the UN for Somalia's cheap propaganda to defame the credibility and the stabilization of the Republic of Somalia.

I also call all Somali Armed Forces to return and help us defend our countries from the invading enemies locally, regionally and globally. 

Best Wishes, 
General Dahir Adan   
Somali Chief of Armed Forces
#Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday February 15, 2014 Somali Chief of Armed Forces General Dahir Adan said clearly that the UN for Somalia wrote a forgery report to swindle more money on behalf of Somalia.

Surely, the UN for Somalia has been swindling on phony projects in Somalia since 1991 until now, and there has not been any transparency and accountability for the millions which the UN for Somalia staff spent in neighboring countries while they are still trying to derail law and order in Somalia in order to further swindle more money on behalf of the Somali People and the Republic of Somalia.

Please my dear Somalis, it is the best time to wake up and take effective leadership to stop the UN for Somalia's cheap propaganda to defame the credibility and the stabilization of the Republic of Somalia.

I also call all Somali Armed Forces to return and help us defend our countries from the invading enemies locally, regionally and globally.

Best Wishes,
General Dahir Adan  
Somali Chief of Armed Forces


[](http://amisom-au.org/)

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_(For Immediate Release)_

AMISOM condemns cowardly attack near Mogadishu Airport
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**Mogadishu, February 13, 2014**- The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif has condemned the attack outside the Villa Sultan Restaurant in Mogadishu today.

Around 1240 HRS, a Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) went off outside the restaurant located next to the Aden Abdulle International Airport injuring and killing innocent civilian passersby.

Emergency services and AMISOM security personnel immediately deployed to the area assisting in the evacuation of the injured and securing the area.

?I send my heartfelt condolence to the bereaved friends and families and join the Somali people in unequivocally condemning this craven attack which is a classical display of Al Shabaab?s faltering capabilities,? said Ambassador Annadif while calling on Somalis to join hands with the security forces in countering Al Shabaab?s activities.

?The Somali security officers supported by AMISOM are taking concrete steps in ensuring Somali citizens are protected from the senseless violence perpetrated by the Al Shabaab,? reiterated Ambassador Annadif while commending Somalis? resolution to firmly etch their destiny on the path of peace and stability.

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For more information, please Contact;
Eloi Yao and Colonel Ali Eden Houmed, Spokespersons,
Cell phone: (Somalia) +252 699 890 772; (Nairobi) +254 702 155 126; Email: amisommediacentre@gmail.com
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HEAD OF AMISOM MEETS SOMALI GOVERNMENT MINISTERS, PLEDGES CONTINUED SUPPORT
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**Mogadishu, 11 February 2014:** The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) for Somalia, Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif held a series of meetings with several government ministers, during which plans for AMISOM and the future of Somalia were discussed. 

Today Ambassador Annadif met with Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister, Farah Sh. Abdulkadir Mohamed as well as the Minister of Gender and Human Rights, Khadijo Mohamed Diriye at the AMISOM Headquarters in Mogadishu.

At the meeting with the Gender Minister, Ambassador Annadif applauded efforts by the Federal Government of Somalia in working towards the empowerment of women. ?I recognise the steps taken by your ministry in ensuring that Somali girls and women are safeguarded and empowered. AMISOM will continue to support such efforts towards gender empowerment, as well as promotion of human rights,? he said.

Yesterday, Ambassador Annadif met with the National Security Minister, Abdikarim Hussein Guled. The discussions focused on the planned operations by AMISOM, aimed at ensuring improved security in Somalia. 

?2014 is a decisive year for AMISOM and we look forward to working even closer with the Federal Government of Somalia to ensure that elements of insecurity are eliminated,? said Ambassador Annadif. 

Ambassador Annadif reiterated that the strong working relations between AMISOM and the Somali government would be further strengthened through meetings such as these, enabling the two entities to work together more effectively.

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For more information, please Contact;
Eloi Yao and Colonel Ali Eden Houmed, Spokespersons,
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#Somalia Mogadishu January 31, 2014 On behalf of the Somali People & the Republic of Somalia, we send our condolence to family of Ex- Somali PM Abdirasak Haji Hussen who served as the Somali Democratically elected Prime Minister 1964 - 1967.

He was truly a Somali veteran for many things.

We wish him for Allah's forgiveness and paradise. Amen!

Office of the President
Office of the Prime Minister
Office of the Speaker of Parliament


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AMISOM conducts workshop on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse of its officers
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**Mogadishu January 30th, 2014**: The Gender Unit of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) held a one day sensitization workshop on AMISOM Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Policy for officers drawn from the military and civilian component based at the AMISOM base camp in Mogadishu.

Those sensitisation workshop are part of the ongoing efforts on preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and disseminating the AMISOM zero-tolerance policy.

The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif said that the workshop sought to enlighten the officers on the legal frameworks regarding Sexual Exploitation and Abuse.

AMISOM has clear mandate, laws and guidelines to be followed. The mission takes its obligations to the Somali people seriously and all AMISOM personnel receive pre-deployment training on Sexual Abuse and Exploitation.

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For more information, please Contact;
Eloi Yao and Colonel Ali Eden Houmed, Spokespersons,
Cell phone: (Somalia) +252 699 890 772; (Nairobi) +254 702 155 126; Email: amisommediacentre@gmail.com
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AMISOM regrets fatal accident
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**Mogadishu, 28 January 2014**: The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) for Somalia, Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif has offered his heartfelt apologies to the family of the man killed in a tragic road accident.

The accident occurred today morning along Makka Al-Mukarama road near ambassador hotel, in the capital of Mogadishu, when an armored AMISOM vehicle hit a civilian.

?We deeply regret the tragic accident. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family of the deceased who have suffered such a heartbreaking loss,?said Ambassador Annadif adding that AMISOM will co-operate with the Somali Police as it conducts its investigations and appropriate action will be taken upon completion of the investigation.

He stressed that AMISOM is part of the Somali family and we will do all in our power to ensure that our personnel adhere to the laws of the country, protecting civilians and adhering to the rule of law.

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For more information, please Contact;
Eloi Yao and Colonel Ali Eden Houmed, Spokespersons,
Cell phone: (Somalia) +252 699 890 772; (Nairobi) +254 702 155 126; Email: amisommediacentre@gmail.com**27 January 2014**

**Prime Minister closes 2014 Program conference: &ldquo;I want my government to be close to the people&rdquo;**

His Excellency Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed today chaired the second day of a two-day Cabinet conference on 2014 Program of government at Villa Hargaysa.

The second day of the working session was attended by Cabinet ministers and representatives from the international community, including: United Nations, African Union, European Union, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Norway.

The two day conference has focussed on ensuring the implementation and delivery of the government&rsquo;s ambitious program for 2014, with a specific focus on day two on working with the international community.  Sessions over the two days have covered: Parliamentary procedure, legislative timetable, implementation and delivery of the government&rsquo;s 2014 Program and working in collaboration with international partners.

Closing the conference, the Prime Minister said: &ldquo;I thank our international partners for participating today and your continued support to Somalia.  A strong Somali led and owned relationship between the Federal Government and international partners is essential in the continued rebuilding of Somalia.

&ldquo;Our priorities for 2014 include continuing to secure the remaining areas of Somalia to ensure we can deliver basic services.  We must continue to build our institutions as we cannot provide services if we do not have the institutions and tools to do it.  The government must represent and be strongly linked to the regions, we must put our footprint in the regions so we are not limited to Mogadishu.

&ldquo;The aim of this two day conference has been to focus our minds as a Cabinet on the challenges and priorities ahead.  I want my government to be close to the people.  We have an ambitious program of government and we owe it to the people of Somalia to deliver the reforms and services that will make a difference to their lives.

&ldquo;We do not have the luxury of time, we have to move quickly and effectively.  We all have one interest, one goal and one vision and that is to make Somalia a better place.  A Somalia with dignity that is at peace with itself and its neighbours.  A Somalia where its people have access to basic services  and has the capacity to lift its citizens out of poverty.&rdquo;

**ENDS**

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AMISOM officially welcomes the Interim Jubba Administration
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**Kismayo- 20 January 2014:** Delegates from international community and neighboring countries arrived today in the port city of Kismayo to attend the official launch ceremony of Interim Jubba Administration (IJA) Executive Council following its formation on Saturday 7 December 2013

The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Mission in Somalia (SRCC), Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif congratulated the Administration and the people of Somalia upon this major achievement.

?Today is a day of hope because to the AU and International community, the symbol of reconciliation reflects well on the success of Somalia?s political journey? adding that ?AMISOM is ready to support the Administration and its leadership to make peace happen in the region and Somalia in general? said Ambassador Annadif

Ambassador Annadif reminded the people of Somalia that AMISOM will continue to work side by side with their Government, until peace has been created and Al Shabaab insurgency completely wiped out.

The delegates who attended the ceremony included Senior AMISOM officials, Head of UNSOM, Nicholas Kay, representatives from Ethiopia and Kenya, IGAD envoy to Somalia Ambassador Mohamed Abdi Affey, vice President of Putland Abdihakim Amay and MPs from the Federal Republic of Somalia led by deputy speaker of Parliament Jaylani Nur Ikar.

The launch of IJA is culmination of significant political progress recorded in Somalia regarding the region in the last 5 months. In August 2013, the administration was officially established and recognized by the Federal Government of Somalia.

Following talks in Addis Ababa, the administration was established in the autonomous region in southern Somalia consisting of Gedo, Lower Juba and Middle Juba regions. Its main city is Kismayo, which is situated on the coast near the start of river Juba.

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AMISOM commends enduring role of women in Somalia.
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**Mogadishu, Somalia**- The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif has applauded the relentless efforts of Somali women in shaping the country?s destiny during a meeting with female representatives of the Somali civil society.

Ambassador Annadif praised the women?s relentless effort in widening the democratic space in Somalia. ?The tireless dedication of Somali women saw the record nomination of more than 30 female members of Parliament,? noted Ambassador Annadif. ?As proof of their investment in Somalia?s future, Somali female leaders continue to inspire a younger generation of educated, ambitious and resourceful women who will take the mantle from them,? he added.

?We all know the history of Haawo Tako and Araweelo as well as dozens of dynamic women who have had left a positive imprint in Somalia?s history,? said Ambassador Annadif adding that in various roles, Somali women have displayed that they are a critical pillar in the development of Somalia.

On their part, the civil society members thanked AMISOM for its continued support and called on the mission to take part in the facilitation of civic education ahead of the 2016 elections. ?It is important that as we move along, we work closely with AMISOM to educate Somalis about the political process as we approach the 2016 elections,? said Amina Hajji Elmi, Director of the Save Somali Women and Children (SSWC) organization.

As part of its mandate, the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) continues to engage with government and civil society stakeholders as the process of rebuilding institutions and establishment of public services takes shape in Somalia.

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#Mogadishu on Tuesday, January 21, 2014 Kismayo, Jubbaland State President H.E. Ahmed Mohamed Islan sworn-in the First President of the Jubbaland State on Tuesday January 20, 2014.

aired and televised by Somali Channel. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPF4yxhfVwo&feature=youtu.be


Kismayo Monday, January 20, 2014 Final preparations for the inauguration of Interim Jubba Administration leaders are underway in the port city of Kismayu, the administrative capital of the interim administration.

The inauguration ceremony of the interim administration leaders is expected to take place today in Kismayu.
Delegates from Kenya, Ethiopia, United Nations, African Union, Puntland as well as members from the federal parliament have arrived in Kismayu for the last few days to attend the inauguration ceremony.

Independent Somali politicians and business community leaders are also attending the ceremony.

The Interim Jubba Administration was established last year


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On the Ground in Kenya
Part 2: Terror at the Westgate Mall

01/10/14

Part 2 of an interview with Dennis Brady, the FBI’s legal attaché in Nairobi, Kenya.

Q: On September 21, 2013, al Shabaab gunmen attacked the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi. Over a period of several days, they killed more than 70 people. What was the FBI’s response?

Brady: The attack started on a Saturday. I was called to the embassy, and we immediately began securing resources to assist the Kenyans. Our people were on the scene from the first day. The FBI’s role was—and continues to be—to facilitate, enable, and assist the Kenyan investigation and prosecution regarding a crime that occurred largely against Kenyan citizens on their soil.

 

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Q: After the attack ended, what was the crime scene like?

Brady: Very complicated. Westgate was a large mall, four stories, with underground parking and an attached parking structure. In the process of fighting the attackers, there were explosions and a fire. The area where the attackers were had home furnishings that caught fire. The fire spread and continued to burn, causing that part of the structure to collapse into a pit that smoldered for weeks.

Q: Was it dangerous for investigators working to collect evidence?

Brady: It’s amazing we got our Evidence Response Team [ERT] people down into that pit. It was a very difficult place to work. While ERT was doing its work, every now and then a propane tank would explode or vehicles on the edge of the collapse would fall in and catch fire. But there was a lot of attention paid to the soundness of the structure and where we could reasonably collect evidence. Safety of the investigators was paramount. We had an FBI structural engineer and hazardous materials experts on scene in addition to our other assets. At the height of the initial investigation, the Bureau had more than 80 people on the ground there.

Q: Where does the investigation stand now?

Brady: The Kenyans have charged four individuals in connection with the terror attack, and the case is moving through the court process. The four are directly connected to the individuals who physically carried out the attack. Nobody is under the impression that we have fully identified the entire network in this attack, however. That’s why the investigation continues.

Q: There have been conflicting reports about what happened to the gunmen. Can you comment?

Brady: We believe, as do the Kenyan authorities, that the four gunmen inside the mall were killed. Our ERT made significant finds, and there is no evidence that any of the attackers escaped from the area where they made their last stand. Three sets of remains were found. Also, the Kenyans were on the scene that first day and set up a very secure crime scene perimeter, making an escape unlikely. Additionally, had the attackers escaped, it would have been publicly celebrated and exploited for propaganda purposes by al Shabaab. That hasn’t happened.

Q: All in all, are you pleased with how the legat responded to the crisis?

Brady: Very much so. Our people stood shoulder to shoulder with the Kenyans through some very difficult days. It’s also worth noting that it wasn’t just Americans helping the Kenyans. It was an international effort. But yes, I am proud of how the legat responded and how we were able to assist our host country when they most needed us.


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AU Special Representative pays a courtesy call on new Somalia PM, promises AMISOM support.
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Mogadishu- January 9th, 2014 ; The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) for Somalia, Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif today paid a courtesy call on the new Somalia Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed to congratulate him on his recent appointment and pledge AMISOM support to his new government.

The two leaders were meeting for the first time since the recent appointment of the new Somalia Prime Minister to discuss among other issues the AMISOM mandate and implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2124 and the new AMISOM Concept of Operations.

They also agreed to better coordination between the new Somalia government and the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) to address security, political, civil affairs, humanitarian, gender issues and the ongoing Somalia stabilization efforts.

?I came to meet and congratulate the new Somalia Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed and to assure him of the African Union support including the strengthening of the already excellent collaboration between the Somalia government and AMISOM,? Ambassador Annadif said moments after meeting the new Somalia PM.

Both leaders agreed that the New Year provides an excellent opportunity for the Somalia government to address pertinent issues affecting the Somalia population including the recovery of the areas still under the Al-Qaeda linked Al-Shabaab militants in order to extend crucial government services like provision of security to spur development in those areas.

?I wish to urge the Somalia population to work with the government and AMISOM in order to stem out the dangers posed by the anti-peace elements who have nothing else to offer except death and destruction. AMISOM will continue to stand up with the Somali people until they realize their dream of a stable and free Somalia,? he added.
 

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Press Release
Mogadishu on Thursday January 9, 2014 On behalf of the Somali Office of the Information Technology in Multilingual E-Governance and Directorate of the Somali National Intelligence and Security Agency, Branch of Diplomatic Service, we hereby send our warm congratulations to the People and the Republic of Somalia for showing exceptional resistance to stop any local, regional and global threats to carry out insecurity and other hidden agendas in Somalia which has been failing since 1991 until now.

Special congratulations to three different Special Units who even worked for the sake of Somali safety during Somali civil war until now locally, regionally and globally.

Special congratulations to B-Unit, D-Unit and E-Unit for their extraordinary service, and you join with the NSS/NISA for only one reason which was to secure national safety and use counter-espionage programs which are very import to help Somalia.

Surely, it is very clear that you can only join one of the three above-mentioned units to serve Somalia if you only qualify and speak more than 5 languages as required per officer, if you pass the test of five languages then each language earns for you one star rank plus exceptional access to vital national security information and protection of the common interests of the Republic of Somalia.

If you would like to join us then please feel free to visit us at our Headquarters in Mogadishu.

Special thanks to the President of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Prof. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed, Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Haji, Members of Somali Cabinet, Director of the NSS/NISA General Bashir Gobe and guest of honor who attended the 44th anniversary of the Somali National Intelligence and Security Services which was commonly known as "The NSS".

We also thank to our previous Somali Presidents and Prime Ministers for showing acceptable courage to work with us and let's carry out our policy for tougher national security and safety where terrorists tried many times to harm innocent people but they always fail and regret to face the reality in Somalia where they can not longer hide in.
 
People who serve to save Somalia and made verifiable development in Somalia since 1991 until now are the following:

1. Major-General Bashir Gobe, the Current Director of the Somali National Intelligence & Security Service
2. Ambassador Ahmed Mo'allim Fiqi, the Former Director of the Somali National Intelligence & Security Service
3. General Mohamed Sheikh Hassan, the Former Director of the Somali National Intelligence & Security Service.
4. General Mohamed Saleiban Dafle, the Former Director of the Somali National Intelligence & Security Service.
5. Ambassador Badal Kariye "Baare" Somali Office of the Information Technology in Multilingual E-Governance and Directorate of the Somali National Intelligence and Security Agency, Branch of Diplomatic Service.
6. General Kalif Ahmed Ereg, the Current Deputy Director of the Somali National Intelligence & Security Service & Head of Banadir Special Operations Unit

We also pray for paradise to all of our deceased personnel including directors who serve with courage and understanding the nature of complex issues in Somali national security interests. 

1. General Ahmed Jilocow (Died)
2. Genera; Mohamed Jabril Muse (Died)
3. General Adan Mohamed Irda (Died)
 
Sincerely,
Somali National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA/NSS)        

  
   
Mogadishu January 8, 2013 The President of the Federal Government of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has congratulated Abdiweli Mohammed Ali Gaas for his victory in Puntland’s presidential elections and declared the result a victory for the new Somalia.

I extend my personal congratulations to Abdiweli Mohammed Ali Gaas and I look forward to working closely with him as the government continues to build a federal Somalia. Puntland is a model for the rest of the country and what happens there matters very much.” He said in a press release.

The president further congratulated all the other presidential candidates for conducting their campaign trials in a civilized manner.

“I also pay tribute to all of the other candidates who contested these elections for the civilized manner in which the campaign was conducted. Puntland has shown the rest of Somalia and the world that the democratic culture is alive and well here and this is what must guide us as we rebuild our country.”

He praised the Puntland Parliament for its “remarkably responsible role” managing the electoral process.

“The people’s representatives have spoken with their votes today, bringing to a close a productive political campaign in which the many issues facing Puntland were vigorously debated. The traditional elders of Puntland, the Electoral Commission and the courageous security forces deserve every credit for making this process such a success.”

The President thanked outgoing President Faroole for his leadership during the past five years, for staging the elections on time and accepting the results of the vote with “great dignity”.

Abdiweli Ali Gaas, former Somali Prime Minister beat his main rival the outgoing President Abdirahman Sheikh Mohamed Farole in a closely contested election by 33 to 32 votes.

Press Release
Garowe on Wednesday January 8, 2013
Puntland State Presidential Elections: Welcome to the newly re-elected President of Puntland State Government his Excellency Prof. Abdiweli ALi Gas on Wednesday January 8, 2014 at Garowe Puntland State of Somalia.

Congratulations to the Newly Elected President of the Puntland State Government H.E. Abdiweli ALi Gas

Best Wishes,

President Prof. Abdiweli ALi Gas
Puntland State Government

#Somalia: Mogadishu on Sunday January 5, 2014 Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh confirmed that he will soon appoint a new Ministers soon with zero previous corruptions, and the Somali people and the world will be happy to work with in order dot revive law and order in Somalia.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh said clearly that Somalia need clean Ministers with no history of corruptions and failures before, and he determined to appoint new Ministers with clean background and a verifiable educational qualifications.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed Mohamed wants to notify you that he met with the UN Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General Ambassador Nickolas Kay whom he discussed with the forthcoming clean Cabinet and how to get more friendly collaborations and seek more financial, technical and military support for the Somali Government.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh said that the Somali people and the world at large won't like to see and witness the return of some failed previous cabinet members who served under the ex-Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shurdon.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh said that he would like to see the Somali President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud to let his job to choose the right candidates for Members of the forthcoming cabinet while Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh confirmed that all previous cabinet Ministers can be appointed as Somali Ambassadors to abroad or sever other key posts which the Somali Government posts them.

Let's work for better Somalia with zero corruptions in peace!

Sincerely,

Office of the Prime Minister
Communications Department
     

Minneapolis on Sunday January 4, 2014 Somali Diasporas Community in Northern America came and participated the welcoming ceremony of the newly appointed Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed Mohamed.

Many guest of honor came to take part this wonderful welcoming ceremony, and guest of honor included the newly appointed Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodge and U.S. Congress Keith Ellison and others.

Congratulations to Somali Diasporas in the Norther America for welcoming our Newly Appointed Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed Sheikh Mohamed.
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#Somalia: Sunday, January 5, 2014 Banadir Governor & Mogadishu Mayor H.E. Mohamud Nur Tarzan talked about many issues and exposes corruptions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqxww-_igBY#t=127

Mogadishu On Saturday, January 4, 2014 Welcome to the New Somali Political Party which was founded by a Member of Somali Parliament & a politician Salad Ali

#Somalia: On Friday January 3, 2013 Khaatumo State President H.E. Mohamed Yusuf Jama press release http://kalshaaleonline.com/dhegayso-hadalka-md-indhosheel-abwaan-jaamac/

New York, 2 January 2014 - Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on the bombings in Mogadishu, Somalia

The Secretary-General is appalled by the bombings yesterday in front of the Jazeera Hotel in Mogadishu.  He expresses his heartfelt condolences to the families of those killed and wishes those injured a swift recovery. 

The Secretary-General pays tribute to the Somali security forces, which reacted quickly to restore order and incurred several casualties in the explosions, and to AMISOM which supported them.

The Secretary-General is determined to support the Somali Government in preventing such attacks and holding the perpetrators accountable. These acts of terrorism against the Government and people of Somalia will not detract from the significant progress made in Somalia. In this new year, the Secretary-General strongly affirms his undeterred resolve to support the Federal Government of Somalia and the Somali people in strengthening state institutions and furthering peace and security.


Statements on 2 January 2014


**PRESS RELEASE**

**(For Immediate Release)**

**Mogadishu, 1st Jan 2014-** The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif has condemned the attack on Jazeera Hotel in Mogadishu this evening.

Two Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED) went off minutes apart outside the hotel frequented by government officials and aid workers. First responders including Somali national security forces, AMISOM and emergency medical teams were on the ground minutes after the first attack before the second explosion. Authorities are working to establish the total number of those injured, while staff at AMISOM&rsquo;s Level II hospital remain on standby to receive the casualties.

&ldquo;We condemn this cowardly attack aimed at dulling the optimism of the Somali people as we look forward to a new year,&rdquo; said Ambassador Annadif while singling out the courage of the Somali security forces and AMISOM troops for their quick response.

This is the second time the hotel, which is close to the Aden Abdulle International Airport, has been targeted. In September 2012, a suicide attack was launched on the hotel where Somalia&rsquo;s President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud was holding a press conference with Kenya&rsquo;s then Foreign Minister Samuel Ongeri, claiming the life of an AMISOM soldier and injuring several Somali security officers.

For more information, contact Col. Ali Houmed at (+252) 618 508 181
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#Breaaking News: Wednesday, January 1, 2014 Five died & several injured nearby Al-Jazeera Hotel in Mogadishu, & we are waiting for Somali Police official report.
#Somalia: Mogadishu on Wednesday January 1, 2013 The Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Fowsia Haji Adan warned the propagandists to stop defaming.

Surely, we are trying our best to revive the best image and diplomacy of Somalia, and we need your help to help others in need.

#‎Somalia‬: Mogadishu on Wednesday January 1, 2013 The Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Fowsia Haji Adan warned the propagandists to stop defaming.

Surely, we are trying our best to revive the best image and diplomacy of Somalia, and we need your help to help others in need.

SANNAD WACAN OO BARWAAQO LEH 2014
HAPPY NEW YEAR FOR PROSPERITY IN 2014
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 Tuesday, December 31, 2013 UN Secretary-General Ban appoints Swiss national to senior humanitarian, development position in Somalia


Garowe, New Puntland Members of Parliament announced on Monday December 30, 2013 by Vetting and Conflict Resolution Committee.
http://www.garoweonline.com/artman2/publish/Wararka_19/Liiska-Xildhibaanada-puntland-oo-lagu-dhawaaqey.shtml


#Somalia on Monday December 30, 2013 The Full Recorded Video Coverage of Somali Police's 70th Anniversary submitted by OSGIT http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7a_e-FZCnE 

PRESS RELEASE

(For Immediate Release)

**AU Special Representative condemns the bomb attack in Dayniile.**

**Mogadishu- December 28th, 2013;** The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) for Somalia, Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif has condemned the bomb attack on civilians in the Dayniile district.

Yesterday, at 1100 hours, a Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) went off in a cafeteria frequented by members of the Somali National Army (SNA). 6 soldiers and 5 civilians lost their lives while 15 civilians were injured.

&ldquo;Somalia has made significant progress this year and we cannot allow ourselves to go back on this achievement,&rdquo; said Ambassador Annadif, adding that such senseless attacks only strengthened the resolve of Somalis to take charge of their destiny and improve their lives.

Ambassador Annadif also reiterated that all of AMISOM&rsquo;s resources including emergency medical care remain at the disposal of the Somali people and called for more support to enable the Somali security forces respond better to such incidents.

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: Sunday, December 29, 2013 Banadir Governor & Mogadishu Mayor H.E. Mohamud Nur "Tarzan" issued this warning to the Somali Forces

#Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday December 28, 2013 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and his delegation returned to Mogadishu today after official visit to Nairobi, Kenya.

#Somalia: #Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday December 28, 2013
Abdirazak Warsame Mohamed replaced his deceased Member of Parliament while the Somali Parliament discussed about more issues to solve internal issues and how to seek solutions to end problems in Somalia.

#Somali Saturday, December 28, 2013
American Community in North America will hold a welcome ceremony for Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Mohamed on Saturday January 4, 2013 at Minneapolis Convention 4:000 PM to 12:00 AM  ttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTeyEk7UVFw&feature=share









Photo: Nairobi on Saturday December 28, 2013 Somali President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud met Kenyan President H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta at Nairobi Statehouse where they discussed how to solve South Sudan conflict and root out Al-Shabab Group our of Somalia and the in the Horn of Africa.
Nairobi on Saturday December 28, 2013 Somali President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud met Kenyan President H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta at Nairobi Statehouse where they discussed how to solve South Sudan conflict and root out Al-Shabab Group our of Somalia and the in the Horn of Africa.





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Dear Somalis, Dear Speaker of Parliament, Dear Deputy Speakers of Parliament, Dear Members of Parliament & Dear Federal President,

Mogadishu on Wednesday December 25, 2013 I, the Federal Prime Minister of the Republic of Somalia his Excellency Dr. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed hereby officially confirm you that I will be selecting to appoint new and highly qualified Somali Ministers to serve my cabinet in regard to the Federal Provisional Constitution.

I would also encourage all Somali Doctorate or PhD holders to submit their applications indicating their tribe, sub-clan and nationalities which they holding currently to the Office of the Somali Prime Minister for cabinet considerations and selective placements within the Somali Federal Government.

Wisely, I will choose a new and fresh cabinet with clean and verified background in order to revive law and order in the Federal Republic of Somalia before AMISOM mandate expires and the international community get fed up from Somalia's internal and political disputes.

Let me tell you that previous Somali Ministers who failed to work together with their ousted Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon won't join my new cabinet therefore; the Somali people and the world are waiting for a new cabinet with clean background so, if we do not stop silly options to derail peace in Somalia then I will invite the Somali Traditional Elders, Members of Somali Federal Parliament and the international community in Mogadishu to come and participate a meeting which they can get and witness the Somali Cabinet List who are all with clean background and holding doctorates or PhDs.

The Forthcoming Cabinet list will be acceptable Ministers, and they will all be doctorate or PhD holders so, please my dear Somalis and the International Community, if I choose Somali Ministers with clean background holding doctorates or PhDs then I am sure that we can work together and look forward for better Somalia.

Sincerely,

Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh

Office of the Prime Minister



Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia: Quarterly Update

Fact Sheet
Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
December 24, 2013
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The Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia was created on January 14, 2009 pursuant to UN Security Council Resolution 1851. This voluntary "ad hoc" international forum brings together over 80 countries, organizations, and industry groups with a shared interest in combating piracy. Chaired in 2013 by the United States, the Contact Group coordinates political, military, and non-governmental efforts to tackle piracy off the coast of Somalia, ensure that pirates are brought to justice, and support regional states to develop sustainable maritime security capabilities. The European Union will assume the chairmanship in 2014.

Through its five thematic working groups, the Contact Group draws on a wide range of international expertise and adopts a problem-solving approach to piracy, working closely with Somali officials from the central government and regional administrations and officials in Indian Ocean States. Working Group 1, chaired by the United Kingdom, focuses on operational naval coordination, information sharing, and capacity building; Working Group 2, chaired by Denmark, addresses legal and judicial issues; Working Group 3, chaired by the Republic of Korea, works closely with the shipping industry to enhance awareness and build capabilities among seafarers transiting the region; Working Group 4, chaired by Egypt, aims at raising public awareness of the dangers of piracy; and Working Group 5, chaired by Italy, focuses on disrupting the pirate criminal enterprise ashore, including the illicit financial flows associated with maritime piracy.

This unique international partnership is contributing to a significant decline in piracy off the Horn of Africa. Thanks in part to the Contact Group?s concerted efforts, there has not been a successful pirate attack on a commercial vessel off the Horn of Africa in more than a year and a half, and pirates no longer control a single hijacked vessel.

*Recent Developments*

? On November 18, the United Nations Security Council adopted Resolution 2125, renewing the call for international action to fight piracy off the Coast of Somalia.

? The Contact Group convened November 10-15 for Counter Piracy Week in Djibouti. This first ever extended duration gathering of the CGPCS included meetings of all five working groups, a number of stand-alone thematic discussions, and the 15th Plenary. In all, the event drew 55 delegations totaling approximately 220 participants. Notably, the first ever plenary session in the Horn of Africa included active participation by the Federal Government of Somalia and a number of regional partners in the fight against piracy. Participants agreed that, while significant progress has been made in the last two years, the underlying conditions that allowed piracy to flourish remain. Somalia will continue require significant capacity building assistance to ensure pirate gangs cannot return to peak. The 15th Plenary also marked the handover of the Contact Group chairmanship from the United States to the European Union, which will chair during 2014.

? On October 11, India detained the Sierra Leone-flagged S/V SEAMAN GUARD OHIO and later charged 33 men aboard for failing to produce papers authorizing the carriage of weapons in Indian waters. A U.S. maritime company, Advanfort, operates the ship with a crew that includes British, Estonian, Indian and Ukrainian nationals.

? On November 13, Japan?s parliament enacted a bill to allow security guards to carry rifles aboard Japanese-registered vessels to counter piracy in waters off Somalia and elsewhere. The new law allows armed guards employed by foreign security contractors to fire warning shots at approaching pirates.

? On December 3, France announced it would change its laws to allow private armed guards to protect its shipping fleet against pirates. News reports indicated that although tougher ship security and Western naval patrols have reduced attacks from Somali pirates, French ships are increasingly being targeted in the Gulf of Guinea off West Africa, where France has trade ties with former colonies.

*Apprehensions at Sea*

? On October 18, the Combined Task Force (CTF)-151 reported the capture of nine suspected pirates believed responsible for two attacks in the Indian Ocean. The RFA FORT VICTORIA, HMAS MELBOURNE and ROKS WANG GEON from CTF-151 were involved, as well as the European Union flagship HMLMS JOHAN DE WITT and a Seychelles based maritime patrol aircraft. Pirates exchanged gunfire with security personnel aboard a super tanker on October 11 before attacking a Spanish fishing vessel three days later. CTF-151 apprehended the suspects and destroyed two skiffs and associated pirate equipment.

? On November 10, the Danish warship HDMS ESBERN SNARE, part of NATO?s OPERATION OCEAN SHIELD, arrested nine suspected pirates in the Indian Ocean. The warship tracked down a pirate skiff and mother ship (a whaler) overnight after the suspects attacked the MV TORM Kansas, a Danish flagged oil tanker on November 9. A skiff of five armed pirates had approached the tanker, exchanging fire with private security guards on board before breaking off. On November 30, Seychelles agreed to try the suspects, which were then handed over.

*Piracy Trials and Prosecution Support*

? On November 26, seven Somalis convicted of piracy in Kenya were repatriated to Somalia by the UNODC upon the completion of their sentence. They were flown to Galkayo.

? Also in Kenya, judgment in the piracy case concerning an attack on the vessel ARIA has been delayed until 23 December 2013.

? Forty Somalis held in Maldives have been repatriated to Somalia by UNODC. They were detained on suspicion of engaging in piracy, but were not charged as Maldives has no legislation on the subject. They were held as prohibited immigrants prior to their return to Somalia. UNODC is engaging with Maldives to develop its piracy legislation.

? On November 14, a U.S. District Court Judge passed life sentences on the last two Somali pirates convicted of killing four Americans on a yacht off the Horn of Africa in 2011. The third convicted pirate was sentenced on November 12. All three were given 21 life sentences. Eleven others previously pled guilty and are serving life sentences.

? On November 5, there was a procedural delay in the Mauritius trial of nine suspected Somali pirates. One of the accused demanded the presence of the French officer who arrested him. The court advised the defendant to enter a motion to that effect.

? On October 30, a court in Madrid convicted six Somalis for piracy and sentenced them to between eight and 12 and a half years in jail for attacking a Spanish warship in 2012 off the coast of Somalia. The six were caught following a firefight when they tried to board the SPS PATINO, a Spanish navy supply ship supporting the European Union's OPERATION ATALANTA.

? On October 23, four Somali pirates were sentenced to seven years each in prison on by a Kenyan court that found them guilty of hijacking a fishing dhow in the Indian Ocean in 2010. The men were arrested by Spanish naval forces and handed over to Kenyan authorities.

? On October 18, a French court sentenced three Somali pirates to nine years in prison each for the 2009 hijacking off the Somali coast of a French yacht that led to the death of its skipper. The three pirates had asked for leniency, saying they were forced into piracy by lives of abject poverty. French troops stormed a sailboat in April 2009 and captured the trio during a bid to free the captain, his wife, their three-year-old son and two crew members.

? On November 26, a federal jury in the U.S. State of Virginia acquitted Ali Mohammed Ali of piracy charges in connection with the takeover of a Danish merchant ship, the CEC FUTURE, in the Gulf of Aden in 2008. Ali worked as a translator for both ship owners and pirates as they negotiated terms for release of the ship and crew. The jury deadlocked on two hostage-taking charges against Ali. U.S prosecutors said that they will retry Ali on those two allegations.

? On November 29 in Seychelles, the conviction for piracy of a Somali man was overturned on appeal. The man, who was originally sentenced in December 2010, claimed to be 16 years old at the time of the offences. He is being held in custody due to his immigration status and will be repatriated to Somalia by UNODC at the earliest opportunity.

*Related Meetings*

? On October 15-16, the United Nations? Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute hosted the second of a series of workshops for legal experts in Rome on to draft a code of conduct on Rules for the Use of Force by Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel on board merchant ships.

? On November 8 and 9, UNODC conducted a tour for CGPCS Trust Fund donors in Puntland and Somaliland. Representatives from Denmark, DPA, the EU, Germany, UNODC HQ, Norway, the UK and the US were able to visit the projects in Garowe, Berbera and Hargeisa that they have supported through the Trust Fund.

*Significant Developments*

? On the night of 8 November 2013, Al-Shabaab fighters launched a deadly attack on Bosasso Prison in Puntland, which was substantially rebuilt in previous years by UNODC using money from the CGPCS Trust Fund. The Deputy Commander of the prison and one guard were killed. Prison defense forces fought off the attack and no prisoners escaped.

? The UN Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs told Counter-Piracy Week in Djibouti participants that the Trust Fund to Support Initiatives of States Countering Piracy off the Coast of Somalia (Trust Fund) will fund the Hostage Support Programme, administered by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, for an additional 18 months.

? The Trust Fund Board of Directors also approved a project submitted by INTERPOL and the International Maritime Bureau which will support debriefing of former hostages held by Somali pirates in support of law enforcement investigations.

? RAPPICC, the Regional Anti-Piracy Prosecutions Intelligence Coordination Centre, changed its name to REFLECS3, the Regional Fusion Law Enforcement Centre for Safety and Security at Sea, to better describe its new three-part mission ? combating transnational organized crime; improving maritime shipping information sharing; and coordinating local and regional capacity building programs. Additionally, the Seychelles government agreed to enact legislation to incorporate the Centre as a legal entity. The Steering Group also decided to invite countries from the East African and South Asian regions to join as new members.

? On November 22, the EU/UNODC launched its Programme to Support Maritime Security, known as MASE. The 5 million Euro (approx. 6.8 million USD) MASE programme will address maritime crime in the Indian Ocean including piracy, drugs and arms smuggling, human trafficking, illegal fishing and maritime pollution.

*Hostages in Custody*

? At least 49 seafarers remain in pirate custody, including:

-- 27 (Taiwanese, Chinese, Cambodian, Filipino, Vietnamese and Indonesian) from the F/V NAHAM 3, Omani-flagged, hijacked March 26, 2012, now aground in Somalia;

-- 11 (7 Bangladeshi, 2 Sri Lankan, 1 Indian, 1 Iranian) from the M/V ALBEDO, Malaysian-flagged, hijacked November 26, 2010, which sank at anchor on July 8, 2013, with a further 4 (Sri Lankans) missing;

-- 4 (Thais) from the M/V PRANTALAY 12, Thailand-flagged, held since April 18, 2010; which was grounded after the anchor chain broke July, 20, 2011; and

-- 7 (Indians) held since September 29, 2010 from M/V ASHPALT VENTURE, Panama-flagged; the ship and other crew were released April 15, 2011.

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For further information, please visit www.thecgpcs.org [ http://www.thecgpcs.org/ ] or contact the specific offices below.

2013 Chair: Ms. Donna Hopkins HopkinsDL@state.gov

Working Group 1: Ms. Sonia Farrey Sonia.Farrey@fco.gov.uk

Working Group 2: Mr. Jonas Bering Liisberg jobeli@um.dk

Working Group 3: Ambassador Huh Chul chuh81@mofa.go.kr

Working Group 4: Ambassador Hussein Mubarak h9mubarak@yahoo.com

Working Group 5: Mr. Giuseppe Maresca Giuseppe.maresca@tesoro.it

UNODC: Mr. Alan Cole alan.cole@unodc.org

REFLECS3: Mr. Garry Crone Garry.Crone@rappicc.sc

Oceans Beyond Piracy: Mr. Jon Huggins, jhuggins@oneearthfuture.org

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: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 Somali Cyber Teams thanks & congratulates to this Somali Immigration Officer for his work to help others at Aden Abdulle International Airport 

: Monday, December 23, 2013 khaatumto State President H.E. Mohamed Yusuf Jama (Indho-Shabel) press released this video. 

: Monday, December 23, 2013 The Inventor of AK-47 died in Russia, and he invented the best automatic gun used in everywhere. 


Office of the Prime Minister
Press Release

Mogadishu on Saturday December 21, 2013 I, Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh Mohamed the Newly Approved Prime Minister of the Federal on December 21, 2013 for 239 yes votes out of 248 in today's parliamentary session hereby officially welcome the Somali people an the world at large for helping us with technical, financial and military support to root out Al-qadea linked Al-Shabab Group in Somalia and the Horn of Africa before they transfer their extremism to other continents as they have already done it online recruiting young Somali men from many countries in abroad.

We also ascertain you that we will choose a new cabinet of Somali technocrats with PhD holders in order to revive the lost image of the Republic of Somalia soon.

The forthcoming Somali Minister in my cabinet will all be Doctorate or PhD holders who have attained the nest experiences in regard to their respective academic qualifications while verifying their background and assets before we swear-in as Somali Ministers.

I also thank to the out-going Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon for his political patience and understanding Somalia's internal corruptions better than many of us, and we will be consulting with all previous living Somali Presidents and Prime Ministers in order to solve Somalia's complex issues within the remaining 2 and half years as of today.

If the Somali President H.E. Hassan Sheikh tries to intervene my official duties then I wont' hesitate to expose it and share my personal and political views of how we disagree about my option to form the first cabinet of Doctorate or PhD holders with clean background.

Please dear Somalis, let's beg Allah for a peaceful Somalia, and let's try to stop tribal clashes in many places through Somalia.

I send my special thanks to the Members of the Somali Parliament for approving me today overwhelmingly. and I hope to work with them well.

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Faithfully,

H.E. Dr. Abdiweli Ahmed Sheikh
Office of the Prime Minister
   
UN Envoy congratulates new Prime Minister of Somalia on appointment

Mogadishu, 21 December 2013 - The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Somalia, Nicholas Kay, congratulates the new Prime Minister, Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed, on his appointment today following a vote in the country’s Federal Parliament.

“I congratulate the new Prime Minister,” said Mr. Kay. “HE Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed takes office as Somalia approaches 2014, which will be a pivotal year in Somalia’s progress towards peace and prosperity. The United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) will continue to support the Federal Government in its peace- and state-building efforts.”

Mr. Kay commented on the outgoing Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon Saaid’s commitment to the Provisional Federal Constitution and the constructive manner in which he has handed over his responsibilities to his successor.

“I understand Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed will consult widely in forming his new cabinet, and aim to establish a broadly inclusive government capable of delivering rule of law, good governance and public services,” he added.

Mr. Kay urged Parliament, the Government and the Presidency to continue to work constructively together in full respect of the Provisional Federal Constitution. He praised the responsible role being played by the Federal Parliament in this important phase of Somalia’s history.

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Photo: Moqdisho Jimco Diseembar 20, 2013 Taliyaha ciidanka Booliska Soomaaliyeed ayaa hambalyo ku aadan Munaasabadda xuska sanad guurada 70-aad ee ka soo wareegatay aas aaskii ciidanka Booliska Soomaaliyed u diray dhamaan ciidamada iyo xaasaskooda,  xilli maanta si weyn looga xusayo Munaasabadaasi  gudaha dalka Soomaaliya.

Taliyaha ciidnka Booliska Soomaaliyeed C/xakiin Daahir Saacid ayaa hambalyo ku aadan 70 guuradii ka soo wareegtay aas aaskii ciidanka booliiska u diray saraakiisha, Saraakiil xigeennada, Alifleyda, Dableyda iyo xaasaskooda, wuxuuna u rajeeyay in sanadkan sanadkiisa ay ku gaaraan horumar iyo baraare.

Dhinaca kale taliye Saacid ayaa ciidamada Booliiska Soomaaliyeed ku amaanay sida ay u guteen howlaha adag oo ay bulshada u hayaan, isagoo u rajeeyay iney gaaraan horumar dhan kasta ah.

Maanta oo ah 20-ka December waxey ku asteysantahay 70-guuradii ka soo wareegtay markii la aas aasay ciidanka Booliiska Soomaaliyeed, waxaana maanta magaalada Muqdisho ka soconaya munaasabado lagu xusayo maalinta boolisika Soomaaliyeed.


Mogadishu on Friday December 20, 2013 Somali Police celebrates its 70th today, and we congratulate to all Somali Police Personnel who serve the common interest for all under the law.











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Photo: Juba, South Sudan on Friday December 20, 2013 Somali Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Fowsia Haji Aden reached and she will be trying to solve the on-going crisis in Jubba.
Juba, South Sudan on Friday December 20, 2013 Somali Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Fowsia Haji Aden reached and she will be trying to solve the on-going crisis in Jubba.

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#Somalia: Garowe on Thursday December 19, 2013 Banadir Governor & Mayor H.E. Mohamed Nur "Tarzan" donated $ 2 hundred thousand to the victims of Floods in Puntland and man Nur Icar, Deputy Mayor of Mogadishu City Admin and Financial delivered the money to Puntland State Authortiy.


Photo: Moqdisho Arbaco Diseembar 18, 2013 Madaxweynaha Jamhuuriyadda Federaalka Soomaaliya, Mudane Xasan Sheekh Maxamuud ayaa maanta ka guddoomay waraaqihiisa aqoonsiga safiirka Cusub ee Dowladda Denmark ay u soo magacaawaday Soomaaliya, iyadoo madaxweynaha uu kulan kula qaatay xafiiskiisa safiirka Cusub Geert Agaard Andersen.

Sidoo kale inta uu socday kulanka ayaa madaxweyne Xasan Sheekh Maxamuud iyo safiirka dowladda Denmark ee Soomaaliya Geert Agaard Andersen, waxa ay ka wada hadleen xiriirka labada dowladood iyo balaarinta taageerada ay Soomaaliya siiso dowladda Denmark, iyadoo kulanka ay ka qeyb-gashay wasiirka Arrimaha dibadda Soomaaliya, Fowsiyo Yuusuf Xaaji Aadam
Mogadishu on Wednesday December 18, 2013 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud accpeted the credential of the Danish Ambassador to Somalia Ambassador his Excellency

Geert Agaard Andersen

UN Special Representative concerned over local conflicts in Somalia

Mogadishu, 18 December 2013 - UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Somalia Nicholas Kay today expressed concern about recent local conflicts in the country.

Violent clashes in several parts of Somalia could threaten the country's progress towards peace and stability as well as the rights of thousands of affected citizens, according to the Special Representative. Clashes have been reported near Jowhar in Middle Shabelle, some areas around Beledweyne in Hiraan and around K50 in Lower Shabelle.

Reports indicate that clan-based militia are evicting farmers and villagers from productive farm land.

The clashes continue to cause death, injury, displacement and the destruction of property and crops in the fields. Those affected often come from smaller, or minority, clans and communities.

SRSG Kay said “the Federal Government of Somalia must continue to take these incidents seriously. Somali national security forces on the ground need to be inclusive and to uphold law and order. Elders and leaders need to find peaceful solutions.”

“The Federal Government should investigate fully what has happened. Those who have broken the law should face justice. The government must also protect the land and livelihoods of the rightful occupants,” Kay added.

SRSG Kay said: “I welcome the concern expressed publicly by President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, most recently yesterday, and the efforts already underway to resolve disputes. Without a decisive response, these incidents may provoke a backlash that could grow into a new and more severe round of local conflicts. The UN will continue to monitor the situation and offer support to peace building and reconciliation efforts.”
: Al-Shabab Group Commander was interviewed today by Channel 4 News on Monday December 16, 2013.



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AU Special Representative presides over the handover ceremony of AMISOM Military Command
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**Mogadishu-December 16th, 2013;** Lieutenant General Silas Ntigurirwa from Burundi National Defense Forces (BNDF) has today taken command of the military component of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), following a handover ceremony presided over by the Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) for Somalia, Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif.The ceremony was also attended by the Minister of Defense of the Federal Government of Somalia-Honorable Abdihakim Faqi, the Minister of National Defense and Former Combatants of Burundi-Honorable Pontien Gaciyubwenge who also represented Troop Contributing Countries to AMISOM, the UN SRSG for Somalia-Ambassador Nicholas Kay, the EU Special Envoy for Somalia-Ambassador Michelle Cervone and the AU Head of Peace Support Division-Mr. Sivuyile Bam.

The AU Special Representative congratulated Lt. General Ntigurirwa on his appointment, saying that his experience and knowledge would be of great value to the international effort in restoring peace and stability in Somalia while thanking the Outgoing Force Commander Lt. General Andrew Gutti for his dedication to the mission during his tenure at the helm.

Born in 1968, Lt. Gen. Silas Ntigurirwa brings vast experience from the Burundian army, in which he has served in different capacities, with the last posting being the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Defense and Former Combatants.He comes in at a time when the United Nations Security Council approved an additional 4,400 troops for the mission, boosting its number from the current 17,731 to 22,196. The troops currently serving under AMISOM in Somalia come from Djibouti, Burundi, Sierra Leone, Kenya and Uganda.

Lt. General Gutti had led the AU peacekeeping forces since May 2nd last year. During his leadership, AMISOM forces supporting the Somali National Army have registered significant achievements countrywide allowing political process to take place.

During the handover ceremony, Lt General Gutti was recognized for his good service, commitment and gallantry. He was lauded for the significant progress made in pushing out the extremist group al-Shabaab during his tenure, which led to the capturing of key strategic positions in South and Central Somalia.?I would like to express my gratitude for your service and contribution towards peace in Somalia. You have set an example and the new AMISOM leadership should maintain the momentum? said Ambassador Annadif.

Lt General Gutti said ?With the current set up I see Somalia gaining its former glory. Within the shortest time Somalia has been recognized by the international bodies, missions have come here for the first time and there are over 30 missions operating here now. I envision that this will continue and with the extra troops to be deployed, AMISOM will achieve much more?.

On his part, the incoming Force Commander, vowed to continue building the momentum in order to achieve the objectives of the Mission and help bring about security and stability to Somalia and to the region at large adding that the recent AMISOM expansion will enable the troops to liberate more areas and serve Somalia better.

The Minister of Defense of the Federal Government of Somalia, Honorable Abdihakim Faqi expressed his confidence in the incoming Force Commander and thanked the outgoing Force Commander for his role especially during the period when AMISOM supported the Somali National Forces in kicking-out Al-Shabaab terrorists from strategic areas.

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AU Special Representative welcomes the appointment of H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed Mohammed as Prime Minister
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**Mogadishu-December 15th, 2013**: The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) for Somalia, Ambassador Mahamet Saleh Annadif has welcomed the appointment of His Excellency Abdiwelli Sheikh Ahmed Mohammed as Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia.

Ambassador Annadif while congratulating Dr. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed Mohammed on his new position noted that the appointment comes at a right time to avoid creating a leadership vacuum. He said; ?I applaud the move by President Hassan Sheikh Mohammud to fast track the appointment of a new Prime Minister thereby avoiding leadership vacuum. The position of the Prime Minister is very crucial in the running of the Federal Government especially at this critical point in Somalia?s political process.?

The AU Special Representative said that the background of H.E. Abdiwelli Sheikh Ahmed Mohammed gives confidence that he will ably handle the affairs of the office of the Prime Minister and propel the country during this critical political process to the future. ?Having gone through his CV, I have no doubt that he has what it takes run the office of Prime Minister for Somalia.? He said.

Ambassador Annadif is optimistic that members of the Federal Parliament of Somalia will move with speed to approve the nomination of H.E. Abdweli Sheikh Ahmed Mohammed once his name is forwarded to the National Assembly. He reaffirmed the commitment of AMISOM to supporting the Federal Government of Somalia and looks forward to working with H.E. Abdiwelli Sheikh Ahmed Mohammed as Prime Minister.

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The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) today announced that Ambassador Mohamed Abdi Affey as its special envoy to Somalia.

H.E. Ambassador Affey is a veteran parliamentarian and politician who was Kenya's ambassador to Somalia in 2003, facilitated the Mbagathi Somalia peace process and led the Kenyan delegation that participated the inauguration of the Somali Government of president Abdulkassim Salat Hassan.

Welcoming the newly appointed envoy the Executive Secretary of IGAD, Ambasador Mahboub Maalim emphasized the critical significance of Ambassador Affey's role in consolidating the peace in Somalia and wished him well in this important assignment.
























 


XAFIISKA RA'IISAL DOWLADDA SOOMAALIYA
مكتب رئيس الوزراء الصومالي

OFFICE OF THE SOMALI PRIME MINISTER


Thursday, December 12, 20137:30:00 AM
#Somalia: Mogadishu Thursday December 12, 2013 H.E. President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud appointed New Prime Minister H.E. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed Sheikh Mohamed.




Dear MSF,

#Somalia: On Thursday December 12, 2013 Somali People & the Republic of Somalia sends special thanks to Medicine Sans Frontiers (MSF) for helping Somalis since 1991, and it was not a wise decision to withdraw from helping the needy Somali people in Somalia.

Truly, Medicine Sans Frontiers (MSF) is one of the extraordinary and exemplary international organizations. 

Thank you all Medicine Sans Frontiers (MSF) local, regional and global Employees for doing extraordinary services to humanity.

http://www.msf.org/

Best Wishes,

OSGIT Direcror
The People & the Republic of Somalia

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#Somalia On Wednesday December 11, 2013 What do you know about Somalia's Next Prime Minister Ambassador Dr. Badal Kariye from Darod/Leelkase clan?

For more information and his profile please read: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Badalkariye

Approved by OSGIT Director

#Somalia On Tuesday on December 10, 2013 Somali People & the Republic of Somalia celebrates the World Human Rights Day on December 10, 2013, & we wish everyone the best.

OSGT Director


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Mogadishu on Monday December 9, 2013 Somali High Court in Banadir Judge Hon. Hashi Elmi Nur has sentenced Female journalist Fadumo Abdikadir for 6 months and the rape case reporting journalist Mohamed Bashir for 6 months. in regard to  constitutional articles of 451 & 219.

For more information please visit this link to read it in Somali:

http://radiomuqdisho.net/maxkamadda-gobolka-banaadir-oo-xukun-ku-riday-milkiilaha-idaacadda-shabeelle-cmaalik-sawirro/



Photo: #Somalia:President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud accepted the credentials of Egypt Ambassador to Somalia H.E. Mahmoud M. Auf on 12/09/2013 at Villa Somalia, Mogadishu.
#Somalia:President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud accepted the credentials of Egypt Ambassador to Somalia H.E. Mahmoud M. Auf on 12/09/2013 at Villa Somalia, Mogadishu.

Photo: Mogadischu am Montag, 9. Dezember 2013 Präsident HE Hassan Sheikh Mohamud akzeptiert die Anmeldeinformationen des deutschen Botschafters in Somalia seine Exzellenz Andreas Peschke ar Villa Somalia.

Wahrlich, Deutsch und seine Menschen unterstützt Somalia in vielen Projekten zuvor, und wir begrüßen und wünschen ihnen alles Gute

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Mogadishu on Monday December 9, 2013 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud accepted the credentials of German Ambassador to Somalia his Excellency Andreas Peschke ar Villa Somalia. 

Truly, German and its people supported Somalia in many projects before, and we welcome and wish them all the best

Approved by OSGI
Mogadishu on Monday December 9, 2013 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud accepted the credentials of German Ambassador to Somalia his Excellency Andreas Peschke ar Villa Somalia.

Truly, German and its people supported Somalia in many projects before, and we welcome and wish them all the best

Approved by OSGI

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 #Somalia: Sunday, December 8, 2013 Welcome to Somalia's Next Prime Minister Dr. Badal Kariye is well-known Writer, Journalist, Security Expert & Diplomat. Read his blog: http://badalwkariye.somaliauthors.com/

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AU Special Representative condoles with Djibouti following the loss of one of their soldiers in Beletweyne
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**Mogadishu 6 December 2013**; A Djiboutian soldier in Beletweyne has lost his life as he and his fellow soldiers carried out a morning sweep operation to collect and disarm undetonated ammunition. 

The incident occurred as experts of the Djiboutian mine action team were handling undetonated rocket propelled grenades when one exploded severely injuring three soldiers. One of the injured soldiers succumbed to his injuries on the way to AMISOM level 1 hospital in Beletweyne.

The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) for Somalia, Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif expressed his heartfelt condolences to the Djiboutian contingent and the people of Djibouti following the loss of life of one of their soldiers.
 

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AU Special Representative condoles with Somalia on the loss of a Member of Parliament of the Federal Government of Somalia
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**Mogadishu 6 December 2013-**The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) for Somalia, Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif, condemns the killing of Mohamed Warsame Feisal a Member of the country?s Federal Parliament.
Mr. Warsame was killed this afternoon in Mogadishu when an explosive device planted in his vehicle detonated. At least three others are reported to have been injured in the attack.
?AMISOM today stands with the Somali people?, said Ambassador Mahamat Saleh Annadif as he sends his condolences to the Federal government of Somalia and the family of Mohamed Warsame Feisal. 

 

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Dear Somalis, Members of Parliament, Speaker of Parliament & Office of the President,
On Sunday December 8, 2013 The Forthcoming Prime Minister H.E. Ambassador Dr. Badal Kariye from Darod Leelkase Clan & the New List of his Cabinet Ministers will be the Forthcoming Cabinet of the Republic of Somalia if I am appointed as the Next Prime Minister of the Republic of Somalia.

Dir Tribe Ministers

1. MP. Hon. Abdallahi M. Omar, The Deputy Prime Minister & Somali Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (Dir/Isaq)
2. Hon. Dr. Abdiasiis Sheikh Yusuf, Somali of Transportation Sea, Land & Airports (Dir/Fiqi Muhamed)
3. Hon. Faysal Omar Guled, Somali Ministry of Ministry of Regional Cooperation and Development (Gedabursi)
4. MP. Hon. MP. Hon. Fowsia Haji Adan, Somali Ministry of Sports & Youth Development (Dir/Isaq)
5. Hon. Abdullahi Nur Ebyan Somali Ministry of Energy & Petroleum Development (Dir/South)

Hawiye Tribe Ministers

1. MP. Hon. Asha Haji Elmi, Somali Ministry of Justice, Awqaf and Religious Affairs (Saleban)
2. Hon. Abdikaim Guled, Somali Ministry of Interior & National Security (Sacad)
3. Hon. Dr. Abdirahman Mohamed, Ministry of Public Works and Housing (Hawadle)
4. Hon. Mohamed Sh. Osman Somali Ministry of Presidency (Badi-Ade)
5. Hon. Drs. Maryan Arif Somali Ministry of Fisheries & Ports (Murursade clan)

Darod Tribe Ministers

1 Hon.Jamac H. Kalif Somali Ministry of Industry & Trade (Dhulbahante)
2. Hon. Col. Abdullahi Elmoge, Somali Ministry of Information, Posts and Telecommunications (Ogaden/Reer Abdulle)
3. MP. Hon. Mohamed Hassan Suleman, Somali Ministry of Agriculture (Majerten/Mohamud Saleban)
4. Hon. MP. Hon. Sadiyo A. Isse , Ministry of the Cabinet Affairs  (Awrtable)
5. Hon. Gen. Abdiasis A. Barre, Somali Ministry of Defense  (Marehan)

Digil& Mirifle Tribe

1. Hon, Sharif Hassan Sheikh Adan, Somali Ministry of Finance and Planning
2. MP. Hon Mumino Sheikh Omar, Somali Ministry Local Government & Regional Cooperation
3. Hon. Mohamed I. Habsade, Somali Ministry of Natural Resources, Mining & Water
4. MP Hon. Abdihakin Fiqi Somali Ministry of Diaspora Affairs & Rehabilitation
5. MP. Hon. Col. Osman Hussein Osman, Somali Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Reconciliation & Integration

Fifth Communities Ministers

1. PM. Hon Prof. Farah Abdulkadir, Somali Ministry of Higher Education & Technology (Rer-Aw Hassan)
2.Hon Buri Hamza, Somali Ministry of Women, Family & Social Work (Rer-Hamar)
3. Hon Dr. Maryan Qasim, Somali Ministry of Health (Reer-Hamar)
4. PM. Hon. Khadija Mohamed Diruye, Somali Ministry of Rural Development & Environment (Yaxar)
5. MP. Hon Muhiyadin H. Kalmooy, Somali Ministry of Presidency (Jarer-weyn)

I chose these distinguished cabinet because I believe that they will work for Somalia to the best of their ability, and I expect this cabinet to be exemplary development locally, regionally and globally.
      
I really do not believe or accept the Somali Clan Power-Sharing Formula of 4.5 therefore; I think that every clan in Somalia has a right to be equal to other tribes.

I hope that President H.E. Hassan Sheikh will choose the right candidate for the Next Prime Minister of the Republic of Somalia.

Yours Sincerely, 
Ambassador Dr. Badal Kariye 
The Official Candidate of the Office of Prime 

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Dear President Hassan,
Minneapolis on Wednesday December 4, 2013
On behalf of the Somali People, the Somali Parliament and the Office of the President, I, Dr. Badal Kariye hereby officially announce you that I am one of the Official Candidates to the Post of the Next Somali Prime Minister which I truly believe that I can fulfill and take up this vacancy as soon as possible  in order to revive law and order in the Republic of Somalia. You can read name of our forthcoming Cabinet in this letter which addressed to you.

Your excellencies,

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If you appoint me as the Next Prime Minister of the Republic of Somalia, please I can confirm you that these people whose names are mentioned-below herein will be the Next Cabinet of the Republic of Somalia in the near future.
 
I really thank to the U.S. Government, the United Kingdom, African Union, the European Union, the United Nations, AMISOM and the International Community at large for helping us to return law and order in Somalia while we must root out Al-qadea operatives in the Horn of Africa and the world at large.

If I am really appointed as the 16th Prime Minister of the Republic of Somalia then I can certify you that our future cabinet will be 25 ministers which Somali clans can share ministerial posts equally as you can see and read the names of the next distinguished Ministers for the Cabinet of the Republic of Somalia in 2013 until 2016. Insha Allah!
 
If you need the biography of Ambassador Dr. Badal Kariye please visit:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Badalkariye

The Forthcoming Cabinet of the Republic of Somalia is as the following if I am appointed as the Next Prime Minister of the Republic of Somalia:

Prime Minister's Tribe: Darod/Leelkase

Dir Tribe Ministers

1. MP. Hon. Abdallahi M. Omar, The Deputy Prime Minister & Somali Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (Dir/Isaq)
2. Hon. Dr. Abdiasiis Sheikh Yusuf, Somali of transportation sea, land & airports (Dir/Fiqi Muhamed)
3. Hon. Faysal Omar Guled, Somali Ministry of Ministry of Regional Cooperation and Development (Gedabursi)
4. MP. Hon. MP. Hon. Fowsia Haji Adan, Somali Ministry of Sports & Youth Development (Dir/Isaq)
5. Hon. Abdullahi Nur Ebyan Somali Ministry of Energy & Petroleum Development (Dir/South)

Hawiye Tribe Ministers

1. MP. Hon. Asha Haji Elmi, Somali Ministry of Justice, Awqaf and Religious Affairs (Saleban)
2. Hon. Abdikaim Guled, Somali Ministry of Interior & National Security (Sacad)
3. Hon. Dr. Abdirahman Mohamed, Ministry of Public Works and Housing (Hawadle)
4. Hon. Mohamed Sh. Osman Somali Ministry of Presidency (Badi-Ade)
5. Hon. Drs. Maryan Arif Somali Ministry of Fisheries & Ports (Murursade clan)

Darod Tribe Ministers

1 Hon.Jamac H. Kalif Somali Ministry of Industry & Trade (Dhulbahante)
2. Hon. Col. Abdullahi Elmoge, Somali Ministry of Information, Posts and Telecommunications (Ogaden/Reer Abdulle)
3. MP. Hon. Mohamed Hassan Suleman, Somali Ministry of Agriculture (Majerten/Mohamud Saleban)
4. Hon. MP. Hon. Sadiyo A. Isse , Ministry of the Cabinet Affairs  (Awrtable)
5. Hon. Gen. Abdiasis A. Barre, Somali Ministry of Defense  (Marehan)

Digil& Mirifle Tribe

1. Hon, Sharif Hassan Sheikh Adan, Somali Ministry of Finance and Planning
2. MP. Hon Mumino Sheikh Omar, Somali Ministry Local Government & Regional Cooperation
3. Hon. Mohamed I. Habsade, Somali Ministry of Natural Resources, Mining & Water
4. MP Hon. Abdihakin Fiqi Somali Ministry of Diaspora Affairs & Rehabilitation
5. MP. Hon. Col. Osman Hussein Osman, Somali Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Reconciliation & Integration

Fifth Communities Ministers

1. PM. Hon Prof. Farah Abdulkadir, Somali Ministry of Higher Education & Technology
2. PM. Hon Buri Hamza, Somali Ministry of Women, Family & Social Work (Carab)
3. Hon Dr. Maryan Qasim, Somali Ministry of Health (Reer-Hamar)
4. PM. Hon. Khadija Mohamed Diruye, Somali Ministry of Rural Development & Environment (Yaxar)
5. MP. Hon Muhiyadin H. Kalmooy, Somali Ministry of Presidency (Jarer-weyn)

I really do not believe or accept the Somali Clan Power-Sharing Formula of 4.5 therefore; I think that every clan in Somalia has a right to be equal to other tribes.

I hope that you will choose the right candidate for the Next Prime Minister of Somalia
Yours Sincerely,

Ambassador Dr. Badal Kariye
The Internationally renowned Writer of 31 Books, Journalist, Security Expert and Diplomat
Minnesota, USA 


Dear Somalis and World Citizens,
Minneapolis, MN USA on Friday December 6, 2013
On behalf of the Somali People and the Republic of Somalia, we officially celebrate with Professor Said Salah Ahmed for his 50 years of extraordinary teaching
Photo: Dear Somalis and World Citizens, 
Minneapolis, MN USA on Friday December 6, 2013 On behalf of the Union of Somali National Authors, the Somali Internet Society and the Somali National Library, we hereby officially announce you that the one of Somalia's most prominent and extraordinary teaching teacher who has taught students more than 50 years, and he is still teaching at the University of Minnesota will be awarded and honored tonight at the University Avenue Hall on Friday December 6, 2013. 

Special thanks to his endless contributions to the Somali people and the world at large.

Yours Faithfully,
The Union of Somali National Authors,  the Somali Internet Society and the Somali National Library. 

http://www.somaliauthors.com


Photo: President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud replaced Admiral Farah Qare and appointed Admiral Madey Nurey Sh. Ufurow as the New Commander of the Somali Navy as of today on Saturday December 7, 2013.

We wish all the best to outgoing previous Admiral Farah Qare who tried his best and defended  the interests of Somali people.

President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud replaced Admiral Farah Qare and appointed Admiral Madey Nurey Sh. Ufurow as the New Commander of the Somali Navy as of today on Saturday December 7, 2013.

We wish all the best to outgoing previous Admiral Farah Qare who tried his best and defended  the interests of Somali people.

:Mogadishu Friday, December 6, 2013 Unknown assailants shot and killed on Friday a Ugandan female lecturer Layla, teaching at the university of Somalia in Mogadishu

#Somalia Mogadishu on December 6, 2013 We, the Somali People & the Republic of Somalia send to family MP Hon. Faysal Warsame who was killed in front of Villa Somalia today by car bomb.

MP Hon. Faysal Warsame passed away at Hospital for the injury, and he was suppose to join and be part of the Next Somali Cabinet.

We are still waiting for the Somali Police and the Somali National Security Services (NSS) to give us more information how was it possible to drive car mounted explosives to come in front of the Villa Somalia and exploded at gate.

We will soon update the full report. 

Photo: #Somalia:Mogadishu on Thursay December 5, 2013 We, the People & the Republic of Somalis sends our condolence to the Family of President Nelson Mandela & the Republic of South Africa who passed away.

#Somalia: Thursday, December 5, 2013 Breaking News: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II received and accepted the Credential of Somali Ambassador to the United Kingdom H.E. Abullahi Mohamed Ali on Thursday December, 5, 2013 in London.
#Somalia: Breaking News: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II received and accepted the Credential of Somali Ambassador to the United Kingdom H.E. Abullahi Mohamed Ali on Thursday December, 5, 2013 in London.
 
Approved by OSGIT Director
http://www.royal.gov.uk/LatestNewsandDiary/Gallery.aspx

#Somalia: Tuesday, December 3, 2013 Latest Press Release from The Consequences of Political Infighting. What is next? We will soon know it. http://www.heritageinstitute.org/political-infighting/
UN Special Representative for Somalia on the departure of Somalia’s Prime Minister

Mogadishu, 2 December 2013 – UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Somalia Nicholas Kay paid tribute today to Somalia’s outgoing Prime Minister, Abdi Farah Shirdon Saaid, and noted the responsible role played by the Federal Parliament and the Speaker Mohamed Osman Jawari in handling the "no confidence" motion.

"It was important this unprecedented piece of parliamentary business was managed in accordance with the provisional constitution and the rules of procedure of the Parliament," he said.

"Somalia’s institutions are coming of age. The UN is here to support their development, and looks forward to working constructively with the new administration. Outgoing Prime Minister Shirdon had worked hard to promote growth and progress and played an important part in creating the New Deal Compact between international partners and Somalia."

SRSG Kay further noted the urgency of nominating and appointing a new Prime Minister as quickly as possible to maintain political and state-building progress in Somalia. "I hope the President will consult widely before choosing. It is in all our interests that the next PM and government is broadly inclusive, able to unite the country and capable of delivering what Somalia needs – peace, rule of law, economic growth and good public services."

He also urged the Federal Parliament to make a supreme effort in the public interest to make progress on the many law-making and other constitutional tasks that the country urgently needs. 

"Over the coming years, it is important that Parliament, Government and the Presidency continue to work constructively together in full respect for the Provisional Federal Constitution," SRSG Kay noted.



Ergeyga Gaarka ah ee Qaramada Midoobay u Qaabilsan Soomaaliya oo ka hadlay xil ka tagidda Ra’iisal Wasaaraha Soomaaliya


Photo: #Somalia Mogadishu Sunday, December 1, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Hassan Abdi Farah said that he will stay until 2016, and it is the best time to stop derailing peace in Somalia. Unfortunately, two-thirds of the Members of Somali Parliament rejected him to come and talk in front of the Members of the Parliament as confirmed by the Speaker of the Somali Parliament H.E. Prof. Mohamed Sheikh Osman.

So, still we have no losers or winners but Somalia's internal politics based on nomadic and clan diplomacy may derail peace if one of them is not ready to relinquish their tenacious struggle to fight until one wins in the next round.

Breaking News: Mogadishu on December 2, 2013 Somali Parliament voted vote of no confidence against the Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon.

184 voted against the Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon.out to resign while 65 voted him to so stay.

So, the Somali Federal Government has no Prime Minister as of today on Monday December 2, 2013, and the Federal Cabinet is now dissolved through parliamentary vote of no confidence as announced by the Federal Speaker of Parliament H.E. Prof.Mohamed Sheikh Osman.

Best Wishes,

OSGIT Director
#Somalia: Mogadishu on December 2, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon released this press conference with recorded audio today about the political conflict between President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon.

So, what is up now? If President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud requested you to resign without derailing peace in Somalia then why the Federal Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah is rejecting to comply with the President's decision which is to resign?

Surely, it is very clearly that Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon rejected to resign until 2016 as he is saying now so, if the Parliament is not ready to solve this endless conflicts between President and Prim Minister?

Truly, Somalis are supporting him 92.8% but the Members of the Somali Parliament are only supporting him 49.9% so, what is next?

Truly, still we are waiting for loser or winner soon but the Next Somali Prime Minister must be educated and politically diplomat who has never committed crimes in Somalia and around the world.

Truly, Somali people and the international community are now disappointed, and we will know more about this political conflict where it ends soon.
 
Mr. Prime Minister Abdi Farah, please resign now because if you reject and say that you are not resigning then the Somali Government will be more weak and under the protection of AMISOM!

Well, the Federal Parliament rejected you to speak in front of them so, why are you repeating to go in front of the Somali Parliament?

Whether you like it or not the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed has the right to fire and replace you while he will bring a new one from Darod Tribe in regard to 4.5 Somali Clan Formula 4.5?


 http://warsahal.net/dhageyso-18/
 Monday, December 2, 2013 Somali Speaker of Parliament H.E. Mohamed Sheikh Osman opened parliament today to discuss the Premier for his Vote of No Confidence


Photo: #Somalia Mogadishu Sunday, December 1, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Hassan Abdi Farah said that he will stay until 2016, and it is the best time to stop derailing peace in Somalia. Unfortunately, two-thirds of the Members of Somali Parliament rejected him to come and talk in front of the Members of the Parliament as confirmed by the Speaker of the Somali Parliament H.E. Prof. Mohamed Sheikh Osman.

So, still we have no losers or winners but Somalia's internal politics based on nomadic and clan diplomacy may derail peace if one of them is not ready to relinquish their tenacious struggle to fight until one wins in the next round.
#Somalia Mogadishu Sunday, December 1, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Hassan Abdi Farah said that he will stay until 2016, and it is the best time to stop derailing peace in Somalia. Unfortunately, two-thirds of the Members of Somali Parliament rejected him to come and talk in front of the Members of the Parliament as confirmed by the Speaker of the Somali Parliament H.E. Prof. Mohamed Sheikh Osman.

So, still we have no losers or winners but Somalia's internal politics based on nomadic and clan diplomacy may derail peace if one of them is not ready to relinquish their tenacious struggle to fight until one wins in the next round.

#Somalia
Mogadishu Sunday, December 1, 2013
Prime Minister H.E. Hassan Abdi Farah said that he will stay until 2016, and it is the best time to stop derailing peace in Somalia. Unfortunately, two-thirds of the Members of Somali Parliament rejected him to come and talk in front of the Members of the Parliament as confirmed by the Speaker of the Somali Parliament H.E. Prof. Mohamed Sheikh Osman

Photo: Photo: Dear Somalis & World Leaders, 
On Sunday 1, 2013 November On behalf of the Executive Honorary Board of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA), we hereby officially announce you that Professor Said Salah and his wonderful team will host the 5th Annual Somali Cultural Heritage Symposium for Somali Culture & Literary Study Circle and Somali Speaking pen. We are cordially inviting you to dinner, celebration, honoring and celebrating with Professor Said Salah Ahmed for his extraordinary 50th Yeas of contributions as a teacher and distinguished artist in 21st century. This wonderful event will be hosted on Friday December 6, 2013 at: Profile Event Center 2630 University Avenue SE Minneapolis, MN 55416 Approved by: The Executive Honorary Board of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA) http://www.somaliauthors.com/ http://www.uqqs.so/ http://www.somaliauthors.so/ http://www.somaliwriters.so/
Dear Somalis & World Leaders,
On Sunday 1, 2013  November On behalf of the Executive Honorary Board of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA), we hereby officially announce you that Professor Said Salah and his wonderful team will host the 5th Annual Somali Cultural Heritage Symposium for Somali Culture & Literary Study Circle and Somali Speaking pen.

We are cordially inviting you to dinner, celebration, honoring and celebrating with Professor Said Salah Ahmed for his extraordinary 50th Yeas of contributions as a teacher and distinguished artist in 21st century.

This wonderful event will be hosted on Friday December 6, 2013 at:

Profile Event Center
2630 University Avenue SE
Minneapolis, MN 55416

Approved by: 

The Executive Honorary Board of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA)
http://www.somaliauthors.com/
http://www.uqqs.so/
http://www.somaliauthors.so/
Dear Somalis & World Leaders,
On Sunday 1, 2013 November On behalf of the Executive Honorary Board of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA), we hereby officially announce you that Professor Said Salah and his wonderful team will host the 5th Annual Somali Cultural Heritage Symposium for Somali Culture & Literary Study Circle and Somali Speaking pen. We are cordially inviting you to dinner, celebration, honoring and celebrating with Professor Said Salah Ahmed for his extraordinary 50th Yeas of contributions as a teacher and distinguished artist in 21st century. This wonderful event will be hosted on Friday December 6, 2013 at: Profile Event Center 2630 University Avenue SE Minneapolis, MN 55416 Approved by: The Executive Honorary Board of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA) http://www.somaliauthors.com/ http://www.uqqs.so/ http://www.somaliauthors.so/ http://www.somaliwriters.so/
Dear Somalis & World Leaders,
On Sunday 1, 2013 November On behalf of the Executive Honorary Board of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA), we hereby officially announce you that Professor Said Salah and his wonderful team will host the 5th Annual Somali Cultural Heritage Symposium for Somali Culture & Literary Study Circle and Somali Speaking pen.

We are cordially inviting you to dinner, celebration, honoring and celebrating with Professor Said Salah Ahmed for his extraordinary 50th Yeas of contributions as a teacher and distinguished artist in 21st century.

This wonderful event will be hosted on Friday December 6, 2013 at:

Profile Event Center
2630 University Avenue SE
Minneapolis, MN 55416

Approved by:

The Executive Honorary Board of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA)
http://www.somaliauthors.com/
http://www.uqqs.so/
http://www.somaliauthors.so/

Photo: #Somalia: Mogadishu on November 30, 2013 We send our condolence to the Family of Ex Somali Education Minister Abdullahi M. Mire who passed away in Virgina on 11/30/2013.
#Somalia: Mogadishu on November 30, 2013 We send our condolence to the Family of Ex Somali Education Minister Abdullahi M. Mire who passed away in Virgina on 11/30/2013.


Breaking News: on Mogadishu on Saturday November 30, 2013
Somali Speaker of Parliament H.E. Prof. Mohamed Shiekh Osman postponed a motion to carry out vote of no confidence against Premier H.E. Abdi Farah.

So, what is going on?

We will soon know it and update after discrepancies of the list show that some Members of the Parliament are not in the Country.

So, we will know tomorrow what the situation will be.
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Photo: #Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday 30, 2013 The Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Fowsia Haji Adan returned to Mogadishu and she was very happy to discuss more achievements and how to seek the international funds which was funded by many friendly countries.

#Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday 30, 2013 The Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Fowsia Haji Adan returned to Mogadishu and she was very happy to discuss more achievements and how to seek the international funds which was funded by many friendly countries.

#Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday November 30, 2013 the Minister of Justice H.E. Abdullahi Ebyan Nur returned to Mogadishu after attending Arab conference in Yemen for days.
 #Somalia: Mogadishu on Saturday November 30, 2013 the Minister of Justice H.E. Abdullahi Ebyan Nur returned to Mogadishu after attending Arab conference in Yemen for days.

Mogadishu on Friday November 29, 2013 Somali Cabinet chaired by the Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farahs Shirdon has officially appointed the New Somali Central Bank Governor yesterday on Thursday November 28, 2013 as televised by the Spokesman of the Office of the Prime Minister H.E. Ridwan Haji Abdi. 

However; we are still waiting for a mandatory confirmations from the Office of the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud to accept this appointment which was approved by the Somali Cabinet. 

Unfortunately, there is still lack of mutual cooperation and leave personal interests to solve complex issues in Somalia. 

So, the Somali people and the worlds are waiting for what the Somali President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamd would like to say about the appointment of this veteran who has been working in Somalia's banking system since 1962 until 2004 when he has serving as the Somali Central Bank Governor during President H.E Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed. 

Bashir Isse a veteran banker who held from various branches of Somali Centran Bank and he knows the Somali and world banking systems. 

We will update and let you know whatever the Office of the President announces in the Near future.

Mogadishu on Friday November 29, 2013 Somali Cabinet chaired by the Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farahs Shirdon has officially appointed the New Somali Central Bank Governor yesterday on Thursday November 28, 2013 as televised by the Spokesman of the Office of the Prime Minister H.E. Ridwan Haji Abdi.

However; we are still waiting for a mandatory confirmations from the Office of the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud to accept this appointment which was approved by the Somali Cabinet.

Unfortunately, there is still lack of mutual cooperation and leave personal interests to solve complex issues in Somalia.

So, the Somali people and the worlds are waiting for what the Somali President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamd would like to say about the appointment of this veteran who has been working in Somalia's banking system since 1962 until 2004 when he has serving as the Somali Central Bank Governor during President H.E Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed.

Bashir Isse a veteran banker who held from various branches of Somali Centran Bank and he knows the Somali and world banking systems.

We will update and let you know whatever the Office of the President announces in the Near future.

Photo: #Somalia:Mogadishu on Thursday November 28, 2013 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud took part the graduation of Simad University in Mogadishu where student graduated today.
#Somalia:Mogadishu on Thursday November 28, 2013 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud took part the graduation of Simad University in Mogadishu where students graduated today.

#Somalia: Mogadishu on Thursday November 28, 2013 Somali Cabinet held a meeting today chaired by Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah where they also appointed the New Central Bank Governor Bashir Isse and approved the annual budgel in 2014.

#Somalia Mogadishu Thursday on November 28, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah gains 95.9% from Somali people & Members of Parliament as confirmed by the President's Spokesman! in Brussels.
#Somalia Mogadishu Thursday on November 28, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah gains 95.9% from Somali people & Members of Parliament as confirmed by the President's Spokesman! in Brussels.


: Wednesday, November 27, 2013 Special thanks to the Somali Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Fowsia Haji Aden saying this clearly to the corrupted foreign ambassadors and NGOS in Somalia to swindle on phony projects: Do not get angry about facts and the corruptions so, read this how they get angry when we talk the truth


EU Commissioner for Development Andris Piebalgs
EU Commissioner for Development Andris Piebalgs (Reuters)

A diplomatic spat has erupted in Brussels between a high Somali official and the EU commissioner for development over the level of foreign aid given to the wartorn African country.

Fawzia Yusuf Adam, Somalia's minister of foreign affairs and deputy PM, said that her country had received "nothing from the European Union - only promises".

Reacting to earlier remarks by Adam, EU commissioner for development Andris Piebalgs told IBTimes UK exclusively: "I'm very upset because that is false.

"The political process starting in Somalia is not only because of political abilities but investment in different parts of Somalia which brings people to support the federal government," he said during a private meeting at the European Development Days in Brussels.

"We have a substantial development project in parts of Somalia. We disburse nearly €50m and the biggest parts goes to areas such as Somaliland, Puntland, in education, rural development, healthcare, access to water. Lots of money being invested.

"She's right we don't channel any money to federal government but that's because in order to use that you need public finance management and an accountability system and today that's not the case," he went on.

"I pledged to work with the government as close as a I can and I will honour it. We bring very substantial support to Somalia, although we don't channel any money through the government."

The European Commission provides development aid in Somalia under the 10th European Development Fund (EDF). The total allocation for Somalia for the 2008-13 period is €521m.

The EU support supports Amisom (the African Union Mission in Somalia), which aims to create the conditions for peace and stability, and has channelled €594m into it.

Adam said that Somalia had been pledged €1.8bn in a conference in September but claimed "so far, we have received nothing".

"We ask European countries to honour their pledge," she said. "We are looking forward to see that [for it to be] realised for development reconstruction and security.

"During the previous transitional government, €200m was pledged in 2010 but we never received it. We want friends to honour their pledge so that we can build our country."



Photo: #Somalia: Mogadishu on Wednesday November 27, 2013 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud requested to the U.S. & other donors to investigate how NGOS & foreign ambassadors have been swindling money in Somalia since 1991 until now without transparency and accountability.

 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud requested confirmed that he will soon appoint a new Somali Central Bank Governor which the Somali Federal Parliament will discuss and legally approve in the forthcoming parliamentary session. 

 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud requested said that Somalia is fed up with the endless corruption of the UN for Somalia, international NGOS and foreign Ambassadors in Somalia who are trying to swindle on phony projects. 

Fortunately,  President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud confirmed that he is willing to announce the names and list of corrupted foreign officials who tried several time to even swindle foreign aid and other international funds for Somalia. 

 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has clearly announced that he officially requested the resignation of the Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon for his corrupted leadership to manage day to day cabinet activities and derailing projects into backwardness.
 
 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud requested wished to share his political development is on the right directions however; third political parties are disrupted and they have special inteterests in Somalia to either swindle or derail peace in Somalia so that they can spend and enjoy Somalia's funds in our neighboring countries as they have been doing since 1991 until now. 

As for the recently resigned Somali Central Bank Governor H.E. Yusra Abrar has left her job and spread rumors that we are corrupted which is not true and a pure lie.

Surely, H.E. Yusra Abrar made her won company which was working in the communications sector but there is no evidence or a website where we could know more about what she did before we have chosen her after we got foreign recommendations from corrupted people for more information please read this link: http://allafrica.com/stories/201311040275.html

her so-called companies are the following and a Director of Warsun Telecom Services, Inc. (WTSI) and there are no websites to ope and read what they do so, if the international and foreign ambassadors stop telling us to recruit corrupted people then we will soon release their name and what they need to do in Somalia. 

Best Wishes,

 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud 
Office of the President
#Somalia: Mogadishu on Wednesday November 27, 2013 President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud requested to the U.S. & other donors to investigate how NGOS & foreign ambassadors have been swindling money in Somalia since 1991 until now without transparency and accountability.

President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud requested confirmed that he will soon appoint a new Somali Central Bank Governor which the Somali Federal Parliament will discuss and legally approve in the forthcoming parliamentary session.

President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud requested said that Somalia is fed up with the endless corruption of the UN for Somalia, international NGOS and foreign Ambassadors in Somalia who are trying to swindle on phony projects.

Fortunately, President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud confirmed that he is willing to announce the names and list of corrupted foreign officials who tried several time to even swindle foreign aid and other international funds for Somalia.

President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has clearly announced that he officially requested the resignation of the Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon for his corrupted leadership to manage day to day cabinet activities and derailing projects into backwardness.

President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud requested wished to share his political development is on the right directions however; third political parties are disrupted and they have special inteterests in Somalia to either swindle or derail peace in Somalia so that they can spend and enjoy Somalia's funds in our neighboring countries as they have been doing since 1991 until now.

As for the recently resigned Somali Central Bank Governor H.E. Yusra Abrar has left her job and spread rumors that we are corrupted which is not true and a pure lie.

Surely, H.E. Yusra Abrar made her won company which was working in the communications sector but there is no evidence or a website where we could know more about what she did before we have chosen her after we got foreign recommendations from corrupted people for more information please read this link: http://allafrica.com/stories/201311040275.html

her so-called companies are the following and a Director of Warsun Telecom Services, Inc. (WTSI) and there are no websites to ope and read what they do so, if the international and foreign ambassadors stop telling us to recruit corrupted people then we will soon release their name and what they need to do in Somalia.

Best Wishes,

President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud
Office of the President

#Somalia: Mogadishu on Monday November 25, 2013 Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon will announce his New Cabinet soon after he survived illegal motion yesterday. 

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon gained 92.8% support from the Somali people and the Members of the Somali Parliament yesterday, and Somali people decided to support him until 2016 so, what is next? 

We will soon know when he announces his newest cabinet of PhD holders. 

Who will be in the Next 23 Ministers of the Cabinet?  

Best Wishes,

Office of the Prime Minister 
Spokesperson
#Somalia: Mogadishu on Monday November 25, 2013 Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon will announce his New Cabinet soon after he survived illegal motion yesterday.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon gained 92.8% support from the Somali people and the Members of the Somali Parliament yesterday, and Somali people decided to support him until 2016 so, what is next?

We will soon know when he announces his newest cabinet of PhD holders.

Who will be in the Next 23 Ministers of the Cabinet? 

Best Wishes,

Office of the Prime Minister
Spokesperson
#Fact and Analysis: Mogadishu Friday November 22, 2013 Somali Parliament received a motion from 172 Members of Parliament to fire Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah so, what is next ? Fact!

Who will be the next Prime Minister? 

1. Someone who has PhD from Darod tribe and record of distinguished international reputation who has never take up any posts within previous governments or corrupted deals. 

2. Someone who was a criminal mindset of many local and tribal problems who took up previous jobs within the various Somali governments where he stole many and made significant corruptions within his job.

3. Someone who was appointed by third political parties and countries which normalized to buy the political top seats of the Republic of Somalia.
#Fact and Analysis: Mogadishu Friday November 22, 2013 Somali Parliament received a motion from 172 Members of Parliament to fire Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah so, what is next ? Fact!

Who will be the next Prime Minister?

1. Someone who has PhD from Darod tribe and record of distinguished international reputation who has never taken up any posts within previous governments or corrupted deals.

2. Someone who was a criminal mindset of many local and tribal problems who took up previous jobs within the various Somali governments where he stole many and made significant corruptions within his job.

3. Someone who was appointed by third political parties and countries which normalized to buy the political top seats of the Republic of Somalia.
 

#Somalia: Mogadishu on Thursday November 21, 2013 Somali Minister of Interior and National Security H.E. Abdikarim Guled said clearly that Somaliland & Puntland Administrations are two peaceful administrations in Somalia who made development in peace and stability in some parts of Somalia however; it was not right one of the Local Administrative Minister from Somaliland Administration Mr. Waran Ade to insult the Somali President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed and the Somali Government which is trying to return law and order.

On behalf of the Somali People & the Somali Government, we have responsible to return law and order in Somalia where everyone can and will enjoy soon.

Best Wishes
Somali Minister of Interior and National Security H.E. Abdikarim Guled
http://caasimada.com/dhageyso-df-somalia-oo-ka-jawaabtay-hadal-kasoo-yeeray-somaliland/


Mogadishu on November 21, 2013 You must release the rapped female journalist, journalist Mohamed Bashir & arrest the two men who rapped her quickly.

We truly know that Abdi Afrika who is working at Radio Mogadishu as uncover Somali Security officer rapped her with his friend.

This is the second Security Officers rape case which the female journalist Fadumo came forward and shared their heinous crimes.

Whether you like it or now, we know why you are trying to cover up this heinous crimes again Mr. Spokesman?

You release her and bring the two mention criminal rappers now and let face justice.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYn5pAawpp0


2013

 


Mogadishu on Thursday November 21, 2013
Somali Security Chief Gen. Bashir Gobe & Police Chief Gen Abdihakin must arrest Abdi rapper Afrika & his friend Jabril who also co-rapped her.

Special thanks to Commander D-Alb & journalist JAF for this true investigative report, and we are positive that the Somali Top Security Officers must arrest Abdi Afrika and Jabril quickly.

We are among you, and you can't hide the facts so, if you can't do the job well then you must resign.

You must release Shabelle Media Owner Abdimalik & their editor Mohamed Bashir who were illegally called and arrested by the Mogadishu CID Police.

We know that Abdi Afrika is a journalist who is working at Radio Mogadishu while he is also a member of the Somali Security Services and his co-rapper Jabril as reported and verified by the rapped victim whom you are also held illegally as many local media reported.

Stop corruptions and give justice to this innocent rapped female journalist now or you must all resign from your Top Security Posts and apologize to Somali people for not doing your job well.

now http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYn5pAawpp0 


#Somalia: Mogadishu Wednesday November 20, 2013 Somali Government is fed up with corrupted politicians insulting President H.E. Hassan Sheikh like this useless man. We are telling you that Somalia was Somalia, is Somalia and will be Somalia so, if you are not happy then leave leave. Please you do not tell us what foreign colonists did in Somalia and Africa and the word at large.

Somali people and the world are fed up with Somaliland Administration making forgery currencies, passports and ranks but we would like you to stop before other regions in Somalia do the same forgery currencies, passports, ranks and announce as breakaways.

We fully recognize Awdal State and Khaatumo State so, what can you do? You will soon stop brainwashing the Somali people who are living in the Northern regions of Somalia.

Best Wishes,

Office of the President
Spokesperson.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qpmlvy5xhD4#t=219

#Somalia: On Monday November 11, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will soon appoint a new Cabinet of PhD holders who have been corrupted, and he informed to the President of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud that the Somali people and the international community wants to see new and highly educated leaders who have never had participated any forms of internal and external corruptions. 

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon declared that he would remove all the corrupted ministers from the new list however; the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed became unhappy to witness that the Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon to bring his own new list of next Cabinet of PhD holders.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will announce the New List of the Cabinet of PhD holders soon, and the Somali people and the International community can and will trust to fund and collaborate with Somalia locally, regionally and globally. 
 

Best Wishes, 
Spokesperson 
Office of the Prime Minister

#Somalia: Mogadishu on Thursday November 20, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Frah Shirdon welcomed the OIC Delegations and signed bilateral agreement to help the Somali people.

Mogadishu Thursday November 20, 2013 General Abdullahi Gafow issued this video and warning those found with fake passports from Somaliland Administration will be arrested in every airport if they do not come comply with Somali Immigrations Laws.

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foem4Z3lSJw
#Somalia: On Monday November 11, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will soon appoint a new Cabinet of PhD holders who have been corrupted, and he informed to the President of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud that the Somali people and the international community wants to see new and highly educated leaders who have never had participated any forms of internal and external corruptions. 

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon declared that he would remove all the corrupted ministers from the new list however; the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed became unhappy to witness that the Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon to bring his own new list of next Cabinet of PhD holders.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will announce the New List of the Cabinet of PhD holders soon, and the Somali people and the International community can and will trust to fund and collaborate with Somalia locally, regionally and globally. 
 

Best Wishes, 
Spokesperson 
Office of the Prime Minister
#Somalia: Mogadishu on Tuesday November 19, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon sends his condolence to the families of dead and wounded police personnel and civilians in Beledweyne District, Hiiran region in Somalia.

Mogadishu on Tuesday November 19, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon said that the Somali Government will eliminate Al-Shabab terror groups soon but he requested to the international community for more support technically and financially.

Best Regards,
Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon
Office of the Prime Minister
Mogadishu on Tuesday November 19, 2013 H.E. President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud confirmed that the Somali Government will root out Al-Shabab Group soon, and he send his special condolence to the families of the decease police personnel and innocent civilians at Beledweyne District Police Station in Hiiran Region which was attacked by the criminal Al-Shabab terrorists.

Mogadishu on Tuesday November 19, 2013
H.E. President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud confirmed that the Somali Government will root out Al-Shabab Group soon, and he send his special condolence to the families of the decease police personnel and innocent civilians at Beledweyne District Police Station in Hiiran Region which was attacked by the criminal Al-Shabab terrorists.


#Somalia The United Nations Security Council reaffirms call to fight piracy, armed robbery at sea but they are did not talk about illegal fishing and constant dumping of various chemicals in Somalia's Coast.

Read the facts now!

http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=46523&Cr=somalia&Cr1=#.Uos44OKrxTY

Somalia: Security Council reaffirms call to fight piracy, armed robbery at sea

Counter-piracy operations being conducted in the Gulf of Aden and the east coast of Somalia. Photo: U.S. Navy/Ja'lon A. Rhinehart

18 November 2013 – The United Nations Security Council today reiterated its calls on the international community to fight piracy and armed robbery at sea, which continue to pose a threat to the delivery of humanitarian aid to the country.

In its resolution, the Council urged Member States to work in conjunction with relevant international organizations to adopt legislation to facilitate prosecution of suspected pirates, as well as to cooperate on the issue of hostage-taking.

Pirate networks “continue to rely on kidnapping and hostage-taking,” the 15-member Council today said, noting that the profits “help generate funding to purchase weapons, gain recruits, and continue their operations activities, thereby jeopardizing the safety and security of civilians and restricting the flow of free commerce.”

Pirates off the coast of Somalia and the Horn of Africa have made between $339 million and $413 million in ransom profits in the past seven years, fuelling a wide range of criminal activities on a global scale, according to ‘Pirate Trails’ – a report released earlier this month by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the World Bank and INTERPOL.

Meanwhile, piracy is estimated to cost the global economy about $18 billion a year in increased trade costs, as well as significant decline in tourist arrivals and fishing yields since 2006.

The Council, in particular, commended Kenya, Mauritius, Seychelles and Tanzania for their efforts to prosecute suspected pirates in national courts.

It also reiterated its calls on Member States to fight piracy by deploying naval arms, military aircraft and by supporting counter-piracy forces, as well as by seizing and disposing boats, arms and other equipment suspected in piracy.

They also decided that the arms embargo, originally imposed in 1992, “does not apply to supplies of weapons and military equipment or the provisions of assistance destined for the sole use of Member States, international, regional and sub-regional organizations” working to stop the scourge.

Turning to Somali authorities, the Council reiterated its calls to interdict piracy, and to investigate and bring to justice “those who are using Somali territory to plan, facilitate, or undertake criminal acts of piracy and armed robbery at sea.”



Kuwait Isniin Nofeembar 18, 2013 Waxaa maanta ra’isul wasaare ku xigeenka ahna wasiiradda arrimaha dibadda Soomaaliya Fowziyo Xaaji yuusuf Aadan ay kala kulantay dalka Kuwait xoghayaha guud ee jaamacadda Carabta Nabiil Al-Carabio oo ka qeyb galaya shir madaxeedka Africa iyo Carabta.
Labada masuul ayaa kulanka kaga hadlay sidii jaamacadda carabta ay u taageeri lahayd Soomaaliya,waxaana kulanka goobjoog ka ahaa safiirada Soomaaliya u fadhiya wadamada Masar iyo Kuwait iyo saraakiil ka saocotay wasaaradda arrimaha dibadda Soomaaliya.

Waxa ay sidoo kale labada masuul isla meel dhigeen sidii jaamacadda Carabta Soomaaliya ugala shaqeyn lahayd hormarka iyo dib u diska dalka.

Waxaa shirka wadamada Carabta iyo Afrika looga hadlayaa maalgashiga,iyadoo dal walba uu soo bandhigaayo qaabta dalkiisa loo maalgashan karo.

Waxaa dalka Soomaaliya oo ka mid ah  jaamacadda Carabta ay horey ka heshay deeqo dalalka jaamacadda Carabta

  Kuwait on November 18, 2013 The Somali Deputy Prime Minister and Somali Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Fowsia Haji Aden met with the Arab League Secretary-General H.E. Nabil in Kuwait City.

#Somalia Mogadishu on November 18, 2013 The Chief of the Somali National Security Services Gen. Bashir Gobe must arrest these criminal rappers now one working at Radio Mogadishu Abbdiasis Afriko (Member of Somali National Security Officer and the other one is named Jabril. You must bring them to justice now.

Special thanks to Fadumo for telling truth and giving us their names, and we promise you to arrest these rappers and they will face the law.

Jabril and Afriko are wanted from now on in Mogadishu and around the globe.

We also request to the Somali Chief of Police General Abdihakin Said to search and arrest these criminal rappers who rapped this innocent journalist.  

We take such criminal cases seriously therefore; we know that the two fellow journalists rapped her working at Radio Mogadishu and SNTV while she clearly stated that Abdiasisi Afriko works at Radio Mogadisho and is member of the Somali National Security Officer so, Abdiaisis Afriko and Jabril are wanted for their crimes as reported by the Somali Investigative Journalists.

We really thank to Commander V2-Al and Journalist AMA for reporting the truth.

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyPJoEgR74U#t=340

Fact Check: 
Mogadishu on Monday November 18, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shurdon gets the full support of the majority of Somali people 92.6% now, and Somali Members of Parliament supports him 96.8% so, what is new?

Surely, if the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud proposes and submit parliamentary motion to force the President H.E. Abdi Farah Shridon then there will be suspension because as we know that the Somali Members of Parliament may decide to force both leaders to resign. 

Somali people are overwhelming supporting the Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon to appoint a new cabinet 96.4% without adding the corrupted current ministers as previously reported by the United Nations Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrean and  other international organizations.

So, is the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud ready to let his chosen Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon to work with him until 2016, surely, it won't happen because if conflicts are clearly reported then there is always a looser or a winner so, we will soon see where these two top leaders take Somalia! 

Three questions to be answered soon in the Somali Parliament where political opportunists are still seeking to overthrow these top three leaders in order to replace them directly or indirectly. 

Who will be the next President? Or Who will be the next Prime Minister? Or Who will be the next Speaker of Parliament?  

Somali people are fed up with useless conflicts between Presidents and Prime Ministers before so, if you can't solve your difference then you must know that Somali political opportunists are waiting for chances.

Sincerely,

Office of the President 
Office of the Prime Minister 
Office of the Speaker of Parliament
Fact Check:
Mogadishu on Monday November 18, 2013
Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shurdon gets the full support of the majority of Somali people 92.6% now, and Somali Members of Parliament supports him 96.8% so, what is new?

Surely, if the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud proposes and submit parliamentary motion to force the President H.E. Abdi Farah Shridon then there will be suspension because as we know that the Somali Members of Parliament may decide to force both leaders to resign.

Somali people are overwhelming supporting the Somali Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon to appoint a new cabinet 96.4% without adding the corrupted current ministers as previously reported by the United Nations Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrean and  other international organizations.

So, is the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud ready to let his chosen Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon to work with him until 2016, surely, it won't happen because if conflicts are clearly reported then there is always a looser or a winner so, we will soon see where these two top leaders take Somalia!

Three questions to be answered soon in the Somali Parliament where political opportunists are still seeking to overthrow these top three leaders in order to replace them directly or indirectly.

Who will be the next President? Or Who will be the next Prime Minister? Or Who will be the next Speaker of Parliament? 

Somali people are fed up with useless conflicts between Presidents and Prime Ministers before so, if you can't solve your difference then you must know that Somali political opportunists are waiting for chances.

Sincerely,

Office of the President
Office of the Prime Minister
Office of the Speaker of Parliament


#Somalia on Monday November 18, 2013 Somali Parliament Speaker H.E.Mohamed Sheikh Osman will attend conference in abroad when there is a political conflict between President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon so, is an external attending conference more worth than solving internal problems?
Watch the truth!

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4uHukuqCCM


Mogadishu on Saturday November 16, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shurdon talks and shares his biography and policies which was hosted by Kalsan TV

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsMizBEQAbI#t=49

Photo: Mogadishu on Saturday November 16, 2013 the Union of Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ) hereby officially confirm you that those men and agencies held conference in Nairobi were not and are not Members of the Staff of the Union of Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ) therefore; Somalis and Somali journalists are fed up with cheating and misleading people who seek for funds on behalf of the Union of Somali National Journalist (NUSOJ) which has been trying to derail or overthrow the current officially elected as you are read their names and positions which they held.

So, stop your corruptions or we will exposed these agencies who are trying to control or monopolize the Somali Media which can not happen for you:- 

Well, you can see and witness their faces who are the people trying to confuse Somali People, and we must stop the foreign government agencies trying to dictate us their devilish wishes to control Somalia Free Press.

The Officials of the NUSOJ

The NUSOJ General Assembly, which took place on 14-15 March 2011 in  Mogadishu, elected a new NUSOJ Executive Committee as follows:

    Mr Omar Faruk Osman, Secretary General


    Mr Ali Moallim, Treasurer


    Mr Abdiqani Sheik Mohamed, Organising Secretary


    Mrs Hamdi Mohamed Kadie, Secretary for Gender Affairs


    Mr Abdirahman Omar Madobe, Secretary for Informa- tion and Human Rights


    Mrs Wilo Ali Bulhan, Secretary for Ethics


    Mr Abdirashid Abdullahi Haydar, Training Secretary


    Mr Ahmed Mohamud Mohamed, Secretary for Labour Issues


    Mr Mohamed Adan, Secretary for Public Relations

Supreme Council Top Leaders as elected by General Assembly on 14-15 March 2011 are as follows: 

    Abdirisak Omar Ismail, Chairperson of the Supreme Council


    Mr Abdi Adan Guled, Senior Vice Chairperson.


    Ms Rasmi Mohamed Mohamud, Vice Chairperson


    Mr Ali Ilyas Abdullahi, Vice Chairperson

By the way, the Union of Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ) will soon update and share with you who held the conference in Nairobi, and which countries are trying to control Somali National Media which they failed to take over several times. 

Best Wishes, 

The Union of the Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ)

Mogadishu on Saturday November 16, 2013 the Union of Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ) hereby officially confirm you that those men and agencies held conference in Nairobi were not and are not Members of the Staff of the Union of Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ) therefore; Somalis and Somali journalists are fed up with cheating and misleading people who seek for funds on behalf of the Union of Somali National Journalist (NUSOJ) which has been trying to derail or overthrow the current officially elected as you are read their names and positions which they held.

So, stop your corruptions or we will exposed these agencies who are trying to control or monopolize the Somali Media which can not happen for you:-

Well, you can see and witness their faces who are the people trying to confuse Somali People, and we must stop the foreign government agencies trying to dictate us their devilish wishes to control Somalia Free Press.

The Officials of the NUSOJ

The NUSOJ General Assembly, which took place on 14-15 March 2011 in Mogadishu, elected a new NUSOJ Executive Committee as follows:

Mr Omar Faruk Osman, Secretary General


Mr Ali Moallim, Treasurer


Mr Abdiqani Sheik Mohamed, Organising Secretary


Mrs Hamdi Mohamed Kadie, Secretary for Gender Affairs


Mr Abdirahman Omar Madobe, Secretary for Informa- tion and Human Rights


Mrs Wilo Ali Bulhan, Secretary for Ethics


Mr Abdirashid Abdullahi Haydar, Training Secretary


Mr Ahmed Mohamud Mohamed, Secretary for Labour Issues


Mr Mohamed Adan, Secretary for Public Relations

Supreme Council Top Leaders as elected by General Assembly on 14-15 March 2011 are as follows:

Abdirisak Omar Ismail, Chairperson of the Supreme Council


Mr Abdi Adan Guled, Senior Vice Chairperson.


Ms Rasmi Mohamed Mohamud, Vice Chairperson


Mr Ali Ilyas Abdullahi, Vice Chairperson

By the way, the Union of Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ) will soon update and share with you who held the conference in Nairobi, and which countries are trying to control Somali National Media which they failed to take over several times.

Best Wishes,

The Union of the Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ)
Mogadishu on Thursday November 14, 2013 Somali Federal Parliament H.E. Prof. Mohamed Osman Jawari issued this video clip to warn all the Members of the Somali Parliament to stop lobbying to overthrow the appointed Prime Minister of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon "Said"/

 Somali Federal Parliament H.E. Prof. Mohamed Osman Jawari said that if you do not follow the Federal Constitution then the Federal Constitution will teach you a lesson therefore; it is not good to overstate internal issues to broadcast however he also requested to the Somali Media to stop overstating bad news.

 Somali Federal Parliament H.E. Prof. Mohamed Osman Jawari has officially requested that it is good the Somali Media to talk the truth however; it is wise to broadcast or report hearsay as he stated in this video clip.

Best Wishes,
OSGIT Director 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z74GEZn7DPg


#Somalia: On Monday November 11, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will soon appoint a new Cabinet of PhD holders who have been corrupted, and he informed to the President of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud that the Somali people and the international community wants to see new and highly educated leaders who have never had participated any forms of internal and external corruptions. 

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon declared that he would remove all the corrupted ministers from the new list however; the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed became unhappy to witness that the Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon to bring his own new list of next Cabinet of PhD holders.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will announce the New List of the Cabinet of PhD holders soon, and the Somali people and the International community can and will trust to fund and collaborate with Somalia locally, regionally and globally. 
 

Best Wishes, 
Spokesperson 
Office of the Prime Minister

Mogadishu on Thursday November 14, 2013 The Only recognized semi-autonomous states are Somalilnad, Puntland, Khaatumo, Awdal & Jubba Administrations under the Federal Law therefore: if you do not meet the full and mandatory requirement of the Federal Constitution then you are like mad village which is looking for clinical psychiatrists.

No more “Maano Koobiya” I would like to thank these following semi-autonomous states which have already fulfilled the full and mandatory requirement of the Federal Constitution Somalilnad, Puntland, Khaatumo, Awdal & Jubba Administrations.

Please I clearly confirmed before that Galmudug is a village in Mudug region so, they must join Himan & Heb in order to make Galhiiraan State otherwise; such lies won't work in Somalia and most of the Somali people are fed up to witness some tribes acting that they can violate the Federal Constitution.

I will soon appoint my new cabinet without any corrupted ministers so, I wish the Somali people to send my their suggestions.

Best Wishes,

H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon

Office of the Prime Minister

Spokesperson


Mogadishu on Wednesday November 13, 2013 the Somali Deputy Prime Minister & Somali Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation H.e. Fowsia Haji Aden returned today after attending bilateral conference in Nairobi, Kenya.
Mogadishu on Wednesday November 13, 2013 the Somali Deputy Prime Minister & Somali Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation H.e. Fowsia Haji Aden returned today after attending bilateral conference in Nairobi, Kenya.


#Somalia: On Monday November 11, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will soon appoint a new Cabinet of PhD holders who have been corrupted, and he informed to the President of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud that the Somali people and the international community wants to see new and highly educated leaders who have never had participated any forms of internal and external corruptions. 

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon declared that he would remove all the corrupted ministers from the new list however; the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed became unhappy to witness that the Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon to bring his own new list of next Cabinet of PhD holders.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will announce the New List of the Cabinet of PhD holders soon, and the Somali people and the International community can and will trust to fund and collaborate with Somalia locally, regionally and globally. 
 

Best Wishes, 
Spokesperson 
Office of the Prime Minister
Mogadishu City on November 12, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon has clearly said that he won't resigned until 2016 when his term, and he has confirmed that he will appoint new Cabinet of PhD holders from the Somali Diasporas and other Scholars who have been teaching various universities in Somalia.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon announced that he is happy to appoint the New Somali Central Ban Governor which twice the Somali President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed appointed two Somali well-known bankers who resigned when they could not longer cover up the endless corruptions which was going in the Office of the Presidency so, if the President wants then he can resign because I can't accept to add these corrupted ministers into my next cabinet so, what is up? I took my own leadership to lead and govern so, Mr. President Hassan, no more corruptions, enough is enough!

Well, it is true that the Somali Government is based on 4.5 clan power-sharing formula so, if you want me to resign illegally in order to cover up many of your corruptions then you are wrong!

So, stop discouraging the Somali people now or we will have both resign and walk away or stay and work together until 2016 when our officially appointed term ends.

If you want to listen his voice about the Somali version then listen to from here with this web link: http://caasimada.com/dhageyso-xildhibaan-la-kulmay-xasan-sheekh-saacid-oo-xog-badan-bixiyey/

Best Wishes,

H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon
The Prime Minister 
The Office of the Prime Minister

#Somalia: On Monday November 11, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will soon appoint a new Cabinet of PhD holders who have been corrupted, and he informed to the President of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud that the Somali people and the international community wants to see new and highly educated leaders who have never had participated any forms of internal and external corruptions. 

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon declared that he would remove all the corrupted ministers from the new list however; the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed became unhappy to witness that the Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon to bring his own new list of next Cabinet of PhD holders.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will announce the New List of the Cabinet of PhD holders soon, and the Somali people and the International community can and will trust to fund and collaborate with Somalia locally, regionally and globally. 
 

Best Wishes, 
Spokesperson 
Office of the Prime Minister



#Somalia: On Monday November 11, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will soon appoint a new Cabinet of PhD holders who have never been corrupted, and he informed to the President of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud that the Somali people and the international community wants to see new and highly educated leaders who have never had participated any forms of internal and external corruptions.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon declared that he would remove all the corrupted ministers from the new list however; the President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamed became unhappy to witness that the Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon to bring his own new list of next Cabinet of PhD holders.

Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon confirmed that he will announce the New List of the Cabinet of PhD holders soon, and the Somali people and the International community can and will trust to fund and collaborate with Somalia locally, regionally and globally.
 

Best Wishes,
Spokesperson
Office of the Prime Minister


: Mogadishu Sunday, November 10, 2013 We, the Somali People & the Republic of Somalia celebrate the International Accountant Day on November 11, 2013!


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#Somalia: Mogadishu City on November 8, 2013 Somali Parliament Speaker H.E. Prof. Mohamed Sheikh Osman must appoint Finance Watchdog urgent & approve new Central Bank Governor.

It was unlawful to appoint Somali Central Governor without the approval of the Somali Parliament and the Office of the Prime Minister, and we are deeply shocked how the appointed Somali Central Government Yusra resigned her job after weeks confirming that some government State at the Villa Somalia threatened her if she could not approve for them to steal $ 100 million.

On behalf of the Somali People, we are requesting to the Somali Parliament and the Office of the President to clear these corrupted staff urgently and appoint New Somali Central Government which will be approved by the Somali Parliament and the Office of the Prime Minister.

Unfortunately, the Somali Parliamentary Finance Committee failed to know the truth about how these corrupted men tried to swindle $ 100 out of the Somali Government Account in the U.A.E.

If you do not follow the right steps then we will all fail and derail peace in Somalia.
 
Facts!

: Wednesday, November 6, 2013 President H.E.Hassan Sheikh Mohamed and his delegation reached Jowhar City today, and we will soon update you.

: Wednesday, November 6, 2013 Jubbaland State Coference in Mogadishu ended today on November 6, 2013, & Somali Government wishes all the best for Somali people!


Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Everything will in Mogadishu City, the Capital of the Republic of Somalia whether you like it or not!

No more lies, forgery currencies, passports and ranks.

So, many genocides happened in Somalia since 1964 until now, and no tribe is more stronger than another tribe so, how long you can continue such lies to innocent people in Somalia?

Surely, Somalia has many tribal presidents which Somaliland and Puntland Administration began, and every tribe in Somalia can do the same if you do not stop stupid and insane decisions to further genocides, forgery currencies, passports and ranks.



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#Somalia: Tuesday, November 5, 2013Somali Police Chief Gen. Abdihakin Dahir show journalist Abdisalan Hereri how Mogadishu Security? changed http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiLVpQzj5AY

#Somalia: Welcome to witness Dir Tribe who are completely confused how the Mogadishu Jubbaland Conference is going on? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLbCRu9FwgY&list=UU6IYhrn7aVC4gSD6IzZHBzQ#t=42


Photo: Somalia central bank governor resigns after seven weeks
By Katrina Manson in Nairobi

The central bank governor of Somalia has unexpectedly resigned after seven weeks in the job, citing corruption concerns, in a blow to donors who have promised to pour billions of dollars of aid into the failed state.

Yussur Abrar, who was one of the world’s few female central bank governors, was unavailable for comment on Friday.

Donors who support her were frantically trying to reach her on Thursday night. They believe that she sent her resignation letter, dated October 30, from Dubai, before travelling to an unknown destination.

One donor official said Ms Yussur was “scared for her life and so unlikely to return to Somalia”.

In her letter to Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, Somalia’s president, she said: “From the moment I was appointed, I have continuously been asked to sanction deals and violate my fiduciary responsibility to the Somali people as head of the nation’s monetary authority.”

In the strongly worded letter, seen by the Financial Times, Ms Yussur – a former banker at Citigroup who had not lived in Somalia for several decades – said she believed that these deals “put ... frozen assets at risk and open the door to corruption”.

Somalia is recovering from decades of civil war and also faces an Islamist insurgency from al-Qaeda-linked jihadis who mount regular attacks on the capital and claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack on a Nairobi shopping mall last month.

Donors have pledged billions of dollars to help secure and rebuild Somalia at recent conferences in the hope that it can make good on recent military gains against the militants.

But they fear that the new government – elected last year and seen by analysts as the most representative and promising for years – might repeat the gross corruption seen by its donor-backed predecessors.

A report from a UN investigative panel this year gave warning that the central bank doubled as a corrupt slush fund and said that it failed to account for transfers worth $12m. Ms Yussur said in her letter: “Unfortunately, the central bank has not been allowed to function free of interference, and as such cannot operate as a credible institution.”

A government spokesman insisted on Friday that President Hassan remained committed to reforming institutions in his country. “All he wants is to ensure [that] public finance is managed properly and that there’s no corruption,” he said, adding that Ms Yussur was selected for her “impressive CV on finance”, but had visited Mogadishu for “only a couple of days”.

“For her leaving so early [it] is very sad. She was given the empowerment to reform the central bank and how the system works – most of the systems are manual,” he added.

In her letter, Ms Yussur also said she “vehemently refused to sanction the contract” with Shulman Rogers, a US law firm contracted to recover overseas assets frozen since before the civil war started in 1991. The same company was also hired to discredit the UN allegations of financial mismanagement ahead of a Brussels aid conference at which donors ultimately pledged $2.4bn, in what UN experts said was a conflict of interest. The law firm has previously denied any conflict of interest and said the UN experts made unfounded allegations.

Source:Financial Times
Somalia central bank governor resigns after seven weeks
By Katrina Manson in Nairobi

The central bank governor of Somalia has unexpectedly resigned after seven weeks in the job, citing corruption concerns, in a blow to donors who have promised to pour billions of dollars of aid into the failed state.

Yussur Abrar, who was one of the world’s few female central bank governors, was unavailable for comment on Friday.

Donors who support her were frantically trying to reach her on Thursday night. They believe that she sent her resignation letter, dated October 30, from Dubai, before travelling to an unknown destination.

One donor official said Ms Yussur was “scared for her life and so unlikely to return to Somalia”.

In her letter to Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, Somalia’s president, she said: “From the moment I was appointed, I have continuously been asked to sanction deals and violate my fiduciary responsibility to the Somali people as head of the nation’s monetary authority.”

In the strongly worded letter, seen by the Financial Times, Ms Yussur – a former banker at Citigroup who had not lived in Somalia for several decades – said she believed that these deals “put . . . frozen assets at risk and open the door to corruption”.

Somalia is recovering from decades of civil war and also faces an Islamist insurgency from al-Qaeda-linked jihadis who mount regular attacks on the capital and claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack on a Nairobi shopping mall last month.

Donors have pledged billions of dollars to help secure and rebuild Somalia at recent conferences in the hope that it can make good on recent military gains against the militants.

But they fear that the new government – elected last year and seen by analysts as the most representative and promising for years – might repeat the gross corruption seen by its donor-backed predecessors.

A report from a UN investigative panel this year gave warning that the central bank doubled as a corrupt slush fund and said that it failed to account for transfers worth $12m. Ms Yussur said in her letter: “Unfortunately, the central bank has not been allowed to function free of interference, and as such cannot operate as a credible institution.”

A government spokesman insisted on Friday that President Hassan remained committed to reforming institutions in his country. “All he wants is to ensure [that] public finance is managed properly and that there’s no corruption,” he said, adding that Ms Yussur was selected for her “impressive CV on finance”, but had visited Mogadishu for “only a couple of days”.

“For her leaving so early [it] is very sad. She was given the empowerment to reform the central bank and how the system works – most of the systems are manual,” he added.

In her letter, Ms Yussur also said she “vehemently refused to sanction the contract” with Shulman Rogers, a US law firm contracted to recover overseas assets frozen since before the civil war started in 1991. The same company was also hired to discredit the UN allegations of financial mismanagement ahead of a Brussels aid conference at which donors ultimately pledged $2.4bn, in what UN experts said was a conflict of interest. The law firm has previously denied any conflict of interest and said the UN experts made unfounded allegations.

Source:Financial Times



URURKA QORAAYAASHA QARANKA SOOMAALIYEED (UQQS)

The Union of the Somali National Authors (USNA)

Dear Somalis, International Organizations & World Citizens,

On Saturday November 2, 2013 on behalf of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA) & the Somali People, we hereby officially recognize and welcome the following Somali exceptional personalities to the Somali Hall of Fame Inductees in 2013 for their endless contributions to the Somali people and the world at large.


1. Honorable Dr. Hussein Sheikh Ahmed Hilowle “Kadare” was one of Somalia's distinguished scholars who shaped and reformed Somali script from Arabic to what is commonly known today.


2. Honorable Amin Amir “Amin Arts” is one of the best Somali contemporary artist who came forward to show, display illustrative cartoons and share vital information to correct political mistakes locally, regionally and globally.

3. Honorable Awes M. Abti was is one of the three Somali grandmasters of martial arts who decided to reopen the Somali Karate & Taekwondo Association in 1997 at Hawo Tako School.

4. Honorable Amina Muse Weheliye is one of the few Somali journalists who rejected to work with in a hostike world where she did not feel that there was something right then she decided to leave her job in order to organize Diasporas awareness to return home and make peace as well as investing local economic while she also encouraged Somali people to learn Somali literature.

5. Honorable Abdi Mahay is one of Somalia's most philanthropic volunteer to come forward and save needy children in Somalia for medical treatments, and he is truly amazing to overcome many challenges to help the needy children in Somalia and around the neighboring countries.

6. Honorable Fadumo Jamac D. Jabril is Somalia's best conservator for environmental issues and conservation. She became a voice for us to learn and converse environment.

7. Honorabe Sheikh Mustafa Haji Ismail is Somalia's best Islamic & Secular Scholar who decided to preach and spread Islamic Creed locally, regionally and globally, and we are deeply thanking him for his bravery and clear vision to teach and preach others in need to repent and forgive each other..

On behalf of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA) and the Somali People, we are officially requesting to the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud to award these above-mentioned exceptional and extraordinary personalizes, and let's appoint them to be the first Somali Board of Education (SBE). They are the most honorary citizens of the Republic of Somalia who can and will have access to meet with you to share their concerned issues to help Somali people locally, regionally and universally.

Congratulations to our dear brothers and sisters for your wonderful contributions!

Best Wishes,


The Honorary Executive Board of the Union of Somali National Authors (USNA)

Guddiga Sharafta Leh Ee Ururuka Qoraayaasha Qaranka Soomaaliyeed (UQQS)

http://www.somaliauthors.com

http://www.uqqs.com

http://www.somaliwriters.so/

http://www.somaliauthors.so/

#Somalia: Latest UN Corruptions in Somalia exposed by Somali Aviation Experts and hosted by Somali Channel TV/ Facts!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7OxN4Wcohg#t=115

Photo: #Somalia: On Thursday, 31, 2013 Kismayo City, Jubbaland State of Somalia President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mogamed and his delegation visited the the JUbbaland State Government and people today as the OSGIT Director and the Somali Cyber Team confirmed you three days ago.

On behalf of the Somali people and the Republic of Somalia, we warmly thank to the President of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud to accept our advise how to tackle and solve complex issues in the Republic of Somalia. 


We are also requesting to the Somali Parliament to appoint special committee to investigate how the United Nations has been swindling on phony projects since 1991 until now while many Somali needy families were starting from drought and food shortage in the country.

Special congratulations to the Commander Danabka DAS & the Somali NSS BQ Unit for making us know everything which we can see and try to stop before it violates our constitution and the international law. 

Best Wishes,
Office of the President 
Office of the Prime Minister 
Office of the Speaker of Parliament
Kismayo City Friday, November 1, 2013  #Somalia: President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamued & his delegation will stay tonight in Kismayo City, Jubbaland State where they discuss more.


Photo: #Somalia: On Friday November 1, 2013 The Union of Somali National Journalists & Associated Somali Journalists requests not to submit any names to the Corrupted UN awards. Fact!

Somalis are fed up with the United Nations for Somalia corruptions, and we clearly say not to your corrupted UN Media awards.

Somali is Somalia and the Union of the Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ & the Associated Somali Journalists are responsible the rights of Somali journalists in Somalia and around the globe.


Best Wishes,

The Union of Somali National Journalists & Associated Somali Journalists

#Somalia: On Friday November 1, 2013 The Union of Somali National Journalists & Associated Somali Journalists requests not to submit any names to the Corrupted UN awards. Fact!

Somalis are fed up with the United Nations for Somalia corruptions, and we clearly say not to your corrupted UN Media awards.

Somali is Somalia and the Union of the Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ) & the Associated Somali Journalists are responsible the rights of Somali journalists in Somalia and around the globe.


Best Wishes,

The Union of Somali National Journalists & Associated Somali Journalists


Photo: #ソマリア:金曜日11月1日、2013年ソマリア警察署長全般Abdihakin Dahirは日本政府が警察設備を寄付したことを確認したと述べた。

日本政府は長年にわたってソマリア共和国のソマリア警察と政府を支援しており、私たちは人々と日本政府に感謝します。

ベストウイッシュ、
一般Abdihakin Dahirサイード
ソマリアの国家警察本部長。
モガディシュ、ソマリア

#Somalia: on Friday November 1, 2013 Somali Police Chief General Abdihakin Dahir Said confirmed that the Government of Japan has donated police equipments. 

The Government of Japan has been supporting the Somali Police and the Government of the Republic of Somalia for many years, and we thank to the people and the Government of Japan.

Best Wishes,
General Abdihakin Dahir Said
The Chief of the Somali National Police.
Mogadishu, Somalia

#ソマリア:金曜日11月1日、2013年ソマリア警察署長全般Abdihakin Dahirは日本政府が警察設備を寄付したことを確認したと述べた。

日本政府は長年にわたってソマリア共和国のソマリア警察と政府を支援しており、私たちは人々と日本政府に感謝します。

ベストウイッシュ、
一般Abdihakin Dahirサイード
ソマリアの国家警察本部長。
モガディシュ、ソマリア

#Somalia: on Friday November 1, 2013 Somali Police Chief General Abdihakin Dahir Said confirmed that the Government of Japan has donated police equipments.

The Government of Japan has been supporting the Somali Police and the Government of the Republic of Somalia for many years, and we thank to the people and the Government of Japan.

Best Wishes,
General Abdihakin Dahir Said
The Chief of the Somali National Police.
Mogadishu, Somalia

Photo: #Somalia: On Thursday, 31, 2013 Kismayo City, Jubbaland State of Somalia President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mogamed and his delegation visited the the JUbbaland State Government and people today as the OSGIT Director and the Somali Cyber Team confirmed you three days ago.

On behalf of the Somali people and the Republic of Somalia, we warmly thank to the President of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud to accept our advise how to tackle and solve complex issues in the Republic of Somalia. 


We are also requesting to the Somali Parliament to appoint special committee to investigate how the United Nations has been swindling on phony projects since 1991 until now while many Somali needy families were starting from drought and food shortage in the country.

Special congratulations to the Commander Danabka DAS & the Somali NSS BQ Unit for making us know everything which we can see and try to stop before it violates our constitution and the international law. 

Best Wishes,
Office of the President 
Office of the Prime Minister 
Office of the Speaker of Parliament

#Somalia: On Thursday, 31, 2013 Kismayo City, Jubbaland State of Somalia President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mogamed and his delegation visited the the JUbbaland State Government and people today as the OSGIT Director and the Somali Cyber Team confirmed you three days ago.

On behalf of the Somali people and the Republic of Somalia, we warmly thank to the President of the Republic of Somalia H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud to accept our advise how to tackle and solve complex issues in the Republic of Somalia.


We are also requesting to the Somali Parliament to appoint special committee to investigate how the United Nations has been swindling on phony projects since 1991 until now while many Somali needy families were starting from drought and food shortage in the country.

Special congratulations to the Commander Danabka DAS & the Somali NSS BQ Unit for making us know everything which we can see and try to stop before it violates our constitution and the international law.

Best Wishes,
Office of the President
Office of the Prime Minister
Office of the Speaker of Parliament


Photo: #Somalia: Can you tell us one single college or university which the UN for Somalia Or the World Bank has ever funded or built in Somalia? Stop your corruptions! 
Mogadishu on Thursday October 30, 2013 
Special Congratulations to the Somali Founders and Scholars who founded the Indian Ocean University Mogadishu University, Benadir University, SIMAD University, Al-Imra Private School of Languishes, Amoud University, Hargeisa University and East Africa University. 

Somalia is fed up with the endless corruptions of the United Nations for Somalia and the other international NGOS which have been swindling on phony projects in Somalia since 1991 until now. 

Welcome to the reality of the Somali people who decided to open schools and teach young people for extraordinary accomplishments while you have been swindling on phony projects in Somalia without transparency, accountability and trustworthy since 1991 until now. 


Best Wishes,    
Office of the President 
Office of the Prime Minister 
Office of the Speaker of Federal Parliament
#Somalia: Can you tell us one single college or university which the UN for Somalia Or the World Bank has ever funded or built in Somalia? Stop your corruptions!
Mogadishu on Thursday October 30, 2013
Special Congratulations to the Somali Founders and Scholars who founded the Indian Ocean University Mogadishu University, Benadir University, SIMAD University, Al-Imra Private School of Languishes, Amoud University, Hargeisa University and East Africa University.

Somalia is fed up with the endless corruptions of the United Nations for Somalia and the other international NGOS which have been swindling on phony projects in Somalia since 1991 until now.

Welcome to the reality of the Somali people who decided to open schools and teach young people for extraordinary accomplishments while you have been swindling on phony projects in Somalia without transparency, accountability and trustworthy since 1991 until now.

Best Wishes,   
Office of the President
Office of the Prime Minister
Office of the Speaker of Federal Parliament

 Mogadishu Tuesday, October 29, 2013 At least 2 government soldiers died and many more others injured in a huge blast hit on Somali troops in Mogadishu’s Yaqshid district, reports said.

 The roadside bomb was targeted to Somali soldiers convey passing at the areal between in Mogadishu’s Carafad and Towfiiq neighborhoods in Yaaqshid, killing two Somali troops.

 In the aftermath of the blast, Somali Government forces have cordoned off the bomb site and launched massive operation that halted the movement of the transportations and local business in town.

No one or group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.

Somali Gov’t officials in town did not comment on the incident so far.


Tuesday, October 29, 2013 Shabelle media services which is a leading radio station based in Mogadishu remains closed for the fourth consecutive day illegal for interior Minister .

The Federal Government of Somalia has flagrantly violated the Constitution of the Federal Government of Somalia, as indicated in Article 18th and 19th of the Somali Constitution adopted August 2012, Mogadishu Somalia

Shabelle ask the Somali Federal Government and International Community why the Ministry of the Interior  is not Follow law of the land?

Did the Federal Government Follow law on their entry of Shabelle Radio?

Please Read the constitution written below word by word:

Article 18th: freedom of expression and opinions

1-    Every Person has the Right to have  express their Opinions and to Receive impart opinion, information and Ideas in anyway.

2-    Freedom of expression includes freedom of Speech and freedom of the Media including all forms of electronic and web based Media.

3-    Every person has the right to freely express their artistic creativity, knowledge and information gathered through research.

Article 19th: inviolability of the home

1-    The home and other dwellings  of the person should be inviolable and their entry, search or surveillance should not be Allowed without a reasoned order from a Judge

2-    Any such order must be read properly to the occupier of the dwelling before entry and the inspecting authority is prohibited to violate the law.

Shabelle Media Network would like to ask the international community to hold accountable the Federal Government why they are not following the rul of Law

T1393573_376700172463352_1713922313_nMogadishu Tuesday, October 29, 2013

The late Mohamed Moahmud Timo Ade who was assissinated in Mogadishu

The Human Rights Working Group (HRWG), a group of international partners comprising the European Union, Norway, Switzerland and the United States, sharply condemns the assassination of Universal TV reporter Mohamed Mohamud Tima’adde, who succumbed to his injuries on the evening of 26 October. The HRWG expresses its sincere condolences to the family and friends of Mohamed Mohamud Tima’adde.

The HRWG is also concerned about the forced closure of the Radio Shabelle outlet in Mogadishu by government’s forces, and the arrest of Radio Shabelle staff and reporters. A free, independent, and vibrant press is indispensable to any democratic society. The HRWG urges the parties to find a peaceful solution and calls on the Federal Government of Somalia to allow all journalists to work without fear of censorship or being subject to intimidation. Fundamental rights and freedoms warrant protection – including the freedom of expression and of the press.

The HRWG notes with regret that these series of targeted attacks and harassment against journalists highlight the continuing threat to media workers . The HRWG calls upon the Federal Government of Somalia to take immediate action to improve the protection of media workers; to operationalise the announced Task Force on the Investigation of the Killings of Journalists; and to bring the perpetrators of these crimes to justice.

. END

Background:

The European Union and its Member States established a Human Rights Working Group on Somalia (HRWG) in December 2011, together with Norway, Switzerland and the United States. Respect for and promotion of human rights is at the foundation of the participating members of the Human Rights Working Group (HRWG), and an inherent part of their development policies.

Dear Somalis & World Citizens,
Mogadishu on Saturday October 26, 2013 we, the Somali People & the Republic of Somalia send our condolence to the family of the deceased journalist Mohamed Mohamud "Timo-Cade" who passed away today in Mogadishu City after unknown armed gun men wounded him.

Best Wishes,
Office of the President 
Office of the Prime Minister
Office of the Speaker of Parliament
Dear Somalis & World Citizens,
Mogadishu on Saturday October 26, 2013 we, the Somali People & the Republic of Somalia send our condolence to the family of the deceased journalist Mohamed Mohamud "Timo-Cade" who passed away today in Mogadishu City after unknown armed gun men wounded him.

Best Wishes,
Office of the President
Office of the Prime Minister
Office of the Speaker of Parliament
Dear Somalis & World Citizens, 
Stop the UN for Somalia Corruptions since 1991 until now on!
Mogadishu Saturday on October 26, 2013 Photo of the day! How many phony projects were funded in Somalia since 1991 until now? 

No transparency, accountability and trustworthy since 1991 until now from the United Nation for Somalia so, whether the UN Secretary-General comes or he sends his deputy to Somalia then we know that the United Nations for Somalia corruptions won't work in Somalia. 

We are kindly requesting to the U.S. Congress, U.S. Senate, The U.K. House of Lords, The U.K. House of Commons, the Russian Kremlin, the Chinese Parliament, Interpol, the ICC, African Union, IGAD and many other international donors must start investigating the endless corruptions of the United Nations for Somalia since 1991 until nor. 

Why are we focusing on pirates? Why are we not focusing on those who are more worse than pirates, and they have been swindling on phony projects on Somalia since 1991 until now. 

Surely, we are fed up with the United Nations corruptions in Somalia so, if you do not stop it then we will stop you locally, regionally and internationally. 

No one is above the law so, why the international community not investigating the UN for Somalia corruptions? 

We have the facts and files which we can share with the world to show how corruptions in Somalia has been happening since 1991 until now?
 
Well, Somalia was not, is not and won't be a hostage to the United Nations which is international organization now loosing its global reliability for neutrality to solve complex issues.
Dear Somalis & World Citizens,
Stop the UN for Somalia Corruptions since 1991 until now on!
Mogadishu Saturday on October 26, 2013 Photo of the day! How many phony projects were funded in Somalia since 1991 until now?

No transparency, accountability and trustworthy since 1991 until now from the United Nation for Somalia so, whether the UN Secretary-General comes or he sends his deputy to Somalia then we know that the United Nations for Somalia corruptions won't work in Somalia.

We are kindly requesting to the U.S. Congress, U.S. Senate, The U.K. House of Lords, The U.K. House of Commons, the Russian Kremlin, the Chinese Parliament, Interpol, the ICC, African Union, IGAD and many other international donors must start investigating the endless corruptions of the United Nations for Somalia since 1991 until nor.

Why are we focusing on pirates? Why are we not focusing on those who are more worse than pirates, and they have been swindling on phony projects on Somalia since 1991 until now.

Surely, we are fed up with the United Nations corruptions in Somalia so, if you do not stop it then we will stop you locally, regionally and internationally.

No one is above the law so, why the international community not investigating the UN for Somalia corruptions?

We have the facts and files which we can share with the world to show how corruptions in Somalia has been happening since 1991 until now?
 
Well, Somalia was not, is not and won't be a hostage to the United Nations which is international organization now loosing its global reliability for neutrality to solve complex issues.

 First Recorded Video in Somalia's High court to show criminals that there is a government to charge them.


Dear UN,
Stop your corruptions in Somalia and Somali Media Personalities now.
Wednesday, October 23, 2013:
Photo: Dear UN,
Stop your corruptions in Somalia and Somali Media Personalities now.

Surely, these are the officials of the NUSOJ so, tell us which NUSOJ gave you authority to deal with?

The Officials of the NUSOJ

The NUSOJ General Assembly, which took place on 14-15 March 2011 in Mogadishu, elected a new NUSOJ Executive Committee as follows:

Mr Omar Faruk Osman, Secretary General

Mr Ali Moallim, Treasurer

Mr Abdiqani Sheik Mohamed, Organising Secretary

Mrs Hamdi Mohamed Kadie, Secretary for Gender Affairs

Mr Abdirahman Omar Madobe, Secretary for Informa- tion and Human Rights

Mrs Wilo Ali Bulhan, Secretary for Ethics

Mr Abdirashid Abdullahi Haydar, Training Secretary

Mr Ahmed Mohamud Mohamed, Secretary for Labour Issues

Mr Mohamed Adan, Secretary for Public Relations

Supreme Council Top Leaders as elected by General Assembly on 14-15 March 2011 are as follows:

Abdirisak Omar Ismail, Chairperson of the Supreme Council

Mr Abdi Adan Guled, Senior Vice Chairperson.

Ms Rasmi Mohamed Mohamud, Vice Chairperson

Mr Ali Ilyas Abdullahi, Vice Chairperson


By the PSGIT
Surely, these are the officials of the NUSOJ so, tell us which NUSOJ gave you authority to deal with?

The Officials of the NUSOJ

The NUSOJ General Assembly, which took place on 14-15 March 2011 in Mogadishu, elected a new NUSOJ Executive Committee as follows:

Mr Omar Faruk Osman, Secretary General

Mr Ali Moallim, Treasurer

Mr Abdiqani Sheik Mohamed, Organising Secretary

Mrs Hamdi Mohamed Kadie, Secretary for Gender Affairs

Mr Abdirahman Omar Madobe, Secretary for Informa- tion and Human Rights

Mrs Wilo Ali Bulhan, Secretary for Ethics

Mr Abdirashid Abdullahi Haydar, Training Secretary

Mr Ahmed Mohamud Mohamed, Secretary for Labour Issues

Mr Mohamed Adan, Secretary for Public Relations

Supreme Council Top Leaders as elected by General Assembly on 14-15 March 2011 are as follows:

Abdirisak Omar Ismail, Chairperson of the Supreme Council

Mr Abdi Adan Guled, Senior Vice Chairperson.

Ms Rasmi Mohamed Mohamud, Vice Chairperson

Mr Ali Ilyas Abdullahi, Vice Chairperson


By the OSGIT


Dear Somalis and World Leaders,

Wednesday, October 23, 2013:
  We know truly that the Union of Somali National Journalists (NUSOJ) headed by Secretary-General Omar Faruk and it has board of directors so, why is the United Nations misleading the Somali people?

Who are these people which they are telling us now on this website?

Well, let's tell you that there is nothing called Somaliland or Puntland therefore; we are fed up with the United Nations making endless corruptions in Somalia since 1991 until now on, and we are can't accept such ignorant awards which you are trying to mislead the Somali Media Personalities to hide the facts on the ground.

Well, can the United Nations tell us one college or university which they implemented in Somalia since 1991 until now? The right answer is no.

Surely, you can't corrupt the Union of the Somali National Journalists and members of the Somali Media Personalities to hide your endless swindling and spending money in our neighboring nations for last two decades.

Surely, we will release full details of the United Nations Staff for Somalia who have been swindling money on behalf of Somali Republic since 1991 until now sooner than you think.

http://countryoffice.unfpa.org/somalia/2013/10/23/8243/press_release_somali_media_awards_2013_launched/

Stop your corruption, and we deeply know that you set up this website http:nusoj.org.so/ in order to confuse the Somali people and the world.

However; the true websites of the Union of Somali National Journalists are http://www.nusoj.org/ http://www.nusoj.so/

Photo: #Somalia:We, the Somali People & the Republic of Somalia celebrate 21st October for the Somali Revolution led by President H.E. Mohamed Said who passed away, and we send our deep appreciation to those who made Somalia as one of the most advanced nations in the word socially, educationally and militarily. 

Specials thanks to the Somali veterans and freedom fighters, and we are telling to the Somali people and the world at large that Somalia was not, is and won't be colonized socially, economically or mentally therefore; we can tell you that you do not set up a trap unless you feel animosity.


Wake up Somalis to return law and order after two decades civil war where the international organizations made Somalia as a hostage place to swindle money and spend it in our neighboring countries!

Best Wishes,
Office of the President 
'Office of the Prime Minister 
Office of the Speaker of Parliament.
#Somalia:We, the Somali People & the Republic of Somalia celebrate 21st October for the Somali Revolution led by President H.E. Mohamed Said who passed away, and we send our deep appreciation to those who made Somalia as one of the most advanced nations in the word socially, educationally and militarily.

Specials thanks to the Somali veterans and freedom fighters, and we are telling to the Somali people and the world at large that Somalia was not, is and won't be colonized socially, economically or mentally therefore; we can tell you that you do not set up a trap unless you feel animosity.


Wake up Somalis to return law and order after two decades civil war where the international organizations made Somalia as a hostage place to swindle money and spend it in our neighboring countries!

Best Wishes,
Office of the President
'Office of the Prime Minister
Office of the Speaker of Parliament.
#Somalia: Somalia has appointed new Somali Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates H.E. Gen. Mohamed Sheokh Hassan who is replacing Ambassador H.E. Abdikadir Shikey Mohamed as of today on Sunday September 22, 2013 which was approved by the Somali Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon on September 20, 2013 in Mogadishu.

: On Sunday September 22, 2013  President H.E. Hassan Sh. Mohamed & his delegation will talk with Somali Diasporas in Columbus, Ohio on Sunday September 22, 2013

Nairobi: On Sunday September 22, 2013 Kenya Government confirmed that armed gang are responsible for the recent attack at the Westgate Shopping Center in Nairobi, Kenya.

: On Sunday September 22, 2013  We send our condolence to the victims of Westgate Shopping Center in Nairobi, & Kenya must root out armed gangs.

#Somalia: On Sunday September 22, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon and his delegation traveled to Geneva, Switzerland, and we will soon update more.
Photo: #Somalia: On Sunday September 22, 2013 Prime Minister H.E. Abdi Farah Shirdon and his delegation traveled to Geneva, Switzerland, and we will soon update more.










U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry shakes hands with Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud after addressing reporters at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC, on September 20, 2013. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
Photo: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry shakes hands with Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud after addressing reporters at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC, on September 20, 2013. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]


 


The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) is shocked and saddened to learn of the cold blooded murder of journalist Liban Abdullahi Farah.

On Sunday night, 7 July 2013: Liban Abdullahi Farah, who has been working for Bossasso-based Somali Broadcasting Corporation (SBC) and London-based Kalsan TV, was killed instantly when three unidentified assailants opened fire on him six times in Barahley neighborhood of Galkayo town.

“This latest killing confirms the horrifying reality facing Somali journalists today where intolerance and callous targeting sees an other journalist gunned down in Galkayo” said Omar Faruk Osman, NUSOJ Secretary General. “Once again we look to the authorities to take their responsibility and protect journalists from this brutal injustice.”

According to fellow journalists, Liban Abdullahi Farah, also known as Liban Qaran, was attacked at around 19:45 local time on his way home from work by men armed with pistols. He was immediately taken to a hospital in Southern Galkayo, but body was returned to him home to prepare for his burial.

The motive behind the killing is unknown but journalists suspect his death may have relation with reports Liban filed about some Puntland political parts who were campaigning in Galkayo.

“The journalists of Galkayo and across the country are rightly angry that there has not been an effective response by the authorities to the wave of violence against journalists and media. They must act quickly to protect journalists and to eliminate the threat of impunity in the killing of journalists,” said Abdirisak Omar Ismail, President of Supreme council of NUSOJ.

The National Union of Somali Journalists declares that Liban’s death brings the number of Somali journalists killed since January 2013 to 5. Mohamed Ibrahim Rageh, was killed on 21 April, Abdihared Osman Adan killed on 18 January, Mohamed Ali Nuhurkey killed on 18 March and Rahmo Abdulkadir killed on 25 March.

“When journalists are being killed with impunity it is impossible to talk of the rule of law and respect for human rights in Puntland,” said Abdiweli Hassan Abdi, Puntland Coordinator of NUSOJ.

Liban Abdullahi Farah, 25, is survived by seven children and a wife. He previously worked with several Radio and TV stations in Galkayo.

Thursday 11, 2013 Japan’s Defense Minister, Itsunori Onodera [seen above], announced that the country is heavily extending its maritime security operations, including a focus on anti-piracy efforts.

The foreword to the Defense of Japan 2013 (Annual White Paper) Digest is below:

Japan’s security environment is encompassed by various issues and destabilizing factors, some of which are becoming increasingly tangible, acute, and serious.

The security environment surrounding Japan is becoming increasingly harsh, due to challenges such as acts of provocation including the launching of the missile, which North Korea called “Satellite” and the nuclear test by North Korea, and the rapid expansion and intensification of activities by China in the waters and airspace around Japan, including intrusion into Japanese territorial waters and airspace.

Amid this situation, in order to determinedly protect the lives and property of our people, and to defend our land, sea, and airspace, the government has decided to increase the defense-related budget practically for the first time in 11 years to strengthen our defense posture. In addition, we have started intensive studies to revise the National Defense Program Guidelines within this year.

In the field, GSDF, MSDF, and ASDF units are conducting round-the-clock early warning and surveillance activities in the waters and airspace around Japan, including those in the southwestern region, as well as dealing with ballistic missiles launched by North Korea and conducting disaster relief operations.

Following the January 2013 terrorist attack in Algeria, in which Japanese nationals were killed, I dispatched a Japanese government aircraft to bring home Japanese nationals living overseas, marking the first time that a Japanese government aircraft had been used for such a purpose.

Moreover, in order to strengthen the Japan-U.S. Alliance, which plays a significant role in ensuring the safety of Japan, as well as the stability of the Asia-Pacific region, I had several meetings with U.S. Defense Secretary Hagel and engaged in efforts to further strengthen Japan-U.S. defense cooperation, including the revision of the Guidelines for Japan-U.S. Defense Cooperation. At the same time, the Ministry is steadily moving forward with the plans for the realignment of the U.S. forces in Japan, including the relocation of MCAS Futenma and the return of land areas south of Kadena, in order to mitigate the impact on local communities, such as those in Okinawa, while maintaining its deterrence.

Furthermore, in order to foster peace and stability in the region, the SDF has been actively promoting defense cooperation and exchanges, not only with the U.S.A., but also with a range of other countries. Also, the SDF has been engaging in anti-piracy operations off the coast of Somalia and in the Gulf of Aden, and has been dispatching troops for United Nations peacekeeping operations in South Sudan.

In addition to these initiatives, it is also important to maintain and strengthen defense production and technological bases. As part of this endeavor, an exemption from the Three Principles of Arms Exports and their related guidelines was put in place in March this year, focused on the participation of Japanese industries in the production of the F-35 next-generation fighter aircraft.

Photo: Moqdisho: Talaado, July 09, 2013 Guddoomiyaha baarlamaanka Soomaaliya ahna ku simaha madaxweynaha, Prof. Maxamed Sheekh Cismaan (Jawaari) ayaa maanta kula kulmay Muqdisho wafdi ka socday Qaramada Midoobay oo uu hoggaaminaya madaxa hay’adda qoxootiga adduunka ee UNHCR, Antonio Guterres.

Kulankan ayaa waxaa looga hadlay arrimo dhowr ah oo quseeya qaxootiga Soomaaliyeed ee ku nool dalalka Soomaaliya dariska la ah iyo kale ee caalamka, iyadoo la qorsheynayo in sannadkan shir looga hadlayo dib u soo celinta qoxootiga Soomaalida ee Kenya lagu qabto magaalada Nairobi.

Ra’iisul wasaare ku xigeenka ahna wasiiradda arrimaha dibadda Soomaaliya, Fowsiyo Yuusuf Xaaji Aadan ayaa ka mid ahayd xubnihii goobjoogga ka ahaa kulankan oo qaatay muddo saacado ah.

Guddoomiyaha baarlamaanka ayaa ku dhiirri-geliyay madaxa UNHCR inay hay'addu gacan ka geysato sidii qoxootiga Soomaalida ee ku nool dalaka ay Soomaaliya jaarka yihiin kuwa kale ee caalamka dib loogu soo celin lahaa Soomaaliya. Sidoo kalena ay u heli lahaayeen xuquuqdooda.

Sidoo kale, Jawaari ayaa soo hadal qaaday barakacayaasha ku nool gudaha Soomaaliya, isagoo ka dalbaday hay’adaha Qaramada Midoobay inay gacan ka geystaan sidii loo caawin lahaa barakacayaasha.

“Waxyaabaha wafdigan uu kala hadlay guddoomiyaha baarlamaanka waxaa ka mid ah sidii loo qaban lahaa shir u gaar ah qaxootiga Soomaaliyeed ee dalalka caalamka ku nool,” ayay tiri wasiiradda arrimaha dibadda oo markii uu kulanku soo dhammaaday la hadashay warbaahinta.

Madaxa hay'adda UNHCR, Antonio Guterres oo isaguna dhankiisa saxaafadda la hadlay ayaa sheegay in madaxda dowladda uu kala hadlay xaaladda ay ku sugan yihiin qoxootiga Soomaaliyeed ee dalalka dariska ah iyo sidii wax loogu qaban lahaa.

Antonio Guterres iyo wafdigiisa ayaa waxaa lagu wadaa inay booqasho ku tagaan xeryaha qoxootiga ee ay ku jiraan Soomaaliya oo ku yaalla dalalka Kenya iyo Itoobiya, kuwaasoo ah kuwa ugu waaweyn caalamka ee ay ku jiraan dad qoxooti ah.
Mogadishu: Tuesday, July 09, 2013 Somali Speaker of Parliament Prof. Mohamed Sheikh Osman (Jawari) met the UNHCR Boss H.E. Antonio Guterres who came to Somalia for special talks about how the UNHCR can help with the Somali Government in order to repartriate Somali refugees to Somalia from African countries and around the world who have been suffering from lack of asylum status.

President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohanud was welcomed by the President of the Republic of South Sudan H.E. Silva Kir in South Sudan.
Photo: President H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohanud was welcomed by the President of the Republic of South Sudan H.E. Silva Kir in South Sudan.
Dear Somalis and the World Leaders,



Mogadishu on Monday July 8, 2013 Somali people and the Republic of Somalia, we are fed up with Somaliland's Administration for making forgery currencies, passports and ranks as well as confusing and brainwashing innocents.

Somalia has been one nation under God before 1960s and after the Independence so, if you do not like to stay in the land of Somali people as Somalis then it is the right time for you to evacuate yourselves before it is too late.

Every tribe in Northern regions in Somalia can do the same forgeries by making their own currencies, ranks and passports to further confuse Somali people and the international community if they want to but they respect and consider for helping Somalia to stand united and stop bullying like lunatic politicians.

It is the right time to stop Somaliland's insanity and tribal ambition to seek for phony breakaway from Somalia within as a tribe.

In Somaliland's Administration is one tribe, and nowadays, we have three more different semi-autonomous administrations such as Awdal State, Khaatumot State and Finally Sayla State so, if you did not like them then they have the right to manage and administer their places within the Republic of Somalia whether you like it or not.

Best Wishes,
Office of the President
Communications Department