October 13, 2019

So, Ahmed Madoobe is proclaimed President of Jubaland for 3rd time, now three times consecutively, in exchange for the destruction of Jubaland natural environment and perinnial rainforest, turning the entire vinicity and Kismayo Port black with coal ashes; with extremists still occupying entire Jubaland, save Kismayo City, which still enjoys the administration of warlordism and one-man show, with the extra security threat this time around to Somalia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity from Kenya at mercy of autistic-like political leader at the helm of the Federal Government of Somalia.

Was the whole purpose of Madoobe’s Inauguration involves in doing more harm to the causes of the residents of jubaland and Somalia under the incompetent, short-sided, selfish and vengeful leadership of Farmaajo-Khayre feeble and pity dictators? 

Where do we go now from here to try to fix this mess created by Farmaajo Team?

Read what the Ethiopian intellectuals and scholars are concluding on FGS, in their October 2019 CDRC DIGGEST Journal, Vol 4 No 4:

“This is similar to how the Islamic Courts Union dealt with their opponents to emerge as the sole power in Southern Somalia from 2005 until early 2007. Currently the SFG is facing a dual challenge: addressing the threats that Al-Shabaab poses on the one hand and asserting itself as the de facto and de jure government of the entire country and the federal member states on the other.

 It appears that the SFG has yet to show progress on both fronts. The assault it has waged on the FMS has created fault lines that Al-Shabaab is manipulating. The situation of the Sourhwest, Galmudug and Hir-Shebelle states and the strength that AlShabaab is showing indicate these fault lines. Puntland and Jubaland have survived the onslaught of the SFG and are reasserting themselves in their respective areas of control, although the SFG is trying to asphyxiate them, Jubaland in particular. But these confrontations will not help either the SFG or these contesting FMS, as resources spent on self-defense and attacks could have been used to strengthen each other against a common enemy”

Prime Minister Abyi Ahmed of Ethiopia has just won the Nobel Peace Price for job well done for the entire Region, while President Farmaajo is being accusing of dismembering his own country and allowing extremists to multiply and get bolder under his watch.



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July 24, 2019

The writing on the wall for Qatar involvement in acts of terrorism and political blackmail has been always there for all to read. Many Western countries were either complicit in Qatar’s unholy activities or looked the other way. All knew Qatar was not only supporting extremist organizations, but also hosting them openly in its own country.

Somali extremists were no different. A number of top former leaders of Somali extremist organisations currently live in Qatar. What is making its historical role now different is that the tiny Gulf State of Qatar is in charge of both the Federal Government of Somalia and extremist organizations – a delicate balancing act that only Qatar knew how to do.

In fact, the recent New York Times article on Qatar and UAE Arab family feuds presently playing out in Somalia is just more of a statement of the fact than making in-depth analysis of Qatar’s new menacing activities in the Horn of Africa with regards to oil exploration, using her influence in major Western oil firms like ENi she holds big shares. ENI is deeply involved in Kenya-Somalia Maritime dispute, which, in turn, indicates Qatar’s role in Kenya’s claim.

Policy positions of Saudia Arabia and UAE towards Qatar’s terrorist activities in the region and beyond are consistent with realities, despite their reactionary governments’ policies too.