The Plight of Wagosha People in Jubba Land

Muhammad Haji Ingiriis - Since the end of 18th century, there has been a contest for resources and economic control in southern Somalia's Jubba Regions. The race for resources in these Regions is between various groups with competing economic interests in the area and it is has been increasingly difficult for the original inhabitants to deter these groups from grabbing their land.
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The Plight of Wagosha People in Jubba Land

Competition for resources in these areas is frankly based on excessive greed and wild imaginations a lot worse than the one on the book "Animal farm" by George Orwell in 1994 in which it emerged that all humans are equal but some are more equal than others.

Foreigners that write about the conflict in the country believe Jubba regions are the central pillar in the conflict in southern Somalia Region and the only part in the country where hostilities will linger on long after the conflict is over in the rest of the country. These areas are particularly of interests due to its richness in mineral resources which every group is trying to get its hands on; "pure gold" as some would say.

Catherine Besteman and Lee V. Cassanelli who are both Anthropologists wrote a book about title

Article 21 May 2021 10:14

I read your article on Foreign Policy with keen eyes and interest. While whining from public officials does not deserve response from any sensible citizen of the Republic of Somalia, I felt compelled to counter false narrative with more objective analysis.