The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 6)

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan The Route to Escape The first wave was led Mr. Dibjir and his lieutenants. They were scary and hasten to escape before rival factions may follow them and take revenge of past betrayals. They did not feel safe to relent their pace and disclose some information, and Da'ad and his team failed to persuade them and learn what was going in the conference grounds. They just pressed ahead and went to the opposite direction.
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The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 6)

Dibjir is a former freelance hassler who grew wealthy by amassing the spoils of the former military regime. Through the solicitation of a transitional government, Dibjir landed on a lucrative UNDP contract for food distribution. Although the Organization paid him off his service in full, he schemed 25% of the donated food, selling in the open marked and using the preceding to pay off expenses he incurred during food operations. Although the gossip of Dibjir

Editorial 29 April 2022 13:51

Somalia is on the move. It is pushing for foreign investment, and large infrastructure projects are changing the face of its scarred capital city, Mogadishu. These developments could promise better fortunes for Somalis as the country emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic