The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 7)

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan- Virginia, USA Lack of Common Denominator The current political atmosphere in the Southern Regions of Somalia is blind and hardly offers any wiggling room for reconciliation. From time to time, splinter groups mushroom and rock the boat, because they don't get their share of power spoils. This ongoing political logjam is the major component that bleeds the country to death.
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The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 7)

It creates mass displacement, disruption of civilian way of life, destruction of properties, hunger, diseases, malnutrition, civilian death on high seas, lack of job opportunities, and lately on piracy adventures as short term solution out of desperation. We are always on square one, and no one ever turns the next page that could offer better solutions to stabilize these regions. Let

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