The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 8)

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan- Virginia, USA - The Magnitude of Disagreement & Destruction The peace Core came close to the battlefield, and from there they saw the smoke belching from burning technicals at distant spots in the city. At the far corner, one could see some heavy artilleries scuttling here and there around the tall walled villas built with fraudulent money from the former military government coffers by the Discord Well.
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The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 8)

Finally they reached the conference hall. What they have seen was beyond their wild imagination. The chaotic destruction is everywhere and overwhelming. There were burned down sedans and some technicals parked behind the conference hall. There were broken chairs, smashed tables, abandoned shoes, most of then sandals, plastic water bottles, broken wooden stick used as whacking tools, cigarettes and matches, notebooks and pens, broken digital camera, cell phones used as throwing stones, walking sticks, hats, dried blood stains on table clothes, you name them. Even the hardboard partition walls were tore down, just to recover the wooden boards used either for attacks or for defense purposes. Again, the hopeful convention is doomed and the Peace Core group were at loss of what the future holds reconciliation and stability. They looked around for solace, and then and turned back heartbroken and disillusioned than ever. Their their fight was not yet over, and Dulmiddid remarked, “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