Somalia is enticing foreign investors to help solve its energy crisis
Although a heavy cordon of militia security manned inside the establishment of Villa Somalia, it was more of a matter of mistrust among the Junta leaders who opted to hunker in a box-like underground hole without air conditioning system or cross-ventilation.
In a short call, Mr. Nabad-diid notified the Junta leaders to attended the meeting and deliberate a new policy that could guide the new administration, while cleaning up the strongholds of the of TFG forces and consolidating the Emirate rule over the country. But the hasty draft he tabled for review did impress his comrades and accepted as the basis of discussions consistent with the policy framework they had in mind to be announced shortly in Radio Mogadishu. The agenda of Mr. Nabad-diid
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