The current Somali government, whose mandate ended, came to power with the expectations of massive reforms in institutional and development settings. President Farmajo completed his term in office without paving the way for consensus-based elections; instead, he messed up the growing Somali institutions and the trust-building processes.

Lack of leadership created a constitutional crisis in Somalia

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 19 April 2021

It has been over 30 years since Somalia descended into a full civil war which turned the country into a failed state. Of 70% of people in Somalia are under 30 and have never witnessed a properly functioning government institution, that keeps law and order with good governance structures. Prior to the civil war the country had gone through 21 years of dictatorship.

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Editorial Keydmedia Online | 11 February 2011

Cairo (keydmedia) - One chapter of brutal dictatorship is closed today. The Egyptian youth have illustrated that their commitment for change was not in vain. They demanded for a democratic system, away from the repressive autocracy of Husni Mubarak. And now that is just one step away from realizing it.

The State of the Union Speech = Tough Road Ahead

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 26 January 2011

Ibrahim Iman - (Keydmedia) - The last night's State of the Union Address by President Barack Obama was mainly about U.S. domestic issues, including a bipartisan appeal for a divided house of representative, addressing deficit spending and a call for winning "the future" by focusing on ways to "out-innovate, out educate and outbuild the rest of the world."

The Current Political Assessment of Somalia By: Keydmedia.net

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 23 January 2011

The beleaguered Somali populations are sure about the perils of foreign intervention of Somalia and the discord among Somali politicians; a fact very common in the past two decades, which put the southern and central regions of Somalia losing hope of seeing Somalia reunited in lifetime.

The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 10) (NEW)

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 9 January 2011

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan- Virginia, USA - The Response of the Junta Leaders: Mr. From the onset, Mr. Dabshid supported the guideline draft policy presented by Mr. Nabad-diid, but cautioned of influencing ethnic Islamic communities living in East African countries without first consolidating the rule of the country. He also emphasized the possibility of forming an independent armed wing for piracy capable of brawling the high seas at large, instead of joining individualistic pockets equipped with rudimentary fishing boats. Mr. Dabshid also underlined the need to empower loyal clans to defend the Islamic Emirate.

Somali parliament: grouping and where every thing possibly takes place with shameless!

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 24 November 2010

House of the parliament doesn’t seem to be hosting honorable representatives after the lawmakers turned into two groups who don’t listen to themselves let alone other body else while they are supposed to pass or reject bills or give vote of confidence to the cabinet ministers.

The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 9)

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 8 November 2010

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan- Virginia, USA - The Mess After The Coupe D' 'EtatIt was a hot and humid late morning in April, the hottest month of the year, when the victorious Junta held an impromptu meeting in a makeshift bunker at the Villa Somalia, the temporary convention center of the Junta and former TFG regime headquarters, then residence of the president, as well as other top leaders for security reasons.

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

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 15 October 2010

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan- Virginia, USA - The Magnitude of Disagreement & DestructionThe 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.

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

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 8 October 2010

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan- Virginia, USALack of Common DenominatorThe 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.

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

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 9 September 2010

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman AdanThe Route to EscapeThe 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.

The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 5)

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 1 September 2010

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman AdanCoup d' 'Etat from within:The Discordant Well is the contending bone in the political arena of Somalia in the past half a century and will remain so for years to come. This is a raw political issue contended by rivals, cajoled by many, fought over and over again for top government leadership positions, and not yet settled in any equitable terms. The political quagmire hit its zenith in the past twenty years.

The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 4)

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 27 August 2010

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan (Please Read Part 1, 2 and 3 first)

The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 3)

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 26 August 2010

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan (Please Read Part 1 & 2 first)

The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 2)

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 25 August 2010

By By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan (Please Read Part 1 first)

The Discordant Well Water - The Somali Political Tragedy (Part 1)

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 24 August 2010

By By Prof. Mohamoud Iman AdanOnce I heard the opinion of a man on TV about theater; he said “Theater is the lie that tells the truth.” In a sense, the following is a lie that tells of the following truths... the truth about our political orientation and the actors who embezzled the will of the People more than half a century, in fact this is a humorous look at how pathetic our leaders are...very tragic indeed.

What is the obstacle of government army’s development?

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 23 August 2010

MOGADISHU (Keydmedia.net)-since the transitional federal government moved to the capital, Mogadishu late December, 2006 and took upper hand from the Islamic courts unions which were controlling south and central Somalia, the government stated that it would improve the quality of government army through getting better training.