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 | 14 November 2011

The intervention of external forces in Somalia has consistently plunged Somalia into greater wretchedness. Is it possible to compound the suffering of a famine-stricken population? Once again, we find ourselves at a familiar junction: destructive and illegal intervention joined by the continuation of internal chaotic violence compounded by new indignation.

Bleak Predicament of Kenyan Adventures into Somalia…! - Part Two

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 8 November 2011

Part Two - Read Part One first - By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan- Keydmedia - Virginia, USA - Kenyan Military Incursion & the Ambiguity of TFG Leaders - Mr. Gandi and his clan-affiliated Kenyan citizens have created a situation of hoodwinking Kenyan policy-makers to opt for military incursion into Somalia and eradicate al-Shabaab presence in Jubba lands and then handing over the control over to Azania regional authority.

Bleak Predicament of Kenyan Adventures into Somalia…! - Part One

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 5 November 2011

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan- Keydmedia - Virginia, USA - One thing that Somalis know more than anything else in the real life is warring. The battlefield is a barometer of worthiness and fallen heroes become instant role models for the memory of kin generations.

American Identified as Bomber in Attack on African Union in Somalia

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 1 November 2011

MOGADISHU, Somalia — The voice in the recording sounds unmistakably familiar — the tenor, the colloquialisms — a boy who grew up in America.

The illegal Kenyan invasion of Somalia crystallizes IGAD/EAC Political Initiative

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 24 October 2011

Mr. Mohamud M. Uluso - The ongoing illegal Kenyan military invasion of Somalia, which has left experts on East Africa region with many questions about motive, timing and objectives, crystallizes the Regional Political Initiative (RPI) of the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development and East African Community (IGAD/EAC) on Somalia. Important members of IGAD/EAC are Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, and Rwanda.

UN & the Dashed Hopes of Somali Young Generations

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 5 October 2011

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan- Keydmedia - Virginia, USA - How to prevent further erosion of United Nations’ honored guiding principles in regards to troubled nations of the 3rd World countries? In respect to the Somali society, the damage has been done already, and yet, we badly need a timely genuine intervention of the United Nations’ Security Council and reverse the downward trend.

Why the Somalia nightmare continues

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 11 September 2011

As the catastrophic man-made famine and war continue to ravish southern Somalia, many of the world’s people have asked how such an appalling nightmare can persist. Indeed, the most pressing international crisis of the 21st century is Somalia.

KENYA: Dadaab - locals vs refugees

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 2 September 2011

Dadaab (Keydmedia) - For months, the Kenyan government resisted opening an extension of the world’s largest refugee complex in Dadaab to accommodate Somalis displaced by drought and conflict, finally relenting in late August.

The Somali Famine- Who Should We Blame to?

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 12 August 2011

Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan (Keydmedia) Virginia, USA - In reference to an article high lightening the Somali famine and aptly named “The unholy alliance by donors, media and aid agencies” by Rasna Warah- a columnist of the Kenyan Daily Nation on 6th of August, and attached in hereby hit the nail on the head about the fate of relief aids for Africa starving populations.

Somalia: “Buffer zone” or suppression and massacre zone - Keydmedia Exclusive

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 2 August 2011

London (Keydmedia) - Its obvious that the independence of Somalia in 1960 created instability and chaos in Horn of Africa and whole East African region, because of the rough and arrogant policies adopted by the Somali leaders.

Somalia: The Unearthing of the Scandal of the TFG - Keydmedia Exclusive

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 20 July 2011

Keydmedia - The current TFG has squandered USD 76 million tax money generously given by the people of the United States of America. So far, less than three million USD are spent on legitimate purposes. Such gift was earmarked to restore defunct social services: Paying salary of all government staffers and security units, as well as covering all legitimate services undertaken by the TFG.

TFG Leadership Equates to Hypocrisy, Embezzlement & Corruption (Secret)

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 2 June 2011

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan (Keydmedia) - Virginia, USA - This article follows the audit investigation compiled by Public Finance Management Unit (PFMU) of the TFG II covering the accountancy in the Executive Summary of the years 2009-2010.

Somalia: A Light At The End Of The Tunnel!

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 9 May 2011

By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan (Keydmedia) - Virginia, USA - The contemporary Somalia national character is afflicted with great controversy, and the negative spiral uptrend is getting momentum day after day. The status quo of the southern regions remains unaffected as long as the political clique pursues self-interest, while the governed masses fail to rise up and demand their God given rights.

The Beginning of the End of Somalia’s Statehood

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 17 April 2011

The 4th Political Crisis of Somalia is On the Horizon - By Prof. Mohamoud Iman Adan (Keydmedia) Virginia, USA - In 1992, the UN peacekeeping in Somalia had backfired as the mandate became part of the problem as UN sided with a certain faction group, while alienating another faction group.

A Half-Baked Regional Agreement

Editorial Keydmedia Online | 27 February 2011

From: Galmudug Diaspora CommunityTo: UNDP Political Office in Nairobi, KenyaCC: USA Embassy accredited in Nairobi, KenyaCC: EU Embassies accredited in Nairobi, KenyaCC: IGAD Embassies accredited in Nairobi, KenyaCC: Arab League SecretariatCC: Islamic Conference