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HSM and Deni

Somali President Entangled in his Secret Deals with Deni

President Hassan Sheikh Mahamood has been in the Somali regional state of Puntland for three days where he is trying to resolve a bitter dispute between him and the President of Puntland, Said Abdullahi Deni. Already, as soon as he arrived at the airport in Garowe, the capital of Puntland, Deni greeted him coldly and […]

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Mohamed Abib January

Mohamed Abib: A Voice For The Voiceless

The Kormeeraha team chose to shine the spotlight on Mr. Mohamed Abib for our January Personality for his imprint on Somaliland politics representing the voiceless. Mohamed Abib is an outspoken politician who now sits in the lower house of the self-declared Somaliland entity in northern Somalia. He was elected last year to the Somaliland parliament […]

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PM Roble suspended

Prime Minister Roble Suspended For Corruption

In a dramatic turn of political events in Somalia, President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has suspended Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble from office as the investigation into his misappropriation of public land reserved for the Somali National Army (SNA) is underway. On December 22, Navy Commander General Abdihamid Dirir released a video alleging that senior government […]

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General Odowa Yusuf Rageh

Odowa Yusuf Rageh: Somalia’s Audacity Of Hope

Kormeeraha Magazine Team picked General Odowa Yusuf Rageh as the Somali Personality of the month of August. That month has a particular significance for the young general since he was promoted Chief of Staff of the Somalia National Army on August 2019 at the age of 32. The past few months, General Rageh was on […]

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Hanifa Habsade

Hanifa Habsade : Somalia’s Fearless Women Rights Activist

This month, the Kormeeraha Magazine Team settled on Hanifa Mohamed Ibrahim Habsade as the Somali Personality of the month of July. Ms. Hanifa, the Minister for Women and Human Rights, is visible in all forums speaking on behalf of women, children, the disabled and other marginalized sectors of society. These sectors, deprived of rights but […]

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Federal Elections’ Breakthrough?

The Somali Electoral Consultative Council (ECC), which has been meeting in Mogadishu for the past two days, has today officially released the new election schedule for Somalia, as the previous one was not workable. The second consecutive day of the conference held at the Afisioni Center was chaired by the Prime Minister of Somalia, Mohamed […]

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Colonel Saney Abdulle Injured In A Suicide Attack

Six days ago, Al-Shabab suicide bomber has attacked a Somali National Army (SNA) base detonating his explosive-laden car killing ten soldiers and injuring several others, including Colonel Saney Abdulle. The troops stationed in that base, located in the town of Biyo-Adde in the Middle Shabelle region, were under the command of the 27th Somali Military […]

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Somalia, Ethiopia Sign Trade Deal On Somali Fishery Products

New trade deal on Somali fishery products, considered as the first agreement of its kind was signed yesterday in Mogadishu between the governments of Somalia and Ethiopia, in which Ethiopian khat will be exchanged for Somali fish. Speaking at the signing of the agreement today at the airport in the capital, Federal Minister of Fisheries […]

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PM Roble Published List Of New Electoral Commissions

Following a review and amendment to the May 27th National Consultative Assembly agreement, Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble released a list of Federal, State and Dispute Resolution Electoral Commissions. Mr. Roble issued last night a decree appointing committees to oversee the upcoming elections for the two Houses of the Federal Parliament and the Dispute Resolution […]

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Somali Army Recruits In Eritrea

The Fate Of Somali Army Recruits In Eritrea

The fate of Somali army recruits trained in Eritrea made headlines again days after a member of Sahan Research, a Nairobi-based lobby group, shared on social media an excerpt from a report on the human rights record in Eritrea. With unsubstantiated allegations of Somali soldiers’ participation in the war against Tigray rebels in Ethiopia, the […]

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