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    This is exactly the kind of people we need. People who see opportunities and grab it with both hands.

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    Ninba si u arag, why would someone who got opportunity to make different, and been the LAND of opportunities, came back and sell tea? this is bizarre,and not good example, he could go to UNi, get better skills, make money and go back. with all the things he could bring back, from the land of opportunities, maa SHAAH karin buu ka keeney? how is this good?

    Kan wax wayn ma keenin, runtii, tea making was already there, Habraa shaaha kariya in XEEBTA kusoo kubaareeyo maaheeyn, and don’t see this as newsworthy and we should NOT report FAILURES as success, Wax badan baa umadda iska khaldan.

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    There are two kinds of people, those who sit on their butt and wait for a miracle to happen that will change the course of their life.

    And then there are those who face their reality and do something about it.

    This guy who started this small business, falls into the second. Whereas majority of Somalis fall into the first category.

    This guy did not have enough money to start his ideal business, but he has a plan to reach that goal.

    I am convinced this young man has the traits of great businessmen as those who hail from his home town of Gabiley. The town that brought people like Jirde Hussein, Xoogsade, Oomar, Mohamed Saeed etc. Multi-million dollar businessmen.

    The big picture here is that, people need not to wait for some miracle to happen, but they can start from the closest stepping stone until they reach their ideal job or business.

    Case in point, the owner of one of the largest Somaliland companies, MSG Group, a conglomerate which earns close to billion dollars annaully, started 20 years ago with just a small truck which he used to bring goods between Hargeisa and Djibouti.

    Today, MSG owns some of the largest companies in Djibouti including Shipping lines, Tobacco companies, Telecommunications companies, factories. He employs close to 10,000 people in Dijbouti and Somaliland.

    Like he said, he hiring already and it is not even a month into his startup.

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    How many thousands of Somaliland’s youth make the journey across the Mediterranean Sea to finally claim Wanlaweyn ancestry. “Abaayo waxaan kaso jeeda Afgooye”.

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