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  1. Dalmar, Please do not fall Failmajo trick to buy Galmadug Votes with false promise. Qatar ain't gone build anything for you and has no history helping any one except The terrorist.
  2. Most volatile and insecure war torn country has just been selected Their chief of army to be 25 year old teen. It's proven fact failmajo and crew are doing all they can to insure Somalia holds the title it's been holding for the last 20yrs. Most corrupted, lawless, famine, Hostile country in the world. but what amaze the most is when I see some paid stooges who are applauding the dark direction where the country is being led by Failmajo.
  3. Do not west time with N&N paid stooges online. Here there are Ignoring what happened south west state, where innocent people were killed, the leading Candidate was arrested by paid Ethiopian gangs. the whole MPs were emigrated to Mugadisho and finally, A minister from N&N were selected. and here they are talking about Madoobe election being Sham.
  4. Sawirka Maanta. Sawirka maanta . Kismaayay ka shidan tahay maanta WWW.PUNTLANDI.COM
  5. Somalia’s southern state of Jubaland extended its leader’s rule by four years in an election that will have repercussions extending beyond a region that’s at the forefront of a battle against al-Qaeda-linked militants. Mohamed Islam Madobe won 56 votes in the state parliament, while his closest rival, Anab Mohamed Dahir, secured 17, Speaker Sheikh Abdi Mohamed announced Thursday. Madobe has ruled the territory for six years and made some headway in a war with al-Shabaab, an extremist group that stages frequent attacks in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, and has struck nearby countries, including Kenya and Uganda. The election in Jubaland was closely watched by a central government that’s seeking regional allies before next year’s national election and is struggling to firm up a federation of states that includes Jubaland, Puntland and Somaliland. The states and are jostling for more autonomy and control over oil, gas and other resources. Jubaland won some political autonomy in 2013. The central government is wary of Madobe, who leads a powerful militia known as Ras Kamboni that’s previously fought alongside Kenyan troops against al-Shabaab to recapture a port in Kismayo city in 2012. Kenya invaded Somalia in 2011 after a spate of kidnappings by the militants in its territory, later joining a multi-national African Union peacekeeping force. ‘Buffer Zone’ Jubaland was created with Kenya’s blessing, partly “as a buffer zone against al-Shabaab,” said Geoffrey Lugano, a political science lecturer at Kenyatta University in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi. “It matters who wins the elections” because the actions its leadership takes against al-Shabaab will determine its strength going forward and whether thousands of Somalian refugees who fled to Kenya can return home, he said. Madobe said his priorities will be to foster unity and ensure security. “Somalia in in a difficult period that requires cooperation, in order to liberate territories in Jubaland from the enemy” al-Shabaab, he said in his acceptance speech. — With assistance by Hilton Shone (Updates with Jubaland’s relationship with central government starting in thrid paragraph.) Published on ‎August‎ ‎22‎, ‎2019‎ ‎4‎:‎28‎ ‎AM Updated on ‎August‎ ‎22‎, ‎2019‎ ‎7‎:‎17‎ ‎AM Bloomberg - Are you a robot? WWW.BLOOMBERG.COM Bloomberg - Are you a robot? WWW.BLOOMBERG.COM
  6. LOL, the first Pic. As they said. "Rag baa Kaadido u soo cabay"
  7. This is the future Map Failmajo approved in Asmara Meeting and here you are worrying about Kenya.
  8. His Uncle Mr Bare try that back in 1986 by slaughtering innocent women and children, burning OGs villages and Digging new wells for ilka yar reer miyi near afmadow. and 30 years later A looser from the states is trying to a accomplish what his uncle failed to do.
  9. The stooge who started this topic. That was the plan to held the election in buaale in first place, and they are not one inch closer freeing buale yet. The vice president and the minister of security has full contoll of gedo, and there is darwsih army paid the salaries by madoobe that controls baladxawo, luuq and doolo. there are few failmajo suporters that exist in garbaharey and bardheere. madoobe has more and loyal army then failmajo. The real habitants of gedo with their Ugaas yariisow support Madoobe. The cowdaaq gangs are the only ones making the noise. bare Hiraale with support of HAG Government and 250 army in kista had much more better chance then Xidig or seraar, we all know what happen to hiraale.
  10. I will take that as (Laangaab Threat). Here you are acting a nationalist and meantime supporting the fake president who handed over 1977 veteran to Ethiopia. how many times did I have to tell you, there ain't nothin yo can do to jubalalnd ee worry about Borama. Somalinimo went out of the window long time.
  11. "he who controls elections gets elected".on top of that. he is the front runner, he is the most qualified. he has the support, means and the power to stay the head of jubaland for decades. he had lost more 1000.00 to liberate kista. he made kista most developed and peaceful city in south the last eight years. I know all that the does not matter to you cuz your hate towards madobe clan. but there is nothing that u can do about it.
  12. you did not get the pointt. unlike failmajo, gaas and sharif, xaaf. Madobe started this project from get go and he is sole owner till the project is complete. act like an adult and please stop believing Failmajo lies. he who controls elections gets elected.
  13. Only if u have any clue, how the jubaland project get where it's now and all the obstacles it went thru when it was first proposed. please educate your self before you bet anything. Classified By: Somalia Unit Counselor Bob Patterson for reasons 1.4(b,d ). 1. (C) Summary: Darod/Ogaden clan heavyweight Ahmed Madobe, in coordination with TFG officials, appears to be stepping up efforts to take Kismayo and consolidate control of Lower Juba. (Note: Hassan al-Turki is the nominal head of the Ras Kamboni group, which has been working to overthrow the TFG. In recent months Turki's top commanders Ibrahim Shukri and Madobe have worked behind the scenes to marginalize al-Turki within his Ogaden/Mohamed Zubeyr subclan and move against al-Shabaab. End Note.) Our contacts tell us TFG Minister of Defense, the TFG Minister of Finance, and the Prime Minister are aware of and support Madobe's plans. Madobe has been appointed head of an evolving Lower Juba entity, which is locally administered and has links to the TFG. Shukri has been appointed head of internal affairs. The appointments of Madobe and Shukri grew out of recent meetings in Juba and Nairobi between their supporters and predominantly Darod/Kabalah clan leaders and MPs (reftel). Our contacts report that many Marehan figures in Gedo, to include long-time warlord Barre Hirale, appear uninterested in cooperating with Lower Juba to form a Jubaland entity unless they (Marehan) are in charge. End summary. Madobe Prepares for "War" with Al-Shabaab ----------------------------------------- 2. (C) A close ally of Ahmed Madobe on August 12 told us that he had just returned from meeting Madobe at the Kenyan border. Madobe held a meeting in Dhoble on August 13, during which he reportedly assured NGOs and humanitarian organizations that they could operate in areas under his control. After the meeting Madobe told our contact that he intended to return to Kismayo and was preparing for war with al-Shabaab. Madobe said he recently traveled to Mogadishu to encourage his allies to take part in a Kismayo offensive. An Ogaden business figure close to Madobe, Mohamed Sheikh, on August 12 told us that Madobe said the focus should be on Kismayo. After Kismayo was under his control, consideration would be given to Gedo Region. Mohamed Shiekh told us that Madobe does not intend to push beyond lower Juba. Sheikh had just been in Mogadishu, where he met with the TFG Ministers of Defense and Finance and the Prime Minister, who all supported Madobe's plans. Shukri told the Minister of Defense that Madobe's plan was the kind of initiative that "he would fund." In Mohamed Sheikh's view, Darod/Kabalah subclans were behind the evolving Lower Juba administration and would add currently inactive militia to the fight. (Note: Mohamed Sheikh is the chairman of Somalia's second largest telecom company. End note.) 3. (C) Our contacts tell us that Madobe has been appointed head of an evolving Lower Juba entity, which is locally administered and has links to the TFG while Ibrahim Shukri has been appointed head of the entity's internal affairs. Madobe's role is essentially military and Shukri's is administrative. The appointments grew out of recent meetings in Juba and Nairobi between the supporters of Madobe and Shukri and predominantly-Darod/Kabalah clan leaders and MPs. In mid-July a 27-person Steering Committee was formed for Jubaland, but our contacts say that arguments continue over who will occupy key positions (reftel). (Note: Madobe appears to both head the Ras Kamboni organization and an emerging Jubaland administration. Al-Turki is described as aging, marginalized within his Ogaden/Mohamed Zubeyr subclan, and increasingly loyal to al-Shabaab. Other contacts involved in the mid-July meetings tell us there was support for Madobe among the Darod/Kabalah leaders. End note.) The Question of Gedo and the Marehan ------------------------------------- 4. (C) Darod/Kabalah contacts on August 12 told us there is disagreement between the Darod/Marehan clan in Gedo region about joining Lower Juba representatives to form a Jubaland. The most influential Marehan leaders in Gedo, to include long-time warlord Barre Hirale, appear uninterested in cooperating with Lower Juba to form a Jubaland unless they are in charge. Other Juba contacts report some Marehan support the idea, but they are the less influential and not well-armed members of the subclan. NAIROBI 00001710 002.5 OF 002 Many Darod leaders from Juba and Gedo reportedly agree on the general principle of a Jubaland state subordinate to the TFG, but remain divided over who will control Jubaland and the port of Kismayo. One option being considered is a Jubaland state with two regions, Middle Juba and Lower Juba. Middle Juba, in this scenario, would be predominantly Marehan and Lower Juba would be primarily Ogaden and Puntlandersteen. Our contacts, however, indicate the Ogaden and Puntlandersteen would insist on the presidency of a united Jubaland. Mohamed Sheikh said it is widely believed in Lower Juba that Ethiopia intends to support the Marehan's claims on Kismayo because Addis Ababa would be threatened by an Ogaden-led Lower Juba administration. (Note: The Ogaden is currently the most powerful subclan within the Darod/Kabalah in Lower Juba. The Darod/Kabalah also contains the Puntlandersteen subclan. The Darod/Marehan power base remains Gedo region, or "Middle Juba." End note.)
  14. the above haters, Please keep dreaming. the father of jubaland Amir Madoobe is here to stay, and it ain;t shit that yo all can do about it. if you can not stop jubaland when it was infant, you can not and will not stop now. and the dude who started this none sense topic, please concentrate Borame where you ass is from. stay away jubaland affairs.
  15. Guhad, this place is invested by nabar and naxdin paid stooges who celebrated this incident, so please do not bring some one's personal info to this public.