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That is a good news indeed. Well, on the laughter side of things, I am kind of waiting for the hapless political clique in Villa Somalia to start writing their usual "complaining letters" to the UNSC and to even write to the Singaporean's government about this particularly company investing in Somaliland.
After all, that is all they are capable of doing under any circumstances. They are not in a position to stop Somaliland. They are not in a position to stop others to invest in her country.
So all they are left with it is to cry "uncle" to the UNSC and to the international community (IC) about what Somaliland is doing, as if the same "powers-that-be" in the international community (IC) that keeps them on "life-support" will say to them that, yeah, sure, we will stop Somaliland's getting ahead, economically and developmentally.
What wretched clique they are in out there in Villa Somalia, actually beggars belief.
Today At Berbera and the expansion of the port. Construction of the terminal port is on-going, the free-Zone is also being build there as we speak. And the multi-purposes crane system has been updated in today's ceremony.
All along, things are turning up, nicely, and steady as she goes is our "guiding motto" in here.
Guul iyo Gobanimo,
Madaxweyne ku xigeenka Somaliland Cabdiraxmaan Saylici, waxaa uu 10kii bishan April, ka dhagax-dhigay magaalada Berbera warshed uu sheegay in ay sifeynayso shidaalka qaydhin oo Somaliland la keeni doono.
Saylici iyo mas'uuliyiintii kale ee la socdayba waxay ku tilmaameen mashruucan, kii ugu ballaadhnaa ee abid laga fuliyo Somaliland.
Shirkadda mashruucan ballaadhan fulineysa oo la yidhaahdo "Singapore New Silk Energy PTE LTD" ayaa cimrigoodu uu dhan yahay hal sano, iyadoo laga aas-aasay dalka Singapore bishii March ee 2018kii.
Lama yaqaanno meel ay shirkaddani horey shaqo uga soo qabatay.
Wasaaradda horumarinta maalgashiga Somaliland, ayaa sannadkii hore heshiis hal bilyan oo doollar ah la gashay baanki ay sheegtay in laga leeyahay dalka China, balse markii dambe noqday Bangi aan jirin.
Looks, we have in here the usual silly talker who can't actually separate the party politics inside Somaliland and national agenda.
In fact, the silly argument in here (by the reporter) indicates that some folks are thinking that the length in which a company was in existence has any meaningful thing to say about a company ability to invest and to be fruitfully commercially.
These ill-informed reporters should actually and really go out more, and learned how financial investment world actually works.
And how the "liquid assets" in which you carrying (and therefore are willing to invest-in) as well as who are your "backers" in that project, says a lot more of a "detail reality" than how long your company was involved in that sector in which you are planning to invest-in.
But, I doubt that guys like the reporter who wrote this stuff are really that interesting in any of that apart from the notion of keep-on "maligning" Somaliland from the side-lines. And then doing it all of that all due to a party politics competition gone wrong.
Which seems that even the "reporters-on-the-beat" (like the guy who wrote this silly stuff) are basically lining-up behind party-politics-division inside the country, whilst conveniently forgetting national interests on the whole.
Hence, only Somaliland's enemies will buy that. But still, for what is worth, back home, we are building our nation, detractors or no detractors (as it were).
Whatever happened to the Chinese bank that supposed to invest one billion dollars in Somaliland.
Whatever happened to the looting business you were salivating to do, officially, as soon as that "donkey-legged-looter" by the name of Mr Kheyre was in power and was, officially, installed in Villa Somalia? Given that you were hoping that he will help you with that "scam" of yours of using the government's legal status to rob away blind. since you and him are tight in the clannish sense of that word.
It still is success when it happens, but its a part of the activity that Singapore would not want at home. They do it in other country and they want Somaliland to be part of it and guarantee supply by having it on more than one country.
By the time environmenta issues come to the fore in Somaliland or Africa, you will have enough economy, either to shut it down or make it cleaner industry.
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