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DP world created lot of jobs at Berbera port

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cadnaan1   

These are manual workers not engineers any locals can do with little training.

No wonder waxay dhalinyarada tahriibka bada iskugu shubeen.

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5 hours ago, cadnaan1 said:

These are manual workers not engineers any locals can do with little training.

No wonder waxay dhalinyarada tahriibka bada iskugu shubeen.

I am not too sure how you have found that they are labourers and not skilled workers? 

Anyway, right now, Berbera needs to become an international city. We want these Indian/Pakistanis to bring their families and open shops, businesses etc. Let Berbera return to its former self. 

You can never build a proper economy if you are a Xenophobic that is scared of 'others' because 'others' are taking your jobs. They need to compete with others or whither away. 

 

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Oodweyne   

Eh, isn't ever so sweet too see some "working-the-night-shift-looter" getting all hot and bothered about the fate of Somaliland's level of youths's unemployment and their propensity or tendency to do a bit of unfortunate "tahriib"? Particularly, given that it was only yesterday or few days before that, when we saw a teeming self-employed youths getting murdered in the street of his lawless city of Mogadishu by the political clique of Villa Somalia.

And to boot, wasn't it also the same government in Villa Somalia in which he support that did that wanton killing of those youths? However, now here he is, talking about the DP World and who they are employing in Berbera's port construction, as if he really is that much concern with the fate and the livelihood of those youths in Somaliland.

Moreover, he (along with Maakhir fellow) were one of the silly talkers sort cretins, who were in here of SOL last year, who, in turn and in effect, were saying that this DP World will be kicked out of Berbera port and from Somaliland, because Villa Somalia said so.

Hence now when his original gambit about this DP World's berbera port investment failed him, and indeed failed him so miserably, he is at the moment all trying to come across as if he is that duly concern with whoever this DP World outfit hires to work on Berbera port construction and its expansion of it.

Consequently, his argument, put it in a nutshell, amount to the sight of seeing a man on a football match who throughout the previous week before the match get going was saying to all comers that his team will never be "defeated", come the day of the match. And when the match itself had started in earnest and he saw before half-time was even reached that his team had already shipped-in 8 goals to the naught at their back, he then started to sing a "different song" about how the "goals" in which his team have conceded already are not too "elegant", or too "beautiful", or too "classy" to his liking.

That is the kind of sill absurdity we have in here, folks. Or at least that is kind of bogus arguments in which we behold from the pen of our usually brain-addled ninnies of SOL. 

However, coming back to this issue in here, these are "Crane system Engineers" and Port Construction Engineers, from the Sub-Continent, which are specialist areas of civil engineering in which no Somalilanders have at the moment any idea of how to do it. But they will learn quickly, in due course. Hence, the need for the DP World contracting Engineers of these sort to be brought in for the first phase of port expansion construction.

Also given that Somalilanders, particularly those who are graduate civil engineers from there, haven't been involved in any port building of any sort, then that will mean that we will requiring these Indians and Pakistanis skilled Engineers to be there at least till the first phase of construction is done. But the main point which folks need to take away from here, is that the building of the port expansion has to happen. And it has to happen regardless of who works in the building of it. And that is what these Foreign Engineers are doing now.

The rest of it in which we have in here are the typical nonsensical talk from the usual "two-bit-looter", who probably envy his lack of the chance of not getting his hand on those brand new harbor-mobile-crane-system (that was brought-in recently), in which he, if it was up to him, would have done a quick runner with it by now.

And that would have been the case, if only he was in Berbera, as opposed to be living in Mogadishu, whilst "eyeing" away and searching in earnest of what is left of Mogadishu's old underground electrical wire system that haven't been pilfered up to now, in which he can - in the dead-of night - could then work his "looting magic hands" on it.

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Holac   

I wish there were thousands of them instead of a hundred. Mogadishu boomed when it had Somalilanders, Punlanders, Indians, Arabs, Jareers, Reer Baidoa,  Reer Hamars, and HAG. Now, it is mainly populated by two clans: Beesha Jareer and HAG. We need diversity in our cities. We need to allow foriegners to come, invest and live in the country. We need to travel to each others's cities and intermingle. Xenophobia and clan protectionism will only hurt the survival of the Somali race. 

Let the boom start with the Indians. Bring it on!!!!!!!!

 

 

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Oodweyne   
5 hours ago, Holac said:

We need to allow foriegners to come, invest and live in the country

Absolutely and spot on, there, indeed. Furthermore, the Indians and Pakistanis Engineers who are there now in Berbera, will also teach our young engineers how to do the heavy-duty-construction of the sort Berbera port expansion will proven to be. Which in turn is essentially one of the hardest thing to do when it comes to the sort of "large-scale Engineering-projects" of any kind. Moreover, we are planning to do the ports re-construction projects for Saylac and for Maydh, in due course. So we need a "real knowledge and Engineering skills transfer" to our folks.

So that way, when the other companies come to invest for port building, particularly in Saylac and in Maydh, we will have a local civil Engineers who in turn did cut their teeth in learning how to do it port construction skills with DP World. And the Indians as well as the Pakistanis, who are basic port-construction engineers, and therefore know the skills in this areas, who are now working in Berbera, will help us our fresh and novice civil engineering graduates to learn it how to do it. 

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Saalax   

I was about to post it.  :D Instead of creating jobs for Somaliland region residents it actually resulted in many of them losing jobs in Berbera. :D

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18 hours ago, cadnaan1 said:

 no locals all but Indians 

 

Ask them markee soo toosaan ay maqlaan soo dhacyeey. Waa zombies 24/7 u fadhiyo marqaan, shisheeyihiina qoraxdaas taagan shilimaantii shisheeyaha keenana ku cunaayo. Such a shamefulness.

  • Haha - That was funny. You made me laugh! 1

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Saalax   
1 minute ago, Miskiin-Macruuf-Aqiyaar said:

Ask them markee soo toosaan ay maqlaan soo dhacyeey. Waa zombies 24/7 u fadhiyo marqaan, shisheeyihiina qoraxdaas taagan shilimaantii shisheeyaha keenana ku cunaayo. Such a shamefulness.

 

Waxa kaga daraan waxay laso taganyihin "DP World created jobs for us" yes... for Indians. :D

  • Haha - That was funny. You made me laugh! 1

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9 minutes ago, Saalax said:

 

Waxa kaga daraan waxay laso taganyihin "DP World created jobs for us" yes... for Indians. :D

Runtii waa ceeb iyo fadeexad la isku daray, beyond sadness. Look at their madaxyo. Marooyin biyo qaboob ku shubtaan ayee saarteen qoraxda kulul see iskaga celiyaan while nimankii dhalinyarada ahaa ee Berbera hurdaan, markee soo toosaana jaadka meesha ka bilaabo. Waa jaad shaxaad lagu gatay even. Waa dad physically nool laakiin maanka ka dhintay waa hore. Ceeb looma dhinto ileen.

  • Haha - That was funny. You made me laugh! 1

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6 hours ago, Holac said:

I wish there were thousands of them instead of a hundred. Mogadishu boomed when it had Somalilanders, Punlanders, Indians, Arabs, Jareers, Reer Baidoa,  Reer Hamars, and HAG. Now, it is mainly populated by two clans: Beesha Jareer and HAG. We need diversity in our cities. We need to allow foriegners to come, invest and live in the country. We need to travel to each others's cities and intermingle. Xenophobia and clan protectionism will only hurt the survival of the Somali race. 

Let the boom start with the Indians. Bring it on!!!!!!!!

 

 

Diversity is good for the economy. Hargeisa is now teaming with lots of different people. From Yemenites to Syrians an Turks. From Africa Kenyans now in their thousands, Ethiopians of all walks, and Somalis from all different regions. The food choices and demand for rental property is good. 

Foreign cheap labour also has other benefits, it stabilises the price of goods produced and manual jobs.

Reer Somaliland are terrible at labour jobs, it is in their DNA. They can't stand earning dollars while sweating their behind off. That job belong to Eelay from Baydhabo and Oromos. 

In fact, back in 2005, an Eelay charged us $40 to the toilet in our backyard in Hargeisa. In 2018, my own house, I got an Oromo to build exact depth toilet for $15. The Eelay's exuberant charges have been stabilised by importing cheap Oromo competition. 

Other benefits of such economy, is that while the food stables, rent and water charges have increased in price, the cost of labour when down.

In the end, it is good for the economy, because you get more for less. 

 

Diktoore,

Here is a guide on how to deal with beggars. It is a good read. 

Source: 9 quick tips for responding to beggars & panhandlers

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A funny dude. :D

Ducadii Beesha Sheekhaal nin sida oo waliba Dir oo dhan u ducaysay, habaarka Masaakiinta wax ka qaadi maayo. 

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14 hours ago, Oodweyne said:

Eh, isn't ever so sweet too see some "working-the-night-shift-looter" getting all hot and bothered about the fate of Somaliland's level of youths's unemployment and their propensity or tendency to do a bit of unfortunate "tahriib"? Particularly, given that it was only yesterday or few days before that, when we saw a teeming self-employed youths getting murdered in the street of his lawless city of Mogadishu by the political clique of Villa Somalia.

And to boot, wasn't it also the same government in Villa Somalia in which he support that did that wanton killing of those youths? However, now here he is, talking about the DP World and who they are employing in Berbera's port construction, as if he really is that much concern with the fate and the livelihood of those youths in Somaliland.

Moreover, he (along with Maakhir fellow) were one of the silly talkers sort cretins, who were in here of SOL last year, who, in turn and in effect, were saying that this DP World will be kicked out of Berbera port and from Somaliland, because Villa Somalia said so.

Hence now when his original gambit about this DP World's berbera port investment failed him, and indeed failed him so miserably, he is at the moment all trying to come across as if he is that duly concern with whoever this DP World outfit hires to work on Berbera port construction and its expansion of it.

Consequently, his argument, put it in a nutshell, amount to the sight of seeing a man on a football match who throughout the previous week before the match get going was saying to all comers that his team will never be "defeated", come the day of the match. And when the match itself had started in earnest and he saw before half-time was even reached that his team had already shipped-in 8 goals to the naught at their back, he then started to sing a "different song" about how the "goals" in which his team have conceded already are not too "elegant", or too "beautiful", or too "classy" to his liking.

That is the kind of sill absurdity we have in here, folks. Or at least that is kind of bogus arguments in which we behold from the pen of our usually brain-addled ninnies of SOL. 

However, coming back to this issue in here, these are "Crane system Engineers" and Port Construction Engineers, from the Sub-Continent, which are specialist areas of civil engineering in which no Somalilanders have at the moment any idea of how to do it. But they will learn quickly, in due course. Hence, the need for the DP World contracting Engineers of these sort to be brought in for the first phase of port expansion construction.

Also given that Somalilanders, particularly those who are graduate civil engineers from there, haven't been involved in any port building of any sort, then that will mean that we will requiring these Indians and Pakistanis skilled Engineers to be there at least till the first phase of construction is done. But the main point which folks need to take away from here, is that the building of the port expansion has to happen. And it has to happen regardless of who works in the building of it. And that is what these Foreign Engineers are doing now.

The rest of it in which we have in here are the typical nonsensical talk from the usual "two-bit-looter", who probably envy his lack of the chance of not getting his hand on those brand new harbor-mobile-crane-system (that was brought-in recently), in which he, if it was up to him, would have done a quick runner with it by now.

And that would have been the case, if only he was in Berbera, as opposed to be living in Mogadishu, whilst "eyeing" away and searching in earnest of what is left of Mogadishu's old underground electrical wire system that haven't been pilfered up to now, in which he can - in the dead-of night - could then work his "looting magic hands" on it.

Saxb, ha sal fududaan, xooga geella ee carab kula dhacdey, Guul meel dheer jirta maaha, don't celebrate too early, kow iyo labo ma joogto,😁, and stop relying heavily on Arabs.

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