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Somaliland President on State visit to Rep. of Guinea

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Holac   

If this was a business trip designed to benefit the people of Somaliland, I would have accepted it, but unfortunately this was meaningless political game intended to give Mr. Bihi a distraction at home where he is facing myriad of problems. 

By severing ties with that corrupt nation, Somali leaders sent the message that our union is sacrosanct. We are still one nation founded by people from the North and South. 

 

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Khadafi   

I actually agree with Cabdi Shakuur,  To cut off diplomatic relations sounds like it was done in a "fudfudeed way". The government actually fell for the trap that the seccionists laid out. Since the south  are slowly re-awakening the seccionists have used drama tactics to intice the youth of SL that it is in a deadly "fight" with the south. Remember the drama tactics that Muuse biixi made a year ago when he went infront of the cameras and said "war xamar ayaa na soo weerartay". It seems that the old men of SNM actually have some kind of fetisch and nostalgia for the horros of the civil war.  

 

The federal government of Somalia should have simply not even botherd to  reply to a bana republic called "Gunea". By cutting the relations to that reublic they have given life what feeds the seccionists, mainly "XAMAR AYAA NA HAYSATA".   The sad thing about this is the thousands of somali youth in hargeisa who are fed this drama tactics as a form of deflection so that they do not ask accountability from their leaders.

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8 minutes ago, Khadafi said:

The federal government of Somalia should have simply not even botherd to  reply to a bana republic called "Gunea"

Nope,  they were spot on. But SFG must make this Guinea an example. Teach them a lesson on African and international laws. I do believe that this was all orchestrated by the Emiratis.  Guineani nvitation and blatant disregard for the rule of law is neither here nor there,  it's obvious who the driver here is. 

 

I don't want to see human suffering but an Iran-America war where Iran unleashes hell on uae and ksa and forever changes the political outlook of these would be ok.

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Amigos   
29 minutes ago, Dhagax-Tuur said:

Nope,  they were spot on. But SFG must make this Guinea an example. Teach them a lesson on African and international laws. I do believe that this was all orchestrated by the Emiratis.  Guineani nvitation and blatant disregard for the rule of law is neither here nor there,  it's obvious who the driver here is. 

 

I don't want to see human suffering but an Iran-America war where Iran unleashes hell on uae and ksa and forever changes the political outlook of these would be ok.

How can they make Guinea suffer? By writing even more begging letters and complaints? Is that even possible? 😁

The problem with you lot is you have no realistic perception of your standing in the world. You belittle Guinea and yet they beat you on all metrics. 

What many of you Wanlos gloss over is that Guinea was chairperson of the AU as recent as the 2017-2018 term. There is huge political capital to be gained by Somaliland in establishing links with them.

Unfortunately for you @Khadafi is on the money, what your government committed was an act of political self-harm that they will rue for a very long time. What happens when another country gives President Biixi the full presidential protocol? 

Worse still, you have no more cards to play. What happens if Guinea decides to recognise Somaliland tomorrow? 

Its amateur hour in Villa AMISOM, but hey.. we in Somaliland aint complaining 😂

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galbeedi   
7 hours ago, Holac said:

By severing ties with that corrupt nation, Somali leaders sent the message that our union is sacrosanct.

Wanka Gawrac dibigu ha ku quustee.

Somaliland had never been challenged for the last 28 years. They have been playing with the fire while Somalia was struggling .The chickens had come home to roost.

This is just the beginning of a hardball game. Since Somalia has certain diplomatic presence in the world stage it should use these carrots and sticks. The British should get notice if they keep interfering with the unity of Somalia.

These trips are all intended to give some relief to the Muuse Biixi who is desperate to gain some attention. Last week, Mohamed CUmar , former Somaliland foreign minister who runs an NGO in Nairobi , tried to arrange a meeting without consulting the principal leaders of the Somali government. Last mouth the same scheming NGO group brought  former Nigerian president Obasanjo to Hargeisa. Unbeknown to them he was one of those who worked hard  to keep Nigeria together after the Biafra civil war, and now hundreds of thousands are thrown around to give the dear leader some exposure in far corners of Africa.

Minister of commerce Saajin , the corrupt  brother In law of Muuse Biixi, had even paid Elders  in Borama to stand with Muuse with the Guinea trip. Guinea is the new slogan, and some elders are cashing in.

Finally, I would like to warn the opposition, aka Ina Cabdishakur and the weak minded analyst Yusuf Garaad to be very careful of damaging the unity of the nation. Don';t they have any hopes of one day leading the country and standing up for unity.?

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galbeedi   

Talks between Somaliland and Somalia could start only in one main condition. Somaliland should renounce its secession . 

You should never negotiate someone who want to dismember your country. It is simple. Many nations had followed this formula. 

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Galbeedi there isn't going to be any talks  with the koonfurians  they have  proven to be untrustworthy.  Somaliland is an a position  if strength no paper gov't  under protection can dictate anything to Somaliland. 

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

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I like how Jeegaan acting right now . let them act like crazy wife that want divorce at any cost. At the end South Sudan find Ictraaf from their capital. Shame after 30 years still this mentality roaming around!.

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cadnaan1   

Still no words from Guinea on this issue I have checked their government website no word mentioned on muusa biixi visit or Somali government cutting diplomatic relations with Guinea

Ilaa iyo hada maaryooleey uun baa diidaysa oo is daalisay.

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@galbeedimaanta warankiisi ayuu soo qaatay. :D

I love seeing our good old Galbeedi show some of his Guulwade antics once in a while. He keeps that in check for most of the days. 

Somalilanders love when they see a challenge. So with all open arms, we welcome the challenges. :D 

Nabad badan waa lagu talo seega, hore ayaa loo yidhi. Reer somaliland nabad badan ayay is dhigteen, in ay xaraka sameeyaan waa loo baahanyay. 

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Mr. Cheeseman was called to Xalane to explain the 'jar-iska-xoor' decision. Could the IC be concerned that Cheeseman is an obstacle? Could this lead to a change by IC's engagement with Hargeisa? We will all find out. 

 

 

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39 minutes ago, cadnaan1 said:

Still no words from Guinea on this issue I have checked their government website no word mentioned on muusa biixi visit or Somali government cutting diplomatic relations with Guinea

Ilaa iyo hada maaryooleey uun baa diidaysa oo is daalisay.

It seems there miscalculation on their approach to Somalia affairs. N&N since Kenya our waters dispute they acting hard in anyone against Somalia sovereignty. Its good warning.   

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Apophis   

I would urge the Faarmajo fanboys to stop the calacal.

You need to realise this “madaxyare” you support is responsible for this and the many, many other injuries suffered by Somalia in the last 4 years.

We did not have these problems under Hassan Sheikh, or Sheikh Sharif.

 

Unless Farmajo is deposed these problems will continue.

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Somalia's Foreign Minister gets confused and refers to "Galmudug as another country". 

This must be due to the heated exchange he had with the International Community in Xalane just few hours earlier. He is putting a brave face but it surely feels like he has been schooled. 

He spent at length trying to justify their jar-iska-xoor actions and digs himself a deeper hole that Nabar iyo Naxdin won't be able escape from. Specially when the next visit of Mudane Muse Bixi comes around. 

 

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