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Hargeisa governor Musa Bihi demands 30% shares in Dahabshiil

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Hargeisa (SD) – Somaliland president Muse Bihi Abdi according to sources demanded that Dahabshiil owner give his family shares in that company.


The source who spoke to us on the condition of anonymity said, Dahabshiil told the president he couldn’t oblige, due to company rules.

President Bihi is said to be upset and is not communicating with the owner, despite numerous mediations.

The President allegedly asked for 30% of Dahabshiil be given to his son Ahmed Muse Bihi.

The source confirmed that this rift contributed to the feud with Djibouti, when the president refused that country’s Fiber Optic Cables go through Berbera port, and furthermore, turned down meeting with Djibouti minister in Hargeisa last week.

Dahabshiil along with Djibouti was to benefit from the cables at Berbera.

President Bihi has apparently taken a page out of President Ismail Omar Guelleh’s book, in demanding shares in companies who do business in that country.

President Bihi’s Family members are said to be not only accepting patronage appointment in the government, but are demanding shares in large companies.

 

 

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Oodweyne   

Another fiction peddled by the usual fiction weaver around here of SOL. Particularly since he is still morose (in no end of it sort of way really) from the decisive end of that silly saga call Col. Caare's misadventure in Sanaag region. And, of course, like a clock work, he is using a "fake news website" call Somali dispatch as his "primary source". 

Moreover, this alleged "primary source" of his is by all intend and purposes some wretched website got up by some folks who in turn could not win it against Somaliland in any way, who then seemed to have decided to create this sort of website's outfit, so that they can fight her in the "information warfare arena".

It's just the lastest desperate attempt of the dying Villa Somalia gang, particularly the deputy Prime-minister, who seems to bankrolls so many of these kind "information warfare websites", "trolls farms", "fake twitter accounts in their thousands". And even go as far as to pay good money to many poorly trained alleged Journalists within Somaliland, and all that sort of sordid stuff.

And this fellow that I am speaking of, namely, Mr Mahdi Gullaid (the Deputy Prime-Minister of the Villa Somalia's gang) seemed to be the "point-man" that was designated to wage a "Cold War-like-fight-of-information-warfare" against Somaliland, in which Villa Somalia has decided to engaged-in from the get-go of their first day in office, back in January of 2017.

Hence, don't take a word of what is being peddled in here as true.

Incidentally speaking of the Deputy Prime-Minister of Villa Somalia's gang, one can say that of all the "Awr-Kiraale's clique" from Somaliland who ply their trade at the behest of Villa Somalia currently, he is by far the most wretchedly treacherous of them all. And he knows that unlike those who will one day may be "forgiven" by a sitting Somaliland's president for them to return back home to Somaliland in general and to Hargeisa in particularly from Mogadishu and from Somalia, his chances of ever getting that, and being forgiven by the "stoutly-hearted" folks of Somaliland, is really over. And never going to happen in a millions of years to come, indeed.

He will be just like another Mr Maareeye sort of creature, who will end his days as far away from Somaliland as possible and basically living in "exile" in Mogadishu and in Somalia. Although, Mr Maareeye, on the other hand, to be fair to him, hasn't commit all these kind of treacherous act against Somaliland as much Mr Gullaid has done it wantonly, indeed. Even if you accept, on the whole, the fact that says that Mr Maareeye is also basically just another cheaply bought and meanly retained "Awr-Kiraale", who is at the beck and call of those who had purchased his honor, already, from Villa Somalia.  

And finally, as for the issue of this fiber-optics cable, let me say that the reason it was send back to Djibouti from Somaliland (or at any rate was refused to traversed through in our EEZ on the Red-Sea) is larger than mere haggling of money with the likes of Dahabshiil Co.

For it rather was intended to "impress upon" the likes of Saudi's Kingdom that whatever that self-serving and highly conceited fellow by the name of Mr IOG of Djibouti may have said so to them in-terms of who runs the bulk of the Red-Sea portion of the Somali peninsula, that is not true at all. And therefore it's no use, actually, to invite the likes of Villa Somalia in-order to "parlay" with them in any issue regarding the Red-Sea security concern within that of most recent "diplomatic talking shop" that was set it up by the Kingdom itself.

Hence, the telling "sub-plot" of it in here, was the suggestion that says that whatever "diplomatic advertisement" the likes of Mr IOG of Djibouti may have made it on behalf of the political gang in Villa Somalia to the ears of Saudi's diplomatic elites, It just rather unfortunate for him (and for Somalia, no less), that when it comes to the bulk of the Red-Sea portion of the Somali peninsula, it's actually Somaliland who runs it. Legal recognition or no legal recognition. And not at all by Somalia, let alone that of the political gang at Villa Somalia.

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Dhaqaale   

This might be a fake story...but

Even the most stable regions are full of hyenas.

Dahabshiil might be able to fend them off but what about the small guys

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Oodweyne   
1 hour ago, Dhaqaale said:

This might be a fake story...but

Even the most stable regions are full of hyenas.

Dahabshiil might be able to fend them off but what about the small guys

Taking a "fake news" as the base to which to build things on from it, or as the point to start your argument from it, and then rounding up your argument with something along the lines of the tiresome notion of "whataboutery" sort of false comparison, should never be attempted it.

For it's not and never will be a straight "argumentation bat" to which to chance your luck in a debate against others with. Particularly in any discussion in which you wish to be thought of as if you have a decent argument to make. 

In other words, this is a "fake news", from top to bottom. And "whataboutery argument" teased out from already given false and fake news does not deserve any answers at all, really.

Got it now, my friend?

Or perhaps, I should explain bit more in here and say the following:

Suppose you run into me in here of SOL next week and tell me, breathlessly, that you have read in some article that a huge crowd had welcomed Mr Farmaajo into Hargeisa, along with whole of Somaliland government that did turn out for him. And I in turn told you, mate, take a deep breath, for what you just told me is just fake news that has no basis in reality. And more to the point Mr Farmaajo was never seen in Hargeisa at all, or is unlikely to be seen there at all.

Furthermore, after I just told you that, you then without losing breath or even slowing down in your stride, proceeded to inquire whether the tomorrow welcoming party that is waiting for him in Burco can be larger than the one he got today in Hargeisa. Or, perhaps you say; "what about the likely crowd that will be waiting for him in Boroma or in Ceerigabo".

Now do you see the point?

Which means, once you establish you are dealing with a "fake news" from the get-go, then nothing can be tease out of it. Nothing can be taking out from it as "analogy", or as a "comparison" to anything else, no matter how tempting it may be. 

Hence, that you do not know this low level of logic and reason, which is a sort of a very basic level, really beggars belief. And what is also doubly surprising to me, however, is the fact that you still wish to detain others with your "whataboutery" argument, which in turn was drawn out or tease out from a given "fake news" item.

Try harder, dear lad.

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galbeedi   

In Somaliland,  secret deals and internal quarrels usually come out in pitts and pieces. I do believe that there is definitely some truth in this piece, yet the actual issue as   always is about business connections. 

Everyone in Somaliland knows that every major business deals in Somaliland had to go through Djibouti. SomCable from Djibouti has monopoly in Fiber-Optic cable coming from Djibouti. Rayaale tried to open competition and open the market but since the largest shareholder of Telesom is someone from Mogadishu they decided to give the monopoly to Ina Aw Said and the Omar Ghelle Family who are shareholders .

In fact, it was partially financed by the CEntral Bank of Djibouti headed by the late brother in law of Omar Ghelle. Every major industry in Somaliland was financed by money from Djibouti banks.  In Djibouti every successful business is either owned by the ruling family or those who are connected. If you refuse to give them shares , they will either takeover by force or destroy the business through taxes and other schemes. 

Looks like OOdweyne is burying his head on this  major issues. The way I see it Omar Ghelle want to owen Somaliland through business deals and keep both the politicians and the business community on a short leash.

The only man that got away with $10 million dollars and Coca-Cola franchise is Ina Arab Geele , and Omar Ghelle want to get him eventually for any means necessary including kidnapping or assassination.

Furthermore, we haven't heard the full story about the cable laying ship at the coast of Berbera. A Somaliland minister said that since the ship didn't  have permission from them they will not allow the cable. THe Djibouti minister contradicted him and said the " Ship was heading Somalia and had no intention of laying any cable in BErbera"

Certainly Muuse Biixi is learning from Cumar Ghelle. The most important information that we need to know is whether Dahabshiil is involved in this new business venture. Since Telecom is a money printing enterprise  in the whole region , he , Dahabshiil probably want to be a player. At the moment, Dahabshiil owned Sometel is using the Somecable owned fiber-optic cable  for the internet services. Also, every Telecom business owners whether they are based in Mogadishu or Hargeisa want to monopolize services and  every profitable business and  in turn control governments behind the curtain. 

In Somaliland, certain ministers are hired or fired on behalf of Dahabshiil. When your whole budget is $250 million and the businessman across the street is worth a billion dollar , you understand the imbalance. Yet, Biixi and company are not pushing these business oligarchs to pay more taxes  for the common interest of the state but to secure shares for their well connected friends.

Even the Telecom minister stated in his remarks that the Somaliland CAble industry is solely in the monopoly of SomCable unless parliament changed the rules.In fact, in 2011, the government of Ahmed Siilaanyo passed a presidential decree that put in to law the monopoly of SomaCable through the Guurti with overwhelming majority vote of  75 to 1.

Now, if a new Fiber-Optic cable is coming to the shore, they must get approval from Biixi. and the rules of the game changed. And my guess is both Cumar Ghelle and Biixi might want to get their cut.

We need real investigators to get to the bottom of these deals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dhaqaale   
11 hours ago, Oodweyne said:

Taking a "fake news" as the base to which to build things on from it, or as the point to start your argument from it, and then rounding up your argument with something along the lines of the tiresome notion of "whataboutery" sort of false comparison, should never be attempted it.

For it's not and never will be a straight "argumentation bat" to which to chance your luck in a debate against others with. Particularly in any discussion in which you wish to be thought of as if you have a decent argument to make. 

In other words, this is a "fake news", from top to bottom. And "whataboutery argument" teased out from already given false and fake news does not deserve any answers at all, really.

Got it now, my friend?

Or perhaps, I should explain bit more in here and say the following:

Suppose you run into me in here of SOL next week and tell me, breathlessly, that you have read in some article that a huge crowd had welcomed Mr Farmaajo into Hargeisa, along with whole of Somaliland government that did turn out for him. And I in turn told you, mate, take a deep breath, for what you just told me is just fake news that has no basis in reality. And more to the point Mr Farmaajo was never seen in Hargeisa at all, or is unlikely to be seen there at all.

Furthermore, after I just told you that, you then without losing breath or even slowing down in your stride, proceeded to inquire whether the tomorrow welcoming party that is waiting for him in Burco can be larger than the one he got today in Hargeisa. Or, perhaps you say; "what about the likely crowd that will be waiting for him in Boroma or in Ceerigabo".

Now do you see the point?

Which means, once you establish you are dealing with a "fake news" from the get-go, then nothing can be tease out of it. Nothing can be taking out from it as "analogy", or as a "comparison" to anything else, no matter how tempting it may be. 

Hence, that you do not know this low level of logic and reason, which is a sort of a very basic level, really beggars belief. And what is also doubly surprising to me, however, is the fact that you still wish to detain others with your "whataboutery" argument, which in turn was drawn out or tease out from a given "fake news" item.

Try harder, dear lad.

I don't know how you got all that diarrhea from my simple comment I posted. You make too many assumptions for me to take you dribble seriously. Corruption is high in Somaliland this is supported by solid journalism. However, I stated that this story MIGHT be a fake story i.e the possibility of it being true is still possible. Learn to differentiate between someone opinion and reported facts.

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Oodweyne   
18 minutes ago, Dhaqaale said:

I don't know how you got all that diarrhea from my simple comment I posted. You make too many assumptions for me to take you dribble seriously. Corruption is high in Somaliland this is supported by solid journalism. However, I stated that this story MIGHT be a fake story i.e the possibility of it being true is still possible. Learn to differentiate between someone opinion and reported facts.

Now dear lad, listen up and listen good. And that is, firstly, do not flatter yourself at my expense, since no one really was that minded to take you seriously in here other than to take a piss at your expense. Particularly in showing how shit-show of cheap logic you are sporting in here.

And by that I mean, you took some fake news and decided to turn it into a whole new "Whataboutery argument", and when you were called out on it, you have decided to pull the sight of an "injured pride" by saying you got me wrong there, when in fact you argument reads it as I have told you in plain language.

Now you are talking about corruption in Somaliland, I see. Well, then see to it, that since this is a fake news, to bring to "verifiable news item", detailing in chapter and in verse of such things. Hence, at that time we can have debate about the merit of it.

However what you must not do at all is to start a wild speculation (that is our Glabeedi's job in here of SOL), and then expect others to fall in line right after you in debating the tees and eyes of such baseless argument, which is what you are doing it now. 

Now again do you see how you make it so simple for others to put to the shredder of everything in which you have so far?

Again, try harder, lad.

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Dhaqaale   
3 minutes ago, Oodweyne said:

Now dear lad, listen up and listen good. And that is, firstly, do not flatter yourself at my expense, since no one really was that minded to take you seriously in here other than to take a piss at your expense. Particularly in showing how shit-show of cheap logic you are sporting in here.

And by that I mean, you took some fake news and decided to turn it into a whole new "Whataboutery argument", and when you were called out on it, you have decided to pull the sight of an "injured pride" by saying you got me wrong there, when in fact you argument reads it as I have told you in plain language.

Now you are talking about corruption in Somaliland, I see. Well, then see to it, that since this is a fake news, to bring to "verifiable news item", detailing in chapter and in verse of such things. Hence, at that time we can have debate about the merit of it.

However what you must not do at all is to start a wild speculation (that is our Glabeedi's job in here of SOL), and then expect others to fall in line right after you in debating the tees and eyes of such baseless argument, which is what you are doing it now. 

Now again do you see how you make it so simple for others to put to the shredder of everything in which you have so far?

Again, try harder, lad.

You are one sick dude. Get help.

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Oodweyne   

^^^^

So in total and in final sense, when you have run out of any argument that is worthwhile and to engage others with, you have decided to speak like glue-sniffing kid in the streets. Well, as I suspect all along you remind me of those guys who used to be around here of SOL few years go who had hate more than argument against Somaliland.

And who to boot, when you go two or three round of passably decent debate with them in here, and then when they found themselves as the result of that three rounds (at tops) that they are naked and you have chased them from pillar to post and back again, they used to settle for insults as a mode of their argument.

So that is how I used to know they have nothing else to say.

So, carry on, lad, but please, nigger, do not come here in SOL again, while pretending you know anything of any substance about freaking any subject under the sun, let alone about Somaliland  

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

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Dhaqaale   

Oh ad hominem attacks is all you have got? I though you were going to disprove what I have stated.Now run along back to your white queen like a good house nigger.

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Oodweyne   
38 minutes ago, Dhaqaale said:

I though you were going to disprove what I have stated

What a joker you really are. For it never actually occur to you that you haven't proven anything to which others could disprove it in turn. After all, it seems that all you did was state a "wild speculation" with no evidence behind it, and then you have decided to "invite" others to disprove it.

Now do you see how you make it easy for others to laugh at you and the sort of contemptible cretin that you really are?

As for the rest of your stuff about White Queen and some such malarkey, I shall put it down as nothing but the sort of the stuff that "high-out-of-his-head glue-sniffing-kid" would chance at others with. So, I shall not dignify them with any response.

See you around, kiddo. For you really need to learn how to control your hatred in a bit more measured away. Given now that you give the game away so easily for others without even them at least sweating a bit just to get it out of you.

What pitiful sight you make for others to gaze at, really.  

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Oodweyne   
On 1/29/2020 at 4:35 AM, galbeedi said:

In Somaliland,  secret deals and internal quarrels usually come out in pitts and pieces. I do believe that there is definitely some truth in this piece, 

Galbeedi,

Remember when I told you about how "wild speculation" on your part, with no basis in any truth of it, in any whatsoever way, will only diminishes your credibility? Do you remember it now? Well, in case you do, then, let me say that back then this is what I had in mind.

Remember also when I told you that if ever there is anything you have no little of clue of it, is the "Inter-duriyadda internal arguments". And that was clear to me when you actually thought, in serious fashion, that HY folks will destroy Somaliland through Col. Caare and his misadventure in Sanaag region.

And remember when your "silly gamble" of this sort on the back of Col. Caare's gambit failed on your face and you then put your hand up and said I was wrong?

Do you remember all of these, or any of these at all, mate?

Of course, I knew even back then, that, like most desperate man like you who saw how "Suldaan Wabar Fiasco" in Awdal region had backfired on him, that you may have thought that where Suldaan Wabar failed to carry out your hopes of seeing Somaliland splintered from the sides, then the HY folks in Sanaag region will win the day for you in-terms of destroying Somaliland, internally. And they will be doing that, you thought, by starting the unpicking of the "national contract" and the "social compact" of the country from the eastern end of the country.

And when all that had failed and failed for you in so spectacular of a fashion, you seemed to have decided to "mumbled" under your breath of how you never wanted any troubles of any kind of that sort that disturbs the peace of Somaliland to come to the place. When in fact all of your previous words about what you had hoped for Col. Caare to accomplished in Sanaag region actually bellies anything else you may further say about wishing peace for the Sanaag region in particularly and Somaliland in generally.

Moreover, as if folks can't read between the lines, you are now back into your "old habit" of "wild assertion" and "wild speculation" about things you have no scintilla of proof of it. And have no evidence of it whatsoever.

It's your basic political desperation talking, I gather, indeed. Particularly of the kind of the desperation that sense that your love of your life, namely "N&N gang" in Villa Somalia, will be ushered out of office in twelve (12) months time without them having nothing to show for it in the four (4) years they were in power in Mogadishu. Let alone seeing them succeeding in destroying Somaliland, which is the reason you were supporting them in the first place and all along. Although you like to hide your true "malicious political agenda" against Somaliland under some self-serving "garb", that is call "Somali Nationalism". 

Hence, you talk like this is no more dignified than a man who tells you lengthily the castles he will build for himself in right here of dear old blighty of UK, after he wins the next week lottery in London. Consequently, I say all of this to you more in sorrow than in anger, for it's shame, really, to see a grown up man (an educated man, no less) like you, who is being reduced to clutching straws of "wild speculation" of this sort, and do so in this way, rather lamentably.

All in all, please see to it, to give my heartfelt regards to a certain "Awr-Kiraale Dr Beileh", who is out there in Mogadishu. And tell him that his "commercial property" in down town Hargeisa, in which he had build with the "easy loot" that he had stolen so far from the "N&N gang" in Villa Somalia, is actually safe and sound till further notice.

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