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President Bihi On His Government's Effort On The Corona-Virus Epidemic Crisis.

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Oodweyne   

The good news in here is that the private sector is also getting its acts together and it's helping the State to provide any emergency medical help along the way, if worse were to come to us. Although, we can only pray and say may Almighty forbids is. But it's best to be prepare for the worse. 

 

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@cadnaan1

Djibouti is a dictatorship, there is only State Media allowed and it speaks exactly what IOG family wants to say and will not fact check even if the facts are right before them. There are no free press.

I would take a grain of salt for what the Djibouti State media is reporting. 

He is probably wants to send a message to his poor people that he is doing a good job. When in realty he is not.

 

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Oodweyne   
1 hour ago, Suldaanka said:

@cadnaan1

Djibouti is a dictatorship, there is only State Media allowed and it speaks exactly what IOG family wants to say and will not fact check even if the facts are right before them. There are no free press.

I would take a grain of salt for what the Djibouti State media is reporting. 

He is probably wants to send a message to his poor people that he is doing a good job. When in realty he is not.

Suldaanka,

Don't mind this "Donkey-legged-looter" around here. He has no idea half the time what on earth he is waffling on about it other than to fondly look for what to loot at best times. Although I told him many times that in here UK the "looting business" actually ended way back in the middle of 16th century. And therefore he better have no illusion to think that he can take few "under-ground electrical wires" out there from Bristol City (which is where he lives), since the whole town and the whole country is lock-down, and therefore he may think that is the best time to "re-enact" his kin and kith's ancestral vocation of "open public thievery", which used to happen back Mogadishu, in right here of UK.

And worse part of it is that he does nothing but a "shadow-box" against Somaliland in most days (like that wretched Ina-Gummeed Saalax). Which means he searches - high and low - in the internet just to find some kind of "negative news" about Somaliland, even if they are bogus ones in most of the times. Hence, put him in the column of the folks you treat them with contempt.  

As for the issue of Mr IOG and his cheap mendacity, I agree with you entirely. And I would even go as far as to say that I wouldn't even spit on it. Let alone take it as face-value when it comes to ascertaining the truthfulness of his cheap allegation against Somaliland. So there you are. Take it, as you said it, with a large pinch of salt with whatever that comes out from this tiny dictatorship's regime to the West of us and from its "dictatorship boasting and house-trained media's mouth-pieces".   

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gooni   
10 hours ago, cadnaan1 said:

 

Maamulka hargaysa Corona virus waa u hargab caadi ah, qaadkaana daawo u ah.

Wali kama dhaadhicin halista cudurkan.

Dadku haduu faqiiryahay owoodna u lahayn inay 14 cisho meel ku hayaan dadka imaanaya, caqligoodu ma siin waayay  bil nuskeed yaan naloo imaan.

Snm masiibadan aduunkii waashay waxaa uga daran dayn cafinta soomaaliya.

Waxaana dhici karta in dadka waqooyigu markuu maqlo in meesha fowdo ka jirto ay koonfurta usoo yaacaan.

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Oodweyne   

^^^^

Xaaji hacoo, bacaacdii aan kugu ogaa wali ma heysaa, oo ma eryaneysaa. Walee afku ciil bax maxaad maciin bidey, markaad xiniinyo iska weyday aad ku aarsato.

Saaxiib, Somaliland ragii lahaa ayaa ka taliya, ilaahey kasakowna sidii ay urkaan ayey uwadayaan. Mid adiga oo kale ah ama mid sida Ina-Adeerkaa Ina-Gummeed Ina-Farmaajo oo kalane ahna, inta cirku idiin jiro ayuu idiin jiraa in Somaliland arimaheeda wax laydinka weydiiyo.

Markaas, Saaxiib, ma isweydiisey cidda u maqan Ilka-Yartii Mareexaanka aheyd ee Kiinya iyo Amxaaro isku heysteen cidii u talin laheyd wax u meel yaala hadii cudurkani ku dhaco. Ileyn Gedo waa meel aan dowlad kataline.

Waa taas danta seetada ah ee kaaga baahan in aad u dhidido waxaad ka yeeli laheyd. Tan Shankaroon-ta Barakeysan ah ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland layidhaahdo, ilaahey kasakow, dadkii lahaa ayaa u talinaya, awoodi halka ay dhigtaba.

 

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Djibouti is a dictatorship, there is no media there

Suldaanka

If only you were fair to your "good" neighbor and cousin. ABC (Australia) seems to have still something of the old days, otherwise BBC and all the rest of them have stopped being media long time ago. Middle east, Iran, Russia...etc have been taken as enemies and there is only propaganda.

As you are well aware Djibouti people being of nomad background trusts in person news exchange and that is hard to sensor.

Its just that Djibouti is only useful for big powers and not to bankers or tourists, thus not much need for the kind of media you are looking for.

What do you think of Twitter, Youtube, Google..etc and also cable companies refusing to carry some channels they consider either right wing or simply anti-globalism? That I guess is not dictatorship.

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Tallaabo   
1 hour ago, Oodweyne said:

 

The so called government of Somaliland must be the most useless in the world (they are certainly the most ignorant and corrupt). 

If they failed to build even a village clinic for the suffering people why are they now robbing hardworking people of their businesses? 

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Oodweyne   
20 hours ago, Tallaabo said:

The so called government of Somaliland must be the most useless in the world (they are certainly the most ignorant and corrupt). 

If they failed to build even a village clinic for the suffering people why are they now robbing hardworking people of their businesses? 

Tallaabo,

There you go again, saaxiib, missing the woods for the trees, as was your regular habit around here. In other words, do you think the Somaliland's government has some free money laying about the place just to build at moment notice a brand new hospitals for emergency public health and for pandemics care, like they are doing in places like UK and USA right now?

No, my friend, I will have you know that the hospitals that are the government's own (in every region and in every city of the country) are already being primed to take care of any corona-virus patients that will come down with this virus when it hit us badly.

However, the plan is that these government's hospitals will not have enough beds in their wards. So the expectation is to take all "available private hospitals" into a "temporary ownership" by the government and by the Pandemic Task-force Committee.

And as you can see our people back home are very "patriotic" (unlike you, sad to say, my friend). And they are even coming forward to actually "hand-over" their private hospitals with their staff in it and with their equipment, beds, and everything they have in those hospitals to the government's care and ownership of them during this period of emergency, without even being asked to do so, at least so far.

I also expect, or at least I would hope, to see that many more of a "privately-owned hospitals" in every city of the country will now also be "volunteering their ownership" of themselves to the government's hands, now that we know the first two (2) cases of this pandemic virus had strike in our country, since it was confirmed today by the Minister of Health and by the pandemic task-force committee that was recently appointed.  

Incidentally, if you had anything to do with this "Duriyadda Folks" when the struggle of the SNM were at the height of the thing we needed to do (which I gather you were too young to be party to it), you would know by now this is what we do.

Which means, we debate, we disagree violently, we disagree more, we proceed to think the guys at the top are useless. But when shit hit the fan, we circle the wagon, we put our shoulders to the wheel, we protect the needy, we protect the weak, we take care of whatever business that is needed to be taken care in the mean-time.

And when the emergency passes and "victory" is secure, we sit down, collectively, on the floor under a big tree, somewhere in our land, and ask around as to who was responsible for that calamity and what we need to learn from it.

Hence, it's that time again to which to "circle wagon", to put the "collective shoulders" to the wheel, to leave the debate of the alleged incompetence of the government for another day. Or at least we leave it for another time all these arguments which tries hold to account all those guys at the top whose their sheer governance's failing brought us into this lamentable pass in which we found ourselves in now. Whilst doing everything we possibly can in protecting the weak and likely patients of this virus in the mean-time and at the moment.

This is why you see privately-owned hospitals going out of their way to "volunteer their hospitals" in here and the "ownership" of them to the government's care before they were even "ordered" to do so by the government's emergency task-force committee for this pandemic.  

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Oodweyne   

In here what you have is another "private hospital" (brand new and recently build) being handed over to the district's council of Arabsiyo by one businessman and his own family who build it.

It's definition of "communal Solidarity", at least in Somaliland version of it. One day we will have rich and resourceful government that does build all hospitals (across all of our regions and in our land). But today of now and long before the day is in hand, it will be case that those with resources or "those of whom so much is given to them, so much is expected from them".

Hence, it's a genuine "Noblesse Oblige" sense in which we in Somaliland know how to do it even from our recent history. Specially we know how to do it from all the way during the era of the then SNM's struggle of 1980s, to the era of building of modern Somaliland in the later part of 1990s, and in today's reality in which we are fighting against the Corona-Virus epidemic in our way as best as we can.

Hence, this version of "communal spiritedness" or "social mindedness" may long continue, I say. 

 

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Oodweyne   

Here is really good public broadcasting service intended for heath information purposes for the public-at-large. It's good thing for our people who are not literate to be informed in this way and in-terms of how deadly this thing is. Kudos to those who put it together this kind of public and easy to follow health info.

 

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