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Garoonka Diyaaradaha ee Muqdisho oo ay Maalin walba kasoo dagaan dad ka imaanaya Magaalada Nairobi

 

Axad, December 30, 2012 (HOL) — Garoonka diyaaradaha ee Muqdisho ayaa ah mid aad u mashquul badan dhowrkii maalmood ee lasoo dhaafay iyadoo halkaas ay kasoo degaan maalin walba in ka badan 100 qof oo kasoo ambabaxay magaalada Nairobi ee xarunta dalka Kenya.

 

Shirkadaha diyaaradaha ayaa sheegay inay kordhiyeen duulimaadyadii ay kaga imaan jireen magaalada magaalada Nairobi ee xarunta dalka Kenya, kaddib markii xukuumadda dalkaas ay amar ku bixisay in Soomaalida aan sharciga lahayn ay dib ugu laabtaan xeryaha qoxootiga.

 

Qaar ka mid ah Soomaalidii kasoo laabtay dalka Kenya ayaa sheegay inay go’aansadeen inay dalkooda kusoo laabtaan kaddib markii lagu amray inay isaga baxaan dalka Kenya.

 

Sidoo kale, xaafadda Islii ee magaalada Nairobi oo ay Soomaalidu daggan tahay ayaa waxaa laga dareemayaa buuq fara badan, iyadoo goobaha laga goosto tigidhada diyaaradaha iyo kuwa basaska lagu arkayo dadweyen fara badan oo doonaya inay tigidho iibsadaan.

 

“Maalin walba waxaa baxa dad fara badan, waxaana kordhinnay basaska maalin walba u baxa deegaannada ku dhow xuduudda ay wadaagaan Somaaliya iyo Kenya. Dadka dalkooda u laabanaya waxay wataan alaabo badan waxayna taas keentay in albaaba si jaban looga iibsado maadaama ay baxayaan,” ayuu C/risaaq Maxamed oo ka mid ah mas’uuliyiinta shirkadda basaska ee Muxsin oo la hadlayay BBC-da.

 

Xaliimo Abuukar Maxamed oo iyada iyo qoyskeeda ay u soo ambabaxayeen xarunta Soomaaliya ee Muqdisho ayaa iyaduna BBC-da u sheegtay inay go’aan ku gaareen inay u soo guuraan Muqdisho oo aysan dib dambe ugu soo laaban Nairobi.

 

Dadka Soomaaliyeed ee isaga soo baxaya Niarobi ayaa waxay ku wajahan yihiin qaarkood magaalooyinka waaweyn ee dalka Soomaaliya, sida magaalada Gaalkacyo iyo magaalada Boosaaso.

 

Maxamed Xaaji Xuseen, Hiiraan Online

maxuseen@hiiraan.com

Muqdisho, Soomaaliya

 

http://www.hiiraan.com/news/2012/Dec/wararka_maanta30-20369.htm

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Haatu   

Saanaa la rabaa. Intii Soomaaliya ka timi Soomaaliya ha ku laabato. Intii Waqooyi Bari ka timina, Waqooyi Bari ha ku laabato. Ma Keenyaan baa na ciilin karaa?

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Who can live like this. Refugees in kenya today , refugees in ethiopia tomorrow.

 

This is sad beyond believe. Let's see where this ends. By the time they get back to the capital, they won't run into another

civil war that got them into nairobi in the first place.

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I admire the resilience of Somali-Kenyans. They, unlike the western Somalis, face true adversity, yet they carry on without howling about the lack of government money and basketball courts.

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Abwaan   

We will ask the Kenyan in six months time whether targeting Somalis was a good move or not. Their economy baynka go'an tahay Soomaali dhul la'aani ma haysee.

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Tallaabo   

With the end of hostilities in Somalia, the Somalis will return to their homeland, the UN will leave Nairobi, the numerous relocated embassies will re-relocate to Mogadishu, the aid agencies will follow, the dollar will say its goodbyes and leave, and the Kikuyu will be left scratching his head and wondering whether his rather short golden age is about to come to an abrupt end.

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nuune   

I can confirm in the past week, 5 hotels that were owned by Somalis were closed to the doors, the losers would be the owners who used to get higher rent payment from Somalis each month.

 

I can also confirm about dozens of supermarkets were closed, final destination, Somalia.

 

I can also confirm that Jet Express, Sask Airline, 50 Express airways, and 4 others started new services to Mogadishu, all leased planes by South African businessmen.

 

I can also confirm that Nairobi City Council is sitting there wondering what to do, already losing tax revenues, and are way too behind for this years budget, all that changed in a matter of days, imagine what would happen in the next few months.

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