galbeedi

After almost thirty years no water and no bread in Hargeisa.

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galbeedi   

The water which is developed through donor agencies is nowhere to be seen.

Yet the water agency doubled the price 52%. 

The price of bread went up.

Whatever this Muuse guy touches explodes.

Since people can't wait his impeachment, let us raise the money to prosecute his war crimes.

WAxa laga yaabaa in oo dhaqso inoo dhaafee.

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Barwaaqo   
13 minutes ago, galbeedi said:

WAxa laga yaabaa in oo dhaqso inoo dhaafee.

Horta marka hore qiro inuu madaxweynahaagii yahay, markaa ka dib ayaad ka hadalkiisa xaq u leedahay.

“Ma deganna warkaaguye bal doc uun isugu baydh ”

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galbeedi   

Hadaan ku idhaahdo waxaan ahay Xubin Sharafeed ka mid ah Waddani waxa laga yaabaa in ay iga cararaan. Waxay dhihi,  Galbeedi waa Soomaliweyn ee inaga ilaaliya.

Taageerayaasha Waddani ayaan ka mid ahay, C/raxman Cirrona waa Madaxweynaha Ummadda.

waakan isagoo dadkii la shaahaynaya.

 

 

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Barwaaqo   
25 minutes ago, galbeedi said:

Cirro is the people's president.

Cirro  waa gudoomiyaha xisbiga Wadani oo ah qayb ka mid ah haykalka dawladnimo ee Somaliland, qayb aad u balaadhan oo reer Somaliland ahna waa taageerayaasha Wadani. Cirro iyo Muse labaduba waxay u taagan yihiin qaranimadda Somaliland ee Galbeediyoow in aad midkood mucaarid ku noqoto ama midkood taageerto waa inaad marka hore ku jirtaa xayndaabka qaranka Somaliland  hadii kale ka hadalkoodu waa ‘Hal bacaad lagu lisay’

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Barwaaqo   
24 minutes ago, galbeedi said:

Barwaaqo,

I like the way you write the Somali language.

Waan ku Salaamay.

Mahsanid 

Waa xil kuligeen saaran in aan luuqadeenna quweyno. Salaan la mid ah.

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