October 13, 2012 ·13 Comments
Not So Often People Say thank You to Their Leaders
My, Fellow Somalilanders, I wish to take this opportunity to thank president Ahmed siilanyo for summoning his cabinet at the presidential palace and holding a two day emergency cabinet conference, televised live on national Tv, like millions of Somalilanders at home and abroad I was very pleased to see our commander in chief president A. M.M. Siilanyo is finally listening and fully engage with his electorate and have undertook a very bold, and swift response to his political rivals and critics, whom have been bad mouthing and spreading dirty, smear campaign about the president’s health and leadership style I just want to say thank you and well done Mr Siilanyo for proving them wrong, you have the full confidence, and support of your country men and women old and young especially the diaspora.
Whilst, I welcome the president’s recent moves visiting Gebilay region a very strategic and important region which contributed to Somaliland’s fast growing local economy at leat 50% I, would also urge Mr Siilanyo to take a tour of all Somaliland main cities and not just Gebilay you need to visit Borame, Berbera Burco Ceerigaabo and Laascanood to see you for yourselves how your fellow country men and women are struggling and coping with under the current economic climate.
Despite the economic hardship all these people want is to hear and see their president, it will gave them self-confidence, and reassurance that their commander in chief is on board, cares engaged and listening, the people of Somaliland are very proud, resilient they don’t want hand out from you just want good communication strong leadership,
I am very convinced you have definitely demonstrate that now and before during the SNM struggle a very turbulent period of Somaliland’s dark history, having said that I don’t believe we the Somaliland diasporas, are doing enough to bring investment and recognition for Somaliland simply because were not fully united that is a’ fact.
By: Ali Abdillahi Ismail Dheeg