October 15, 2012 ·14 Comments
Well, well, when people say politics can be a very dirty game, and it’s definitely corrupts good decent citizens it is very true indeed. In the case of Muj Boobe Du’ale ex information minister of Ahmed Siilanyo’s administration for a short period Mr Boobe was dismissed suddenly from his post after getting into a bitter row with his ministry officials Mr, Boobe was unable to sort out the problem himself there and then between him and his junior officials at the ministry of information.
Subsequently president Siilanyo got involved to try to calm the situation and finding a lasting solution however Mr. Boobe so was adamant that he was right and everyone else is wrong, Muj Boobe’s blatant refusal and arrogant behavior towards his boss the president led to his dismissal.
When Muj Boobe got the news and confirmation of his dismissal letter and p45 he did not go with dignity like a statesman he went on the rampage and starting committing serious assault against his junior former colleagues and staff in the information ministry, attacking Sayid Mohamed at Mansoor Hotel in the full glare of the media and the public, that was very thuggery, disgraceful and insane.
I would say that act of madness have tarnished Muj Boobe’ s reputation as a historian and respected Author for good what do you think people?
As for his new venture publishing so called, diaries and revealing private conversation, that took place between him and his former colleagues Hirsi Ali a very loyal, competent minister of cabinet and president Ahmed Siilanyo I, think this is the lowest point and the end of Muj Boobe’s career as an Author and historian due to the fact that his revelation diaries will damage his credibility forever.He cannot be trusted nor earn anymore stand ovation from Somaliland public, here in the western world poorly educated people from the disadvantage background sell their private life stories to OK magazine and the Sunday newspaper and believe me no body take them seriously we called them garbage hear say no than you.
By; Ali A. Ismail Dheeg