September 11, 2012 ·3 Comments
My fellow Somalilanders, may I, take this opportunity to share my point of views, regarding the recent political development in Somaliland. Whilst it is right to hold to our political leaders to account for any wrong doing it is always also fundamentally vital that we need to understand the notion that the president and administration alone cannot resolve the country’s social and economic problems over night, Thus, we should collectively need to work together for the good of our nation by supporting our arm forces, police, teachers and doctors, who are under paid.
Because we are so preoccupied with listening to so many garbage hearsay stories and setting up meaningless political groups. Xaqsoor Wadani Ucid Nasiye, Dalsan, Ummadda who have nothing new to offer or to say, they’re’ same old faces ex minister, Rays so on and on. and government sacked officials in a nutshell they’re’ all losers except to play the race card which as a result divided Somaliland along tribal lineage as far i am concern this is not a healthy democracy at work.
To make matter worse a minority so called traditional elders and MPs (bribe seekers) wants to hold the current administration led by Ahmed Siilanyo to ransom for their own selfish greed this needs to be stopped now! The president must take a hardline position on the self-appointees traditional leaders such as Boqor Raabi & Buurmadow, whom become a stumble block to a successive government and its policies.
As citizens of Somaliland we are asking the president the wrong questions for instance tribal X and Y don’t have enough minsters or D/g’s this is absolutely ridiculous and there is no way that we will go forward thinking so shallow therefore we need to educate our youth encourage and empower them to volunteering by joining the army, police academy, nurses, doctors…
I’m aware the challenges and barriers SL government is encountering e.g. lack of international recognition which will hamper the government’s election pledges to deliver a fair and just society.
So what can we do to help out our government and country, personally I believe do it yourself (isaga wax u qabso) policy, all these election rally’s, are west of energy and time, poverty breeds’ tribalism and ignorance’s, which eventually leads to extremism and fundamentalism.
By; Cali A.C/laahi Ismacil Dheeg