Members of the Security Council expressed concern about the ousting of Somali PM

Written on:December 12, 2014
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imagesSecurity Council Press Statement on Somalia. The members of the Security Council have taken note of Saturday’s parliamentary vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia, and recent political instability in the country. The members of the Security Council recalled their visit to Somalia, and that of the Secretary-General, during which both underlined the vital importance of a united political leadership in Somalia. The members of the Security Council expressed their concern at the recent political instability in Somalia, and its impact on peace and stability.

Dahabshil Money Transfer: Fueling Bloody Civil War in Northern Somalia.

Written on:December 9, 2014

Dahabshil (a.k.a Dhiigshiil) is one of the merchant for a new generation of money transfer and arms dealers who play a critical role in areas where the weapons trade has been embargoed by the United Nations. Unprecedented U.N. Monitoring group investigations have begun to unravel the mystery of these broken embargoes, many of them imposed on Somalia involved in bloody civil wars. At the heart of this unfolding detective story…


Former Khatumo President arrives in Toronto Canada

Written on:December 3, 2014

Yesterday on a rainy December evening at approximately 6: 00 pm, Khatumo Toronto Community received Former Khatumo President Mohamed Yusuf J. Indho-sheel who is in short visit to the country. Among delegates on hand at his reception at Pearson International airport included the Famous Somali Artist and Singer Khadijo Abdullahi Dalays, Khatumo’s tireless talent and poet Hayat Abdullahi Gelqaad and several dozen of Khatumo and Somali commuity member of Toronto….


1st anniversary of Nov. 28 mass murder of Khatumo Civilians in Taleh; Lest we forget

Written on:November 26, 2014

At least 12 people have been reported dead in Taleh City today’s as Puntland Security Forces went into a firing spree in and around the areas of Khatumo administration’s landmarks such as theSayid Mohamed A. Hassan Airport, the famous Fig-Tree (Berdaha Khatumo) garden, and the office of President Mohamed J. Indho-sheel view full post »


Somaliland’s next dictator in the making

Written on:November 24, 2014

Certain democratically elected leaders transform gradually into dictators. History has repeatedly attested the blueprints for turning a democratic system into dictatorship. Such blueprints have been employed recurrently in different shapes and forms, some of which are gorier than others. Notwithstanding their brutalities, dictators have distinct characteristics. Generally, they rule with an iron fist: they suspend the constitution, invoke a petrifying internal foes, cultivate a gangster caste, create surveillance system, harass…


Khatumo’s new administration slowly gears up to climb the Performance stage.

Written on:November 20, 2014
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Hello! are you there. Yeah I am talking to you. You khatumo folk ! I know it’s been a while and you must have been overwhelmed by the challenges of helping to build democratic institutions where none existed before. I know, You have given a lot and from time to time, you deserve to take off a few of weeks of cooling period. However, as the norming and storming stages seem…


SRSG Kay meets with Somali officials and foreign diplomats, calling for political stability ahead of Copenhagen Conference.

Written on:November 18, 2014
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Mogadishu, 16 November 2014 – United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) Nicholas Kay met with Somali political leaders on 16 November 2014.  He was joined by Danish Ambassador Geert Aagaard Andersen, European Union (EU) Special Representative for the Horn of Africa Alex Rondos, EU Special Envoy to Somalia Michele Cervone d’Urso, Italian Ambassador Fabrizio Marcelli, Swedish Ambassador Mikael Lindvall and UK Ambassador Neil Wigan for meetings with His…