Home | Contact us | Links | Archives | Search

Somaliland Doesn’t Need Advice From Mr. Gedi

Issue 301
Front Page
Index
Headlines

Government Led “Coup D'état” against Shuro Net

President Rayale Holds Talks With Visiting French Embassy Officials

Planning & Coordination Minister Refutes UNDP Deportation

Somaliland cabinet meets to discuss the needs of Sool

Somaliland Attempting To Silence Human Rights Network

Somali Government Harassing Media

Zenawi Says Favorable To Keep Ethiopian Troops In Somalia

Opposition Political Party Formed In Somalia Parliament

France Looking For Way Out Of ‘Walled Meadow’ In Africa

Radio shut in Somalia amid escalating attacks on media

Two soldiers killed as gov't official survives assassination in Somalia

Regional Affairs

UN Hopes to Resume Food Aid in Somalia

Somalia: Situation Report - 26 Oct 2007

Editorial
Special Report

International News

Joaquim Chissano Wins The Largest Prize In The World

Biggest Discrimination In The World: Attacks On Somali Community In Bristol

Two Somalian Immigrants Honored For Service To Local Refugees

FEATURES & COMMENTARY

Abdirahman Aw Ali Farah - Coast to Coast Candidate

Letter From Djibouti

US Horn of Africa Policy at odds with the Declaration of Independence

The Somali Land Birthed?

Work starts on Axum obelisk

Food for thought

Opinions

Premier Gedi of Somalia cracks under political pressure

Somaliland Government: Hands-Off Human Rights Defenders

Somaliland vs. Puntland: More Terror Accusations, More Crying Wolf

Somaliland Doesn’t Need Advice From Mr. Gedi

Without A Doubt KULMIYE Party Is The Only Hope For Our Country And Its People

Somaliland: Wrong policy on the Ogaden

Rayale’s Hostages In Mandera

Proper Hiring And Justified Firing Of Employees


By Ahmed Kheyre

I would have thought that Mr. Gedi, the "prime minister" of the transitional federal government claiming to rule Somalia, would have far more pressing things to be concerned about than Somaliland's affairs.

For one thing, he is getting bombed left, right and centre, and secondly, his one time, close friend, Mr. Yusuf is trying to exclude Mr. Gedi from the Somalia gravy train. Where is all the aid money? Why are the people of Somalia still starving to death by the thousands? Why are there incompetent and ignorant people claiming to represent Somalia overseas? Are the poor Somalis in Somalia still living the Barre nightmare? Somalis have many sayings for the person preoccupied with other people's whilst neglecting his own, but Mr. Gedi is inspiring even more sayings.

Mr. Gedi poor attempt to seem statesman is laughable. Surely, this is the same person who was accusing Somaliland of terrorism!, Is this not the same person who paid a visit to Puntland with express intentions of goading their militia to attack Somaliland? When did Mr. Gedi become concerned with Somaliland? Is it after  Somaliland ran out of patience and scattered the Puntland militia to smithereens. Who know what goes on in Mr. Gedi's mind, but one thing is for sure, realism is not one of them.

Mr. Gedi, here is a reality, Somaliland is a sovereign and independent country. We are touched by your concern, but you would do better to protect the poor people of Somalia from oppression, poverty, hunger, murder and mayhem. Somaliland can take care of itself, please Mr. Gedi, take care of your own house.

Sincerely,

Ahmed Kheyre

London , UK

 


Home | Contact us | Links | Archives | Search