Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Wardheer News

The Perils of Arrogance and Clan chauvinism

By Osman Hassan One of the most memorable Somali poetical adages is that of Ismail Mirreh: “ Ragow kibirka waa lagu kufaa kaa ha la ogaado” (O Men! beware the perils of arrogance). It  is a message addressed to all … Continued

Jubbaland’s Set-up-to-Fail Syndrome!

By Isaac Muhammad Following incessant terrorist episodes into Kenyan soil by the notorious terror group Al-Shabab in 2011, Kenya advanced the argument of the ‘Right to Self-defense’ as embodied in Article 51 of the United Nations Charter, which explicitly recognizes … Continued

Violence against Somalis and a Weakened EPRDF

By Faisal Roble Ethiopia’s political crisis is at its zenith since the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) took power in 1991. A multitude of disorders come at a time when the once powerful EPRDF shows weakness and partiality to … Continued

The Secrets behind the Turkey’s Success in Somalia

By Mohemed Salah Ahmed Turkey’s unprecedented engagement in Somalia has started from 2011 as a response to the catastrophic famine which ravaged Somalia at the time, while the most momentous event was the visit of the former Turkish Prime Minister … Continued

WardheerNews Person of the Year 2017: Fahad Yasin

By WardheerNews It is not secret that Mr. Fahad Yasin Tahir, Chief of Staff for President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, is the most powerful, most influential figure in the political affairs of the country. In fact, he is considered by many … Continued

Social media impact on traditional social fabric

By Abdi Musse It is not hidden secret that our traditional social fabric and cohesion is changing drastically due to extensive use of diverse social media platforms and mediums. This new form of communication in some instances as many presume … Continued