Monday, November 20, 2017
Wardheer News

UN Monitoring Group for Somalia and Eritrea Report

UN Monitoring Group for Somalia and Eritrea  Summary After a prolonged and problematic electoral process, a new president of the Federal Government of Somalia, Abdullahi Mohamed Abdullahi “Farmaajo”, was selected by Members of Parliament in Mogadishu on 8 February 2017. … Continued

The Somali Enemy

By Mahad Sheikh Ali Gelle What happened in Somalia? How Somali Federal Government failures, foreign entities and collapsed institutions aid the terrorism industry. The October 14, 2017 terrorist attack in Mogadishu, which killed at least 358 people according to official … Continued

Transgression (Tacaddi): A Poem by Hussein Halane

By Hussein Halene Translated by Adam OHirsi While I am apprehensive about the current affairs of Somalia, and fearful that the never ending chaos of the homeland will render my brain waste, I met with Aw Hirsi, a  good friend who is … Continued

A Change of Strategy at Villa Somalia

By Liban Ahmed The worst terrorist attack in Somalia’s capital forced President Farmaajo to introduce a new security strategy to defeat Al-shabaab.  The Somali government will create civil defence forces and commit US$ 14 million to the first phase of the project. Such an initiative will stand … Continued

MUQDISHO BLASTS: TEARS WERE OUR ONLY HOPE

WardheerNews Editorial When a tragedy befalls a nation, the fear and devastation cause the nation to bond together and become one with a course of action. It’s the time where good leaders lead the way out of the devastation to … Continued

Siilaanyo and Galaydh’s Dastardly Deal in Ainabo

By Osman Hassan A little town in northern Somalia called Ainabo has acquired a shameful place in Somali history, not all of its choosing. It is here that Siilaanyo, the leader of the one-clan secessionist enclave calling itself Somaliland, and … Continued

Somali terrorists promising ‘shortcut to heaven.’

By Ali Musa Abdi The massive bomb attack in the Somali capital of Mogadishu was the work of the Shabab militant organisation but the terrorist network opted not to claim responsibility due to the unspeakable civilian toll. Despite more than … Continued