Lasanod, SSC-Khaatumo: Ever since the people of Somaliland found themselves to have elected an angry soldier as president, rational folks in Somaliland could not figure out Muse Bihi’s leadership style; more like a one man show, he has been mired in manipulative and controlling behaviour, traingulating clans against each other, grandiosity, gaslighting, self centeredness, lack of accountability and diminished levels of empathy, all point to a.
Lasanod: Somalia. by Osman Badawi: The International Crisis Group (ICG) has recently issued a long statement on the fighting between “Dhulbahante and Somaliland” for the control of the town of Las Anod. Entitled “Time for Somaliland and the Dhulbahante to Talk”, this statement carries two contentious messages. The first is that “the Dhulbahante wants to join Somalia rather than be part of Somaliland”. The second is that the two sides should “agree to a ceasefire and prepare for overdue talks on the Dhulbahante’s administrative status.” This rejoinder to the ICG statement will dwell on and debunk these points.
Looking at these two messages, this rejoinder sees the first one as.
The Supreme Council of the SSC-Khaatumo State, traditionally known as the Garaads, has expressed their endorsement of the UN Security Council’s recent statement on the escalating conflict in northern Somalia, particularly the troubled Sool region. Recognizing the weight of the declaration, the Council hailed it as a “significant step forward in securing peace in northern Somalia.”
This statement follows the extensive unrest in Laascaanood, the principal town of the Sool region, which has resulted in high civilian casualties and.