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Somali chief of army forces ordered the troops to be on high alert

File Photo Somali Times/Somali chief of army forces commander General Odowa Yusuf Rage Somali chief of army forces commander General Odowa Yusuf Rage ordered the troops to be on high alert, saying that the troops should not be allowed to follow any particular group or ideology, and that they would carry out their national duties

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Somalia’s Farmajo has more Hawiye community supporters than Roble

File Photo/Somali Times Somalia’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmajo has more Hawiye community supporters than former prime minister Mohamed Hussein Roble, according to sources Hawiye community are clans Abgaal and Habar Gidir 87 percent Hawiye elder and clan leader fully support current President Mohamed Farmajo. Mohamed Hussein Roble is Habar Gidir which the are not

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Somali prime minister failed to deliver election

File Photo/Somali Times Prime Minister Mohamed Roble failed to deliver election mandate and President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo called for a national conference in an indication he might be clawing back authority to oversee the long-delayed process from the prime minister Roble. In a statement Saturday night, Villa Somalia said the President was concerned that the

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Somalia: Warlord Said Deni defeated by Puntland security forces

Photo/Somali Times Somalia state of Puntland Warlord Said Abdullahi Deni said he was ready for a peaceful solution of any kind and any agreement reached on the conflict in Bosaso. Warlord Said Deni was defeated by Puntland security forces lead by Gen. Mohamoud Osman Diyano. Speaking at a press conference in Bosaso last night Deni

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Somali prime minister Roble failed the country’s elections instead stealing government assets

File Photo/Somali Times The Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia Mohamed Hussein Roble has failed the country’s elections which he was in charge. Roble’s failure of the country was stuck with no elections were held, the country would be in shambles, and he committed stealing government assets. If there is no election, Somalia

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Somali PM Roble steal land owned by Navy around the Lido beach in Mogadishu

File Photo/Somali Times Army Chief of Staff General Odowa Yusuf Rage has appointed a committee to investigate alleged land belonging to the Navy around Lido beach in Mogadishu. Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble is well know crook when it come dishonest, fraud and steal land owned by Navy around the Lido beach in Mogadishu, the

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Evil Aran Jaan leader Abdirahman Farole mastermind Bosaso war

A photograph appear on the Internet Former Puntland governor Abdirahman Farole has accused Bari regional leaders of being involved in the violence in Bosaso. Speaking to outlet media, evil Aran Jaan leader Abdirahman Farole said that clan leaders was interfering in the political affairs of the country. Abdirahman Farole is the mastermind Bosaso war which

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The latest Bosaso war: Warlord Said Deni killed more than 200 civilians

File Photo/Somali Times The fighting between the forces warlord Said Abdullahi Deni and Puntland Security Forces has reignited this morning in Somalia’s port city of Bosaso. According to reliable sources told Somali Times, warlord Said Deni killed more than 200 civilians and every corner of the city are dead corpses. Civilians fleeing the city has

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Somalia: Warlord Said Deni kicks off civil war in Bosaso

Reports from Bosaso town in Bari region say that clashes are taking place there between Puntland warlord Said Abdullahi Deni and forces loyal to the former director of PSF, Mohamud Osman Diyano. The two sides have been using heavy artillery fire in the neighborhoods of Bosaso, and residents of the neighborhoods are fleeing the fighting.

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Somalia opposition caucus loses ground on election momentum

File Photo/Somali Times By Daily Nation Somalia’s opposition caucus appears to have lost ground on stalling the country’s controversial elections after the Prime Minister urged the organisers to move on with the polls. The group, known as the Council of Presidential Candidates (CPC) had been calling for suspension of the elections for the members of

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