Sunday, October 22, 2017
Wardheer News

Sheikh Shibli and the Somali Bantu: A Racial Controversy

By Hassan M. Abukar A Somali politician once joked about what he termed Somalis’ penchant for “perpetual controversy.” It is always one letdown after the other, he said. “At this point, there is nothing my people could do that will … Continued

Squandering the Glimmer of Hope

By Ahmed Mohamed Raage Somalia has been slowly struggling for several decades as a result of protracted internal conflicts combined together with eternal foreign interventions. It has been certainly difficult to govern the country at least since 2000 partly because … Continued


By Abdi Farah Sharawe (Laqanyo) Today HirShabeelle State of Somalia stands at crossroads. We have two directions that the state can take– one road will lead us forward from the current predicaments to a brighter and promising future, the other will … Continued

Somalia: It is a time for President Faramaajo to speak to the public

By Mohamed Abdiqafar Haji Hussein On September 6, 2017, the Minister of Information of the Somalia Federal Government, Abdirahman Osman (Yarisow) held a press conference giving the government’s position regarding the handing of Abdikarim Muse Qalbidhagax to the Ethiopian government … Continued

Who Failed Farmajo’s Presidency?

By Faisal Roble For many of his supporters, the Farmajo administration has fallen out of grace so fast. With the right and bold steps, however, he may regain their confidences and rescue his presidency. Several incidents that had transpired in … Continued

Puntland’s Frankensteinian Ruler

By Ahmed Khalif The Puntland State of Somalia has earned the titles of ‘The Oldest Federal Member State’ and ‘The Mother of the Federal Republic of Somalia’. And with some semblance of government, it maintained law and order in its … Continued