Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Wardheer News

The Somali Language

By Mohamed Abdikadir (Stanza) The official language of Somalia and Somali people is the Somali language and it belongs to the Cushitic Afro-Asiatic languages. It is written from left to right in Latin characters. It is a language that is … Continued

Appraising Farmajo’s Speech

By Faisal Roble Forgettable Parts    Forget cascading diplomatic niceties, NGO side caucuses that went on for hours, or good-natured sisters partying all night long following the main event to redress stress, the highlight of the 3rd London Conference — … Continued

Absence of Memory or Avoidance of History

By Jama Hersi ‘A world had deceived me. The day I had strength I had no good sense; today as I have good sense I have no strength.’  Adan Galaydh  Few days ago I was indulging myself reading an informative and well … Continued

Somalia Might Be Down But Certainly Not Out

By Osman Abdi Mohamed When Somalia appeared top in the list of the happiest nations in Africa, the report disconcerted some media houses so much that they ran articles with bold exclamation of amazement. They did not refute the finding … Continued

Somali Minnesotans: A Community in Siege

By Faisal Roble Following a successful Somali leadership summit hosted byTayo Consulting Group, I took time to walk through Cedar neighborhood in Minneapolis.  Despite an uncharacteristically warm Sunday afternoon (April 22, 2017), the mood of the residents was subdued this … Continued


By Ismail Arale Aligure Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing–John Stuart Mills In the circumstances of life, all is to be anticipated, or so it’s said, this … Continued

Buuhoodle: The Key to Saving Somalia’s Unity

By Osman Hassan Buuhoodle is famous for its past and present history, though its establishment as a town merely goes back to living memory. Its past history is rooted in the struggle of Sayid Mohamed Abdulla Hassan’s Darwiish liberation movement … Continued