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Gudoomiyaha Gobolka Jubbada Hoose Ahmed Cabdi Cumar Sandheere (named by Abdullahi Yusuf to be vice-governor of Jubbada Hoose but hate by him because he is the one who said beesha Sade and the maamul are not fighting and I say that as the maamul )...He is Talxe
Gudoomiyaha Degmada Kismaayo Dr Cabdirizaaq Faarax Taano (unofficially chosen by the Sade Council to become mayor temporarily, he is a businessman and is the reason the whole fight against Afgaduud started )...He is reer Siyaad
[quote="Sir-Luggoyo"]They look like they could use a little more nutrition, they are so malnourished.
But I wonder those who were defeated by these skeletal characters?!!!! they must have been in a worse situation and dire need[/quote]
Haaheey Sir Lugooyow, don't worry... like our dhaqan is back in Mudug, the guests eat before the master of the house...the Baajuuni are our guests in Jubooyinka and as such we give them the nafaqo first and we eat whatever is left.
These guys are more healthy, vibrant and in better shape than the fat house confined desert cats you guys call mps and militairy commanders in Woqoyi. I guess the walks on the beach, and active lifestyle of Kismayo gets you that. These men control from the beginning of the Jubba river on the border of Ethiopia to the Indian Ocean.
----"3.7.3 Though Marehan settlers still have effective control of the islands, Bajuni can work for the Marehan as paid labourers. This is an improvement on the period during the 1990s when General Morgan's forces controlled Kismayo and the islands, when the Bajuni were treated by the occupying Somali clans as little more than slave labour. Essentially the plight of the Bajuni is based on the denial of economic access by Somali clans, rather than outright abuse. [6.85 ? 6.87] "----
I guess the walks on the beach, and active lifestyle of Kismayo gets you that. :
Saxib, I was born walking on the beaches of Kismayo and I have never been that malnourished. Kismayo is the only place where you could find everything you desire in food products, but alas!! what does a nomad from Gedo know about Cambe iyo moos
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