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Somali cities by the numbers

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby AgentOfChaos » Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:44 pm

There you have it people, you know what abdigayson wants, let the fight begin already, hell I'll begin.

"FUCK YOU ALL, MY TUULO HAS MORE POPULATION!!!"

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby srsbsns » Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:48 pm

2005.

anyway, its just an estimate and is subject to dispute. how possible is it to have an accurate census of Somali people. for every 1 person documented maybe twice as much go without being recorded.

un projections are bogus anyway, so nothing to really fight about.

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby AbdiJohnson » Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:51 pm

I'm not interested in your petty online clan cat fights. I'm not a barbarian. I am interested in data. I'm not like you animals. I will debate about something meaningful. I have chosen not to pick up the machete and the AK. How dare you say I was thinking of such a weird thing.

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby BowerDanger » Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:54 pm

Borama is the second largest city in the north with 300,000 including if you add puntland

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby FieldMarshalMenace » Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:59 pm

Rubbish material by the provocateur ...nigga I been to Hargeisa and I been to major cities in the states and I assure you that Hargeisa has passed the 1mill mark...but then again a Canadian can never feel the density of a city since the whole of Canada's population is less than CA

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby AbdiJohnson » Thu Mar 19, 2015 9:16 pm

I been to Hargeisa a few times. Sounds about right. 500-600K. It certainly didn't seem to be 1 million.

There is no Somali city over 1 million except for maybe Mogadishu. Maybe.

The city I currently live in is only 900,000 and it certainly has more people than Hargeisa and possibly even Mogadishu


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Postby SolidCamel » Thu Mar 19, 2015 9:17 pm

I been to Hargeisa a few times. Sounds about right. 500-600K. It certainly didn't seem to be 1 million.

There is no Somali city over 1 million except for maybe Mogadishu. Maybe.

The city I currently live in is only 900,000 and it certainly has more people than Hargeisa and possibly even Mogadishu


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Edmonton has a million bro.

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby thegoodshepherd » Thu Mar 19, 2015 9:28 pm

I know that this whole thing is bullsh!t because there is no way Beletweyne has less people than Burco or Baydhabo. Or that Marka has more people than Galkacyo. :lol:

1-Mogadishu 1 million+
2- Hargaysa 650,000-700,000
3-Bosaso 250,000
4- Baydhabo, Galkacyo, Beletweyne, Burco, Borama, Kismayo ~150,000
5-Garowe, Afgoye, Qardho, Berbera, Cabudwaaq, Lascanood ~85,000
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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby AbdiJohnson » Thu Mar 19, 2015 9:28 pm

I been to Hargeisa a few times. Sounds about right. 500-600K. It certainly didn't seem to be 1 million.

There is no Somali city over 1 million except for maybe Mogadishu. Maybe.

The city I currently live in is only 900,000 and it certainly has more people than Hargeisa and possibly even Mogadishu


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Edmonton has a million bro.
http://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/ ... story.Aspx

That is the metro area that includes other municipalities with their own mayors and city councils.

Calgary proper has 1 million but not Edmonton.

It is 877,000 as of 2014 which will hit 900,000 this year due to newcomer growth. It will be 1 million in 5 years.

Population growth is expected to continue, with 20,000 newcomers due in the city over 2015, down from the 30,000 seen this year.
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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby Methylamine » Thu Mar 19, 2015 9:32 pm

I been to Hargeisa a few times. Sounds about right. 500-600K. It certainly didn't seem to be 1 million.

There is no Somali city over 1 million except for maybe Mogadishu. Maybe.

The city I currently live in is only 900,000 and it certainly has more people than Hargeisa and possibly even Mogadishu


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Edmonton has a million bro.
http://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/ ... story.Aspx

That is the metro area that includes other municipalities with their own mayors and city councils.

Calgary proper has 1 million but not Edmonton.

It is 877,000 as of 2014 which will hit 900,000 this year due to newcomer growth.

Population growth is expected to continue, with 20,000 newcomers due in the city over 2015, down from the 30,000 seen this year.

It will hit 1 million proper in 5 years.
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I keep hearing from these Edmonton niggas how Ottawa bey dhaafeen....kkkkkkkk 877k what a god forsaken tuulo :pac:

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby AbdiJohnson » Thu Mar 19, 2015 9:49 pm

Edmonton is on par to hit one million people and surpass Ottawa as the fourth largest municipality in Canada by the end of the decade
Edmonton is a third world city though filled with crack heads and drunk Ali Beystein. No infrastructure spending. The whole city looks like Harlem. I thought the British wiped out the Ali Beystein with their diseases they brought until I came out West. I see more of them in one day here than I did my entire life in Ottawa. Demographics at very different

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby Rambie » Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:00 am

yup

The Darood hate these estimations cos it shows their real numbers.

Bosasso+Kismayo+Glakacyo+Lascanood the 4 maajor Darood cities in Somalia & Somaliland (whether shared or divided)

are less than Hargeisa combined !

:russ: :russ: :russ:

Look at those poor kids who go to wiki and actually believe Bosasso is 700,000 or Galkacyo is 500,000
check the sources of these numbers and you'd laugh you're ss out. They use an old 70s statistics for Isaaq cities
Like Berbera or Burco, but use airport estimation for Galkacyo loooool

As I said before, that place is running by MJ's

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby AbkoowDhiblaawe » Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:44 am

Anyone noticed the rahanwein population?. Look at shabelle hoose, bay&bakool. Fuck :shock: they the real laan dheer :wow:

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Re: Somali cities by the numbers

Postby LobsterUnit » Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:51 am

but we got more camels. :up:


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