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Four Somalia Government Ministers RESIGN

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Wed May 24, 2006 2:59 pm

Four Somalia Government Ministers Resign
By Alisha Ryu
Mogadishu
24 May 2006

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In a severe blow to efforts to establish a functioning government in the Horn of Africa country of Somalia, four elected ministers, all based in the capital Mogadishu, have announced that they are quitting the government.

Mohammed Qanyare Afrah<br/>(File photo - Oct. 7, 2004)
Mohammed Qanyare Afrah
(File photo - Oct. 7, 2004)
The minister for national security in Somalia's struggling transitional national government, Mohammed Qanyare Afrah, says he and three other ministers agreed several days ago to withdraw from government, currently located in the provincial town of Baidoa, 240 kilometers west of the capital.

Wednesday was the deadline for the ministers to formally join the parliamentary body, which has the backing of the United Nations, but remains largely powerless.

Qanyare tells VOA that he is quitting his cabinet post because the government of Prime Minister Mohammed Ali Gedi and President Abdullahi Yusuf are not interested in restoring security in Mogadishu.

"They are not considering the job we are doing. Mogadishu has no security. We are working on security to fight terrorism. They are against us because they are siding with the terrorists," he said.

The other three disaffected ministers are the minister of religion, Omar Finish, the minister of the disarmament of militias, Botan Ise Alin, and the minister of trade, Muse Sudi Yalahow.

Yalahow accused transitional government leaders of being ineffective and lazy.

Yalahow says the government does not want to come to Mogadishu because it is happy doing nothing in Baidoa. He says the people of Mogadishu do not need a government that does nothing.

Yalahow, Qanyare, and their two colleagues are powerful factional leaders in the capital and senior-ranking members of the newly-formed, 11-member anti-terror group, the Alliance for the Restoration of Peace and Counter-Terrorism. The group's aim, they say, is to rid the country of Muslim extremists, who are attempting to turn Somalia into another Afghanistan.

But many Somalis say they believe the real reason why the four factional leaders are pulling out of the government is because they are angry over recent comments made by President Yusuf.

President Yusuf accused the United States of funding the anti-terror alliance, adding that Washington should be working with interim government leaders to bring stability to Somalia, not giving money to warlords to chase down terrorists.

The alliance flatly denies it is receiving U.S. help. The United States has long viewed Somalia as a potential haven for Islamic militants. But U.S. officials say the United States is not giving direct assistance to the anti-terror group.

Somalia's interim government was formed in neighboring Kenya in late 2004, but internal splits have always threatened to scuttle the 14th attempt to restore central rule to the country in 15 years.
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Postby LionHeart-112 » Wed May 24, 2006 3:02 pm

Somalia has a government? Whoa!

How come no1 knows about it.

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Postby Basra- » Wed May 24, 2006 3:08 pm

What kind of a name is Qanyare???



Can someone please find out his qabil, i will appreciate it. Smile

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Postby AbdiWahab252 » Wed May 24, 2006 3:08 pm

Lion: I have been nominated for Honorary Ambassador to Costa Rica, Honduras and Belize.

Ambassador AbdiWahab Ahmed Ali of the Somali Democratic Republic

I like the ring to that.

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Postby LionHeart-112 » Wed May 24, 2006 3:09 pm

^^And how and whose budget do u plan to use to get to these latin american contries? U do know that even the strongst Dameer can't cross the Atlantic, right?

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Postby AbdiWahab252 » Wed May 24, 2006 3:10 pm

[quote="Basra-"]What kind of a name is Qanyare???



Can someone please find out his qabil, i will appreciate it. Smile[/quote]

Basra: It sure beats being called Si.ilanyo Laughing Laughing Laughing

His qabiil is Murusade.

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Postby Sir-Luggoyo » Wed May 24, 2006 3:13 pm

[quote="Basra-"]What kind of a name is Qanyare???



Can someone please find out his qabil, i will appreciate it. Smile


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Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

His qabiil sounds more rediculous than his name,........it's called Maroorsade

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Postby Basra- » Wed May 24, 2006 3:17 pm

Abdi & Sir Luggooyo... Huuuuish thanks for your prompt reply-- i appreciate it.That name scared me. Laughing Laughing Laughing Moorsade --that qabil seem very discret compared to other Hawiya qabils--how come?? Confused

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Postby Unclebin » Wed May 24, 2006 3:18 pm

Cause they are really marehanSADE brother. MURU AND MARE WER THE SONS OF SADE.

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Postby AbdiWahab252 » Wed May 24, 2006 3:22 pm

basra, What does Caynanshe mean ? Rer Caynanshe what an odd name

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Postby xoogSADE14 » Wed May 24, 2006 3:41 pm

[quote="Unclebin"]Cause they are really marehanSADE brother. MURU AND MARE WER THE SONS OF SADE.[/quote]

awoowgaa dhakada ka was Laughing ma anaad dameero hoosta iga soo galisay maanta adoo weliba habar amxaaro ah kasoo jeeda Laughing Laughing

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Postby Unclebin » Wed May 24, 2006 3:48 pm

Didn't Mad dog claim this awhile back. Waryaa my awoowe did 40+ yrs ago. He would be over 100 today if he where alive. The other one is kicking it in hamar you HUTU Laughing

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Postby xoogSADE14 » Wed May 24, 2006 5:21 pm

unclebin

do you seriously pay attention to what the mad_bastard says Laughing Laughing

ps he said that to check camel_fukker when he came in with that tanade-xawadle crap Laughing Laughing Laughing SARCASM my dhaboyaco friend Smile

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Postby Cawar » Wed May 24, 2006 5:23 pm

AW

Are you suggesting that all Murusade clan, Abgaal clan and the rest can not find someone who is more valuable and more talented than Qanyare and Yalaxoow?? or is it that they have the arms and then the whole nation should suffer because of them???

I used to respect the Hawiye clan...well I still do...to some extent...and especially on a personall level in terms of dealing one on one with them....but they're(and have btw) costing themselves a great oppurtunity to become(and recognized for) leaders for the rest of the Somalis....what does it take for the whole clan to tell few troublesome warlords to step aside and let the rest live in peace?? whatever happened to the Islaan's, Nabadoons, Suldaans and clan leaders of Hawiye?? isnt there anybody listening to them?? what happened to the well known somali culture??

Its very unfortunate that the whole nation is paralyzed because of few warlords....and belive me or not....I would've made or said the same if it were Daaroods doing the same. Smile

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Postby Wise-Man » Wed May 24, 2006 8:00 pm

I can’t believe this, why none of you even bothered to discuss the topic rather than bashing his qabiil and others? No wonder why we have been in chaos for almost 16 years. May Allah Bless us.


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