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alot has changed in somaliland since than , do you think it takes alot to make marked roads? i don't think it's afar region, afar region is not that developed, the only developed region in ethiopia is tigrey region and addis ababa, and that is non afar zones and we know habashis don't herd camels also not to mention afar region is a desert while this place clearly looks like waqooyi galbeed.
I noticed you find it hard to say "I'm wrong" You claimed Silaanyo was never in oodweyne when he was welcomed with a red carpet. Liqaaye showed you the pictures and you claimed you would only believe if oodweyne news covered it as they're 'reliable'. Few days later they did cover it and you were left saying "only 10 people welcomed him" The elections came and Oodweyne went to kulmiye
Now you stand here again with this picture, loooooooooool.
You are wrong on your last part, Kulmiye came second in deegmaada Oodweyne , UCID was first, but i admitted in another thread that i was wrong about UDUB coming second since they became less popular with the locals but they still scored some fine voting numbers in Oodweyne even though they came last.Back to the topic though this has nothing to do with siilaanyo or the voting.
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