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Somaliland big companies head to head

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Somaliland big companies head to head

Postby SuldaanOfSanaag » Sun Apr 28, 2019 5:45 pm

Here we go the list

Dahabshiil Vs transfer Galaxy
Telesom Vs Somtel
Zaad vs Edahab
Ambassador Vs Maan Soor hotels
Indho dheero Vs Omaar trading companies
Daaryeel construction Vs Najax construction

Kaah vs Faris supermarket
Talk remit vs world remit online money transfer
Ina afdinle vs ina gafane qaad and supermarket
Fair fishing vs pontus marine fishing comapnaies
Sagal jet vs asal advertising media


Bari iyo galbeed vs same travel transportation
Hctv tv vs Saab tv
Sbi beverages vs ZamZam beverage
Sompower vs Telesom electricity
Somcable vs telesom broadband


Add more comapnaies who are competitive

This companies would make it on somaliland stock exchange

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Re: Somaliland big companies head to head

Postby theyuusuf143 » Sun Apr 28, 2019 6:06 pm

In the banking sector premier is the Best , they are Miles ahead of others. I don't even take cash when I am going to the motherland. Without Galaxy I could hardly send one penny to my mother in galkacyo. Zaad is also the number one service you need in somaliland.

Those are the only companies I need. I don't drink Coke lot's of sugar, xaga caafimaad ka laygama maro. Dadku yey cabin waxas oo kale coke zero oo keliya ha cabaan markay qayilayan.

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Re: Somaliland big companies head to head

Postby AwRastaale » Sun Apr 28, 2019 10:15 pm

I don't use most of them.

I use Tawakal for remittance because family owns shares.

Daryeel is family (family has shares, home decor and furniture side, very lucrative dividends).

Family works for Najaax

I'm excited about the new Telesom hotel because it will increase my land values :mrgreen: We own heaps of land there and behind the mountains where Telesom is building big gardens. We got the lands more than 40 plots thru Isxaaq businessman and Isxaaq xildhiibano.

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Telesom bought all the hill tops and I believe they will one day ask us to sell them more land, which is behind the hotel on the way to Maygaagta.

So I am most excited about Telesom Hotel and gardens which is a joint venture with some Indians. I heard the builders are Chinese.

SomGas I know the biggest shareholder (met his family in Dubai), wa Sacad Yonis (Bohol inadeerki). Btw SomGas and Telesom are connected. I mean Telesom owns shares in SomGas.

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Re: Somaliland big companies head to head

Postby AwRastaale » Mon Apr 29, 2019 12:42 am

I'm pro-Telesom (disclaimer: biased).

This is our land but next to it Telesom owns all the hill tops and gardens are under way.

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Re: Somaliland big companies head to head

Postby Timiro1999 » Mon Apr 29, 2019 3:44 am

I don't use most of them.

I use Tawakal for remittance because family owns shares.

Daryeel is family (family has shares, home decor and furniture side, very lucrative dividends).

Family works for Najaax

I'm excited about the new Telesom hotel because it will increase my land values :mrgreen: We own heaps of land there and behind the mountains where Telesom is building big gardens. We got the lands more than 40 plots thru Isxaaq businessman and Isxaaq xildhiibano.

Image

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Telesom bought all the hill tops and I believe they will one day ask us to sell them more land, which is behind the hotel on the way to Maygaagta.

So I am most excited about Telesom Hotel and gardens which is a joint venture with some Indians. I heard the builders are Chinese.

SomGas I know the biggest shareholder (met his family in Dubai), wa Sacad Yonis (Bohol inadeerki). Btw SomGas and Telesom are connected. I mean Telesom owns shares in SomGas.


Waar Awrastaale indr warka igu boob hotel ku xagee laga dhisayaa, maygaagta tee ma ta xaga airport ka mise ta xaga biyo-xidheenka.

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Re: Somaliland big companies head to head

Postby AwRastaale » Mon Apr 29, 2019 5:48 am

I don't use most of them.

I use Tawakal for remittance because family owns shares.

Daryeel is family (family has shares, home decor and furniture side, very lucrative dividends).

Family works for Najaax

I'm excited about the new Telesom hotel because it will increase my land values :mrgreen: We own heaps of land there and behind the mountains where Telesom is building big gardens. We got the lands more than 40 plots thru Isxaaq businessman and Isxaaq xildhiibano.

Image

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Telesom bought all the hill tops and I believe they will one day ask us to sell them more land, which is behind the hotel on the way to Maygaagta.

So I am most excited about Telesom Hotel and gardens which is a joint venture with some Indians. I heard the builders are Chinese.

SomGas I know the biggest shareholder (met his family in Dubai), wa Sacad Yonis (Bohol inadeerki). Btw SomGas and Telesom are connected. I mean Telesom owns shares in SomGas.


Waar Awrastaale indr warka igu boob hotel ku xagee laga dhisayaa, maygaagta tee ma ta xaga airport ka mise ta xaga biyo-xidheenka.
Wuxu Ku yala Massalaha burta korkeda towards Mohamed Mooge. Lakin waxay kale lee yahin dhul baladhan oo ka danbeeya oo beero ka wadan. All their land is between Mohamed Mooge and Airport ma xasuusata marks Maygaagta lo socdo ee airport-ka la daba maro so ma lahaa buur yar oo kale, ila xagas bay isku baladhiiyen.

There is road from Massalaha that runs from Star to New Hargeisa and a new one called Digaale, it's between those and from the other side airport and Mohamed Mooge.



Mohamed Mooge is big neighbourhood now waxay so gashay airportki.

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Re: Somaliland big companies head to head

Postby Tycoon5647 » Sat May 04, 2019 5:12 am

Roadka buuraxa maxa geeye? Sacad Muuse don't want to go through New hargeisa that's why they are building this new road! lol fulay

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Re: Somaliland big companies head to head

Postby Nubis » Sat May 04, 2019 6:06 am

Informative topic.


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