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shifting alliances: sakiin-gaas vs dalxiis-farmaajo

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shifting alliances: sakiin-gaas vs dalxiis-farmaajo

Postby sahal80 » Sun Aug 19, 2012 10:54 pm

Shaykh sharif hasn't secured enough votes in the new xildhibaan list as he was planning,farmajo has less votes on the other hand sakiin has the most votes, gaas has secured more votes than farmaajo. Now sakiin and gaas are negotiating on the pm and the speaker jobs and sharif has contacted with farmaajo to form a common front.
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Re: shifting alliances: sakiin-gaas vs dalxiis-farmaajo

Postby zingii » Sun Aug 19, 2012 11:38 pm

where are you getting this mambo jambo breh?

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Re: shifting alliances: sakiin-gaas vs dalxiis-farmaajo

Postby Shirib » Sun Aug 19, 2012 11:45 pm

Im hearing similar things.

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Re: shifting alliances: sakiin-gaas vs dalxiis-farmaajo

Postby zingii » Mon Aug 20, 2012 12:07 am

If Shariif Hassan wins, i must say, i'll have new respect for him.

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Re: shifting alliances: sakiin-gaas vs dalxiis-farmaajo

Postby sahal80 » Mon Aug 20, 2012 12:32 am

where are you getting this mambo jambo breh?
Perfect order was also asking me this. In the news there are many sources, some have no links or has secret links. This is the system that america and they UN have played for us, they want to get rid of the tfg and place the original tribaldom its place so their gudiga farsamada will pick them mps who should vote for the american backed uncorrupted new faces but the tfg has bought the tribal chiefs through the local ministers and the presidents of maamulgoboleeds. So in this corrupted system the tfg is back unless they suspend the elections and check evry mps relationships. For now sharif sakin has most votes, his men have gone through, shaykh sharif have lost some and so on.
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Re: shifting alliances: sakiin-gaas vs dalxiis-farmaajo

Postby zingii » Mon Aug 20, 2012 1:34 am

Jambalka sakiin tuuray caadi ma'ahan.

Nin mudulood ah ayuu usoo sharaxay xilka gudoomiye ee baarlamaanka (si uu shiikh shariif tartanka uga haro). :lol:


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