No Khalid It's Makahil. Transporter let's keep it real. There will never be a centralization of power in Somalia ever again. No Somali governmental body is ever equitable. They give kick backs to their tribe, and tend to horde money. That seems to be a constant among them all. And although the Gadabuursi don't have much political representation in Somaliland's parliament they have more influence in Somaliland than they will ever have in South Central Somalia. To say that isn't the case is a fallacious claim. All I know is what is being done in Somaliland and South Central Somalia is far from perfect, and certainly needs to change. I'm just telling you the truth. However, I must congratulate Somaliland for having peace for two-decades, and a semblance of government. Not the most efficient and equitable but it's something.
Exactly my point well said adeer in Somaliland the gadabuursi have far more rights in any where in the horn although there are some problems and they still need their fair representation in the cabinet and and civil servants and parliament the latter is voted on by the way. but i believe we will get there inshallah if we remain cool , are you reer nuur or yibril yoonis or adan yoonis,