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Kismaayo growth under madoobe

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Kismaayo growth under madoobe

Postby Caytame » Fri Jan 24, 2020 12:41 pm



I never thought the city would look this great after magantii cayr destroyed it to the ground.

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Re: Kismaayo growth under madoobe

Postby Jimbie » Fri Jan 24, 2020 1:32 pm

It Looks like a giant slum with old molded building's with no tree's. Everything looks old like nothing has been builted since the kacaan

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Re: Kismaayo growth under madoobe

Postby Jimcaale201 » Fri Jan 24, 2020 9:03 pm

Masha Allah Sheekh Axmed is revitalising the once great city after it suffered depletion at hands of mafia outfits of various strands. Kismaayo must be protected from the corrupting hands of Farmaajo and friends.

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Re: Kismaayo growth under madoobe

Postby Xingalol » Sun Jan 26, 2020 6:07 am

almost all somali cities and towns have no town plan, no roads, no parks, when i see pictures of Bosaso , i use to feel suffocaded, it seems other cities ,towns are not better, btw kismayo use to have beautiful park before 1998, i dont know if still exists.

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Re: Kismaayo growth under madoobe

Postby sahal80 » Wed Jan 29, 2020 9:24 pm

Mashallah. Kismaayo face will change soon as dozenes of tarmac roads will be built for it with funds from the world bank. i heard Madobe have allocated all of them for Kismaayo.

Though Jowhar is the capital we r allocating for baladweyne its portion since we have the signature. speakers of Hirshabelle r from baladweyne so we convinced them to relocate the parliament in baladweyne and split the development between it and Jowhar in exchange of fair distribution so we started in all our xaafado equally with a project funded by SSF at the end the town is our town. we have different jufoos who live in jowhar so we back those from baladweyne to keep the speaker though Nabar iyo Naxdin has been working on destabilizing the state through the parliament.


"The World Bank today approved a $112 million grant to deliver prioritized infrastructure in Somalia’s cities and strengthen municipal government capacity. The Somalia Urban Resilience Project (SURP) II will support infrastructure investments in strategic cities such as Mogadishu, Garowe, Kismayo and Baidoa while also laying the groundwork for expansion to cities in the States of Galmudug and Hirshabelle to achieve national coverage."

Hope future of Kismaayo to look like this. song neecaawda Kismaayo


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