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The rise of the Lions of Africa #SNA #NabadiyoNolol

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The rise of the Lions of Africa #SNA #NabadiyoNolol

Postby ReturnOfMariixmaan » Sat Oct 24, 2020 11:03 pm


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Re: The rise of the Lions of Africa #SNA #NabadiyoNolol

Postby UgaaskaBarakaysan » Sun Oct 25, 2020 1:51 am

The SNA are on the right trajectory, and a lot of credit goes to the trainers at TurkSom who have been mending connections with former Ottomon allies since Erdogan has been leading. Think tanks in Turkey even comment on support to the Adal leaders like Ahmed Gurey and Emir Nur against Portuguese aid to the Habash in the 16th century as an important factor for Turkey's involvement.

All of the soldiers trained at this academy, which number up to thousands will go on to become trainers of the soldiers to come. The team of Farmaajo and Erdogan have done well.


Soon they might bring back the Lions of Africa fully. :som: :up:


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