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Ogadens Question

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Re: Ogadens Question

Postby Khalid Ali » Sat Jun 09, 2012 8:41 am

farancab yes Brother ur right gacmo wada jir bay wax ku gooayaan as for Ethiopia there is a different strategy how the ONLF and Ethiopia are dealing with each other u just need to push the right buttons when it comes to the Ethnic dynamics with in Ethiopia melez time is numbered when shit breaks out every one needs to race for addis. In 1991 wa idin seegtey ONLF wasn't organized nor was Kilinka shanaad admin organized laakin when it happens again things will fall in place. Remember today the liyo Police are all Somalis in the regions in 1991 this was not the case,there were some Somali administrators but it was a highly centralized state ethnic federalism had its own advantage.

Jubooyinka things are working out SHABAAB days are numbered Ogadens have the biggest advantage since the southern Juba region predominantly lived by them and not to forget the Kenyans want to maintain the buffer zone Ogaden elements with in the Kenyan government are supporting the state. They have the most well organized Militia in Jubaland, But u need to join forces all the Absame Militia should have one leader one entity.

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Re: Ogadens Question

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Sun Jun 10, 2012 3:00 pm

As the Honorary Ogaden, Khalid, there is a gurti working to solve the impasse but there is unanimous agreement that Kismayo will be under Absame control.


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