1. Everything you brought is irrelevant.
2. The discussion about Hiiraan formation is a Somali national issue.
3. I don't even recognize any attempts to "tribally own" this discussion.
4.As such, if you will respond, respond on the merits not sentimental tribalism.
5. Finally, understand
what you want to respond to before responding.
You ask the question why am I bringing this up in a conversation about the "original regions of 1960" when you yourself have brought that Hiiraan was originally part of Mudugh?
If you understood my point, you would not ask that question.
Starting at 1960 is like stealing from a bank and when one is outside the bank after money is taken----then saying "START NOW" as the benchmark to judge who legally owns whatever money is in their hands
Well what about 5 minutes before when you took that money from the bank?
"Oh it doesn't matter, the countdown started now."
The question about the formation of Hiiraan in terms of legality and nepotism is widely agreed upon.... So this point about "1960 regions" is entirely illegitimate.
And it is only one of the major problems with the 1960 regions.
It doesn't even reflect the completely contextual move that separated original Jubbaland.
I don't know what you mean about Gedo was controlled by Baidoa, but the administrative mistake the Italians made resulted in ONLY MAREHAN being the clan to win representation under their own name even under colonialism.
85% of present day Gedo was under the district of "Lugh Ferrandi"
So yes, in "name" Gedo was administratively under Alto Giuba, but Lugh Ferrandi's political outcomes ALWAYS REFLECTED THE MISTAKE ORIGINALLY MADE through its sheer autonomous independence.
It was never controlled structurally, even the Residents named to Lugh Ferrandi were Marehan.
This is another example of how "1960" as the bench mark is akin to historical ignorance/robbery when even in 1956 those regions were actually unreflective of reality.