Puntland Puntland's date and fishery potential

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  1. GBTarmy

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    Puntland is rich in many resources, fish and dates are two major things the government should push for to diversify the economy. There's already some progress since the last drought that handicapped Somalia's overall economy but local farmers should be encouraged and helped.

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    When it comes to fish Puntland has the most in all of Somalia, the people should invest in it and promote eating fish. It still baffles me how people are starving while we have so much fishery.

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  4. Ape

    Ape ‘Brexit means Brexit’

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    Im from jilib and its good to see puntland looking to invest in abundant sectors of the economy. I believe petroleum engineers from the diaspora should set up oil fields with funding by the government and people. Then you will see a better somalia for everyone
     
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    which clan lives in Jilib? and I think Somalia needs to diversify its economy, the country has a lot of potentials, we should also start producing camel milk at home and look for ways the country can earn more from frankincense trade because right now we are getting scammed. Oil is risky since corruption is there but I feel you it would help a lot.
     
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    Ape ‘Brexit means Brexit’

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    Sheekhaals, daroods and a few bantus live there. Your right. Oil should be avoided for now but once we get a dictator things will start to rise
     
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    Karim Darodism works for everyone

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    That's really a positive step towards diversifying our economy but I will never eat a fish from Somalia. The big pharmaceutical companies of the world constantly dump their waste into our shores and it devastated the health of fish consumers in the country. It's a highly dangerous.
     
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  8. Abdalla

    Abdalla Medical specialist in diagnosing Majeerteentitis Prof.Dr.Eng. VIP

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    Any research done about the waste dumping in Somalia and the consequences of the marine ecosystem?
     
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  9. Yaquub

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    We need to sue them in UN courts! this kind of stuff must not be allowed to stand by the next generation of somalis.

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