Why Farmajo's set the country back and why his relection will further drive Somalia to it's death bed?

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FARMAJO’S RE-ELECTION WILL FURTHER DRIVE SOMALIA TO THE DEATH BED

By Abdirahman Dhuxul

On 8th February 2017, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo was elected as 9th president of the federal republic of Somalia. Thousands of Somalis across the world from Somalia, Kenya’s NFD & Ethiopia’s Somali region quickly took to the streets to celebrate President Farmajo’s victory. The Somali people were yearning for a clean break with past malfeasance and a visible improvement in transparency, accountability, and good governance.

President Farmajo was seen as a Somali nationalist, and his chances of winning increased after Somalia’s arch-rival, Ethiopia, was seen to be backing the defeated president. Little did we know a few years later that we will be in a far worse condition.

Contrary to his manifestos of improved security, political stability, the revival of the economy & the war against corruption under president Farmajo Somalia is plagued by a double whammy of unbridled corruption, lack security, dictatorship, unconstitutional & well-organized propaganda ecosystem.

Dictatorship

President Farmajo is a dictator recycled & cleverly packaged as a nationalist. He is an existential danger to Somalia, deliberately sabotaging the electoral process to ensure his stay in power.

He’s stoking nationalism as a way of destroying the agreed-upon federal power structure, a dangerous path to go down in a country where a civil war lasted for decades, leading to it being declared a ‘failed state’. Through the better part of his term.

President Farmajo waged wars against the country’s independent media, political opposition, and the federal member states. He replaced three federal state leaders with his allies to control the federal state electoral board while setting his eyes on the region of Gedo, which is part of the Jubaland state, to delegitimize its leader, Ahmed Madoobe, who he sees as a threat to his reelection.

In his bid to stay in power, President Farmajo forced a unilateral, unlawful term extension scapegoating on universal suffrage afterward. President Farmajo’s Administration has been deliberately reluctant in furthering the discourse on the electoral process for the better part of his term. This reluctance has in one way or the other crippled the efforts, chances, and possibility of universal suffrage.

Security

There is a large correlation between elections and the stability of the state. In April, the president extended his mandate by two years, chaos hit the streets of the capital city. Residences have been pushed to seek refugees outside of the city, worrying about their lives, when a bottle fight broke out between the government and pro-government forces were loyal to the opposition. More than 1000 people were displaced from their homes.
In 2020, instead of using the Somalia National Army (SNA) and security funds to combat al-Shabaab, Farmaajo chose to attack Gedo for personal interest
.

US condemned the deployment of SNA
troops to Gedo. Rodney Hunter, the Political Coordinator, the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, said: “The deployment of SNA troops to a politically motivated offensive in the Gedo region of Jubaland is unacceptable and diverts resources from the agreed roadmap for security operations.”

According to Human Right Watch “In December 2018, during the run-up to regional presidential elections in Baidoa, Ethiopian force arrested Mukhtar Robow, a former Al-Shabaab leader who ran for the regional presidency, sparking protests. Security forces, notably police forces, responded with lethal force, killing at least 15 protesters and injuring many others between December 13 and 15, according to the UN.

Amnesty International documented the killing of a member of parliament and a child on December 14. Dozens were arbitrarily arrested, reportedly including children.”

Corruption

Several reports have pointed out the glaring level of corruption in Farmajo’s administration. The Auditor-General report of 2020 indicated a qualified opinion. This report goes further and provided the basis of this qualified opinion to include the non-accountability of grants. The public procurement system of Somalia is one conduit that corruption is propagated. Government officials who are close allies of Farmajo secretly allocate themselves with public tenders without proper evaluation. Although the Financial Governance Committee was put in place to control corruption in public procurement, its success stories remain undocumented.

The Central Bank of Somalia is a State agency that was established to among other things provide banking services to the government of Somalia. However, this institution lacks complete independence due to a high level of political interference. This provides a good opportunity for government officials who are Farmajo’s allies to divert government money held in oversee accounts secretly.

The 2019 report of corruption by Transparency International ranked Somalia at position 9 out of 180 in terms of corruption perceptions.

Conclusion

In a nutshell, the re-election of Farmajo will be the worst thing for Somalia, a country that is striving to recover from a decade of civil war occasioned by Barre’s dictatorial regime. The re-lection of Farmajo is like taking back Somalia to the early 1990s replicating the dictatorial regime of Barre.

Somali’s have a noble democratic obligation of making the right decision as far as Farmajo’s re-election is concerned.
The international partners including the United States (US) should come together for the rescue of Somalia. The human rights agencies, non-governmental organizations, and activists should be vocal and educate the masses in Somalia on the need to make informed democratic decisions that will bring peace and economic stability to Somalia.

Farmajo’s re-election would be equivalent to acceptance of corruption as virtue as opposed to a vice. Therefore, Somalis should make a wise decision by re-electing a leader who will serve their interests by dealing with the widespread corruption in the government.


 
He’s certainly set the country back years if not decades. The way he has politicized the SNA as his personal militia like a warlord is the biggest damage he’s done to the nation.
 

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Keep crying he will be back another four years he will be your President for life even the HAG you beg have been bought cant save you now


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President Farmaajo built an SNA that takes commands from the commander in chief, MM and their likes are just upset because they could not destroy the SNA along clan lines.

@Manafesto is calling Farmaajo a dictator because for the first time in 30 years Somalia is about to have a clear winner in this civil war.

Farmaajo controls 3 out of the 5 member states and when he comes back it will be 4/5 within 3 months. In the last 30 years no one had this much power and by 2024 it will be 5/5 member states.

Farmaajo winning is Somalia winning and an end of the civil war. farmaajo loosing and the next president will start from scratch with 0 FMS loyal to him in fact all 5 FMS will act like their own mini countries.

Farmaajo losing is what will set the country back by decades. Continuity is a must.
 

TekNiKo

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President Farmaajo built an SNA that takes commands from the commander in chief, MM and their likes are just upset because they could not destroy the SNA along clan lines.

@Manafesto is calling Farmaajo a dictator because for the first time in 30 years Somalia is about to have a clear winner in this civil war.

Farmaajo controls 3 out of the 5 member states and when he comes back it will be 4/5 within 3 months. In the last 30 years no one had this much power and by 2024 it will be 5/5 member states.

Farmaajo winning is Somalia winning and an end of the civil war. farmaajo loosing and the next president will start from scratch with 0 FMS loyal to him in fact all 5 FMS will act like their own mini countries.
This is exactly what the stealth seccessionists want, a weak divided Somalia where there meagre clan enclave holds influence above all. Remember ceebta ka dhacday waagi Hassan Sheekh, this is the nonsense they are advocating for vassal states that weaken our great nation. Ileen ceeb looma dhinto look at them May we never return to such shameful position again

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Farmaajo will feel the heat very soon, I have always wonder why are they trusting these people with power? Some people never learn from their mistakes.
 
This is exactly what the stealth seccessionists want, a weak divided Somalia where there meagre clan enclave holds influence above all. Remember ceebta ka dhacday waagi Hassan Sheekh, this is the nonsense they are advocating for vassal states that weaken our great nation. Ileen ceeb looma dhinto look at them May we never return to such shameful position again

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Even the so called "international community" Deni/Madoobe and MM use to run to against Farmaajo have recognized that Farmaajo is the only man capable of ruling Somalia.

Last one to cry "international community help me against Farmaajo" was Rooble and they told him point blank go and reach an agreement with your president.
 

TekNiKo

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Even the so called "international community" Deni/Madoobe and MM use to run to against Farmaajo have recognized that Farmaajo is the only man capable of ruling Somalia.

Last one to cry "international community help me against Farmaajo" was Rooble and they told him point blank go and reach an agreement with your president.
kkkkkk Even the white man realizes Farmaajo is the only man who can keep the zoo in check just like Maxamed Siyaad Barre AUN. Somalis must accept that he is their natural God appointed leader and they should obey him.
 

FARMAJO’S RE-ELECTION WILL FURTHER DRIVE SOMALIA TO THE DEATH BED

By Abdirahman Dhuxul

On 8th February 2017, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo was elected as 9th president of the federal republic of Somalia. Thousands of Somalis across the world from Somalia, Kenya’s NFD & Ethiopia’s Somali region quickly took to the streets to celebrate President Farmajo’s victory. The Somali people were yearning for a clean break with past malfeasance and a visible improvement in transparency, accountability, and good governance.

President Farmajo was seen as a Somali nationalist, and his chances of winning increased after Somalia’s arch-rival, Ethiopia, was seen to be backing the defeated president. Little did we know a few years later that we will be in a far worse condition.

Contrary to his manifestos of improved security, political stability, the revival of the economy & the war against corruption under president Farmajo Somalia is plagued by a double whammy of unbridled corruption, lack security, dictatorship, unconstitutional & well-organized propaganda ecosystem.

Dictatorship

President Farmajo is a dictator recycled & cleverly packaged as a nationalist. He is an existential danger to Somalia, deliberately sabotaging the electoral process to ensure his stay in power.

He’s stoking nationalism as a way of destroying the agreed-upon federal power structure, a dangerous path to go down in a country where a civil war lasted for decades, leading to it being declared a ‘failed state’. Through the better part of his term.

President Farmajo waged wars against the country’s independent media, political opposition, and the federal member states. He replaced three federal state leaders with his allies to control the federal state electoral board while setting his eyes on the region of Gedo, which is part of the Jubaland state, to delegitimize its leader, Ahmed Madoobe, who he sees as a threat to his reelection.

In his bid to stay in power, President Farmajo forced a unilateral, unlawful term extension scapegoating on universal suffrage afterward. President Farmajo’s Administration has been deliberately reluctant in furthering the discourse on the electoral process for the better part of his term. This reluctance has in one way or the other crippled the efforts, chances, and possibility of universal suffrage.

Security

There is a large correlation between elections and the stability of the state. In April, the president extended his mandate by two years, chaos hit the streets of the capital city. Residences have been pushed to seek refugees outside of the city, worrying about their lives, when a bottle fight broke out between the government and pro-government forces were loyal to the opposition. More than 1000 people were displaced from their homes.
In 2020, instead of using the Somalia National Army (SNA) and security funds to combat al-Shabaab, Farmaajo chose to attack Gedo for personal interest
.

US condemned the deployment of SNA
troops to Gedo. Rodney Hunter, the Political Coordinator, the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, said: “The deployment of SNA troops to a politically motivated offensive in the Gedo region of Jubaland is unacceptable and diverts resources from the agreed roadmap for security operations.”

According to Human Right Watch “In December 2018, during the run-up to regional presidential elections in Baidoa, Ethiopian force arrested Mukhtar Robow, a former Al-Shabaab leader who ran for the regional presidency, sparking protests. Security forces, notably police forces, responded with lethal force, killing at least 15 protesters and injuring many others between December 13 and 15, according to the UN.

Amnesty International documented the killing of a member of parliament and a child on December 14. Dozens were arbitrarily arrested, reportedly including children.”

Corruption

Several reports have pointed out the glaring level of corruption in Farmajo’s administration. The Auditor-General report of 2020 indicated a qualified opinion. This report goes further and provided the basis of this qualified opinion to include the non-accountability of grants. The public procurement system of Somalia is one conduit that corruption is propagated. Government officials who are close allies of Farmajo secretly allocate themselves with public tenders without proper evaluation. Although the Financial Governance Committee was put in place to control corruption in public procurement, its success stories remain undocumented.

The Central Bank of Somalia is a State agency that was established to among other things provide banking services to the government of Somalia. However, this institution lacks complete independence due to a high level of political interference. This provides a good opportunity for government officials who are Farmajo’s allies to divert government money held in oversee accounts secretly.

The 2019 report of corruption by Transparency International ranked Somalia at position 9 out of 180 in terms of corruption perceptions.

Conclusion

In a nutshell, the re-election of Farmajo will be the worst thing for Somalia, a country that is striving to recover from a decade of civil war occasioned by Barre’s dictatorial regime. The re-lection of Farmajo is like taking back Somalia to the early 1990s replicating the dictatorial regime of Barre.

Somali’s have a noble democratic obligation of making the right decision as far as Farmajo’s re-election is concerned.
The international partners including the United States (US) should come together for the rescue of Somalia. The human rights agencies, non-governmental organizations, and activists should be vocal and educate the masses in Somalia on the need to make informed democratic decisions that will bring peace and economic stability to Somalia.

Farmajo’s re-election would be equivalent to acceptance of corruption as virtue as opposed to a vice. Therefore, Somalis should make a wise decision by re-electing a leader who will serve their interests by dealing with the widespread corruption in the government.


Wallahi my brother you have come and spoke nothing but facts backed up by sufficient evidence. Time to expose farmaajo and his uselessness
 
kkkkkk Even the white man realizes Farmaajo is the only man who can keep the zoo in check just like Maxamed Siyaad Barre AUN. Somalis must accept that he is their natural God appointed leader and they should obey him.
Warya farmaajo can’t even properly form a sentance together to address his nation🤣 what makes you think he is our natural leader. My uncle who was a freedom fighter back in the 90s told me how men like farmaajo and his clan were begging him for mercy practically crying when the blessed militia took over in 1991. However credit must be given where it’s due and siad barre AUN was a very good leader. Not his disabled nephew however
 
Fake news. The one that made me laugh the most was the central bank one. Yeah sure let's not trust IMF and the World Bank but some random author who made big claims with no evidence.
 

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