Monday, September 20, 2021
Wardheer News

Somalia: How Farmajo Fragmented his Fragile State

WardheerNews Editorial  The sweltering March heat of Mogadishu, Somalia’s torn city, is often unbearable to the average citizen.  Even so, one cannot notice the virtually stagnated and politically destabilized fragile state, and nothing short of helter-skelter characterizes this city of over … Continued

Somaliland: An Exemplary Exercise in Democratic Election

WardheerNews editorial Somaliland has once again proved that it has what it takes to showcase democratic election of one-man one vote. This time, it did it with a class. On November 13, 2017, the breakaway state of Somaliland embarked on … Continued


WardheerNews Editorial When a tragedy befalls a nation, the fear and devastation cause the nation to bond together and become one with a course of action. It’s the time where good leaders lead the way out of the devastation to … Continued


By WardheerNews Editorial “In it are Signs Manifest; (for example), the Station of Abraham; whoever enters it attains security; Pilgrimage thereto is a duty men owe to Allah,- those who can afford the journey; but if any deny faith, Allah … Continued

Two cornerstone issues for the new government of Somalia

WardheerNews commentary Most Somalis agree on the need for establishing peace, security, creation of a strong national security and a government made up of competent and qualified people. These were also the promises made by Mohamed Farmajo in his presidential … Continued

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Somali Politics

WardheerNews Editorial Wishing to do away with unflattering past history comes with price Unless you are not Somali and not at all interested in the Affairs of this tumultuous small nation of 12 million, you are aware the trending topic … Continued

Presidential election: Uncertain future for the incumbent

WardheerNews Editorial The 2017 Presidential election in Somalia could stay true to the sweeping trend that the rest of the world has witnessed – the wind of anti-incumbency.  Somalia and its nascent parliament could easily reject Hassan Sheikh Mahmoud and … Continued

WDN Persons of the year 2016: Hassan Abukar and Faisal Roble

 By WardheerNews WardheerNews recognizes Hassan Abukar and Faisal Roble as their persons of the year.  Although Hassan and Faisal hail from different regions, they have a common bond through their writings for the love of country in this climate where … Continued

Professor Enow: A Unique Voice in Somali History

WardheerNews editorial The death of Professor Omar Enow, on December 2, 2016, is a major loss for Somalia and for the often overlooked Somali-Bantu history, in particular. Not only was he the voice of the voiceless, but also a tireless … Continued


WardheerNews Editorial “Mr. President, you have been in office for four years, have you succeeded in securing Mogadishu? My second question is: Regarding the children in the camps (Internally Displaced People), do they have Dugsi (Qur’an schools), regular schools, and … Continued