Friday, September 25, 2020
Wardheer News

Like Birds of a Feather Renegades Flock Together

By Osman Hassan The one-clan secessionist enclave calling itself Somaliland has been doing its utmost to gain recognition ever since it declared secession from Somalia in May 1991 but all that hit the dust. Its patience has borne fruit for … Continued

Getting every child in the Somali Region counted

By Abdirahman Ahmed Lack of accurate and reliable population data makes policy formulation, development planning and political endeavor difficult. It is must for any nations of the world to have clear-cut information about its population without which sustainable and holistic … Continued

Become News Literate

By Mohamed Abdi Nowadays people consume news as much as they consume other basic necessities of life, but they have to be news literate or else they run the risk of subsisting on fake news. What is news literacy, then? … Continued

Faisal Roble: Climbing the Ladder of Success

By Adan Makina Faisal Roble has been a friend and a brother for a long time, and since then our common interests and feelings of confidence continued to blossom non-stop. Our passion for writing made us strong philosophical and ideological … Continued

When The Drums Beat – Buraanbur

By Yasmeen Maxamuud Somali women are truly magical. They are resilient, bouncing back time and again while defying adversity and showing us the true meaning of uplifting society by the bootstrap, and we always knew that, they transcend pain, and … Continued

Dusamareeb 3 and The Betrayal of Comrades

By Faisal A. Roble How did the momentum of Dusamareeb was lost? Who lost it? Those questions are not that difficult to answer. Somalis collectively and invariably praised Galmudug’s role in hosting the preceding Dusamareeb1&2 proceedings. Accordingly, a real political … Continued