EDITORIAL: Somalia’s next President: Here is our choice Somalia’s Super Sunday is finally with us. And the country expects to have a new leader in place before people head...Read more
EDITORIAL | Fahad Yasin, the erstwhile spy chief in Somalia, is a man who leaves dirt on his trail. A former journalist at Al-Jazeera Arabic, his stint as head of the National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) has been nearly criminal, if not opaque.
And now, during elections, his attempted force into Parliament has contributed to the chaos that has come to punctuate these polls. As of Saturday, he was trying to force his way back into parliament, legal, moral, or not.
The federal electoral body, FEIT, had plucked him out of the register, having found that how he was elected defeated the law and morality. And...
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