Hassan Sheikh Mohamud was declared the winner of Somalia’s Presidential election on Sunday to become the country’s new president.
Mohamud beat the incumbent Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo by 214 votes to 110 in the third round of voting, in an election that lasted several hours.
This is Mohamud’s
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on March 7 renewed its warning that funding for Somalia could be cut off if the government continues to delay elections in the troubled Horn of Africa nation.
The polls have been delayed for more than a year and the government
Six people were killed and ten others wounded in an explosion on Monday in a local restaurant in the southern part of Somalia, local security officials said.
The security officers told state-owned Somalia national television that the explosion occurred at a tea shop in Qalimow town
Different Somalia stakeholders are now proposing a
multilateral effort in promoting flow of remittances to Somalia for investment
The propositions came in the wake of a recently held Somalia
Stakeholders Session hosted by Pangea Trust, funded by the Swedish
International Development Cooperation Agency on Thursday.
Pangea Trust Managing Director Anne
President Uhuru Kenyatta has responded in a statement on the judgment made by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the maritime border row between Kenya and her neigbouring country Somalia.
The president, who is currently in the United States,
downplayed ICJ’s ruling saying that Kenya rejects
Lamu fishermen have vowed to continue plying their trade
along the rich Kiunga fishing grounds even after the International Court of Justice
(ICJ) made its ruling in favour of neighbouring Somalia.
The disputed triangular area measuring 62,000-square
kilometres, extends to parts of Mombasa and Lamu, from where Kenyan fishermen
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled in favour
of Somalia over maritime border row with Kenya.
According to ICJ, there is no evidence to show Somalia
submitted to Kenya's use of latitude and longitude to determine maritime
ICJ said that using Kenya's method would not result in
The United Nations' top court, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) is deciding today October 12, 2021 on a long-running border dispute between Somalia and Kenya.
This comes even as President Uhuru Kenyatta has maintained
that his government will not cede even an inch of its soil
Kenya has maintained ground that it won’t be
subjected to international litigation without consent in the future ahead of
the ruling by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the maritime border
dispute with Somalia.
The ICJ is expected to deliver the judgement on October 12, 2021 seven months
Kenya has maintained ground that it won’t be subjected to international litigation without consent in the future ahead of the ruling by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the maritime border dispute with Somalia.
The ICJ is expected to deliver the judgement on October 12,