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Somalia

Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed (Farmajo)

Date of Birth: 11/03/1962
Place of Birth: Mogadishu


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New man for the horn

They are dismayed at the prospect of replacing the Haysom with someone who they cannot count on to say boo to the government of Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' who is deviating increasingly from agreements he made with the donors...


The cost of war

The drawdown was agreed by Amisom leaders last November but Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza and Somalia's President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' have been trying to stop it ever since...


Shabaab fight in high gear

Three days after the Nairobi assault an Ethiopian military convoy came under attack near Bur Hakaba on its way to Baidoa where President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' was staying to attend the inauguration of the new South West State President Lafta Gareen (AC Vol 59 No 24 Poll fight for Farmajo)...


Mogadishu lashes out

President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo''s administration declared Haysom persona non grata on 1 January after he asked for an explanation for the arrest and detention of Mukhtar Robow Ali 'Abu Mansur' a former Al Shabaab commander by Ethiopian troops five days before he was due to stand in the presidential election in South West State one of Somalia's devolved federal member states...


A fragmentary future

Madobe is an arch enemy of President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo'...


Poll fight for Farmajo

President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' and his government experienced temporary relief on 2 December when the electoral commission supervising South West State's presidential election postponed the poll – again...


US strikes, Shabaab gains

Corruption is an intractable problem for the government of President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' because it needs funds with which to buy support from MPs and soldiers and secure its position in the federal member states where elections are taking place...


Shelter for favouritism

The case of a business manager who lost his job because he was not in the inner circle of President Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed 'Farmajo' is discouraging diaspora investors...


Money worries

Analysts see his appointment to NISA on 1 September as an attempt by President Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed 'Farmajo' and his team to improve their monitoring of their opponents and put Farmajo in a good position for a second presidential mandate...


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