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September 27, 2020
Editorial

HIRSHABELLE EXECUTIVE NEEDS TO RESIGN

It is common knowledge that the world is facing major calamities including wildfire, earthquake, tsunami which are still manageable but flood proved much to the concerned authorities in Beledwein, what happened in Hirshabelle particularly Beledwein is a tragedy, with the necessary flood control methods, the disaster that caused loss of life and property in Beledwein would have easily been managed as it was done even before.

 

One can say the region is entirely neglected by the successive administrations of both regional and Federal levels. Donors also neglected the region by only sending organizations that are known to be corrupted and have been accused of looting humanitarian funds, over 85 percent of the funds always go to the wrong hands.

 

Also, the successive federal governments had the propensity for sending narrow-minded, illiterate and selfish characters as administrators and to the bewilderment of local intellectuals, academia, and the region’s population no administrator lasted more than a year. The fact is whether the particular administrator is qualified and competent it would still be very hard for the person to achieve any tangible development considering that his tenure will be less than a year.

 

These ill-fated scenarios have resulted in poor or lack of public facilities in Hiran region, The once referral hospital that was serving Hiran and several neighbouring regions is today not operational for lack of maintenance, medicine, and medical staff, because of this mal-administration, the suffering of the people multiplied.

 

The forced alliance between Hiran and upper Shabelle regions by the previous federal government to form Hirshabelle state made the situation of the region even much worse. The first Hirshabelle president who happens to hail from Hiran never changed the merry-go-round situation, while the current leader made the predicament of the people even worse. To put this in a perspective, the leader of Hirshabelle appointed 6 governors over a period of 6 months.

 

 

Information that is in the public domain is that whenever any development project is initiated in the region, it encounters obstacle from the top-down leadership who asked for kickbacks before giving the project the go ahead to be implemented.

 

Beledwein airport is a good example, it is imminent construction has dragging since the warlords’ era and when the International Civil Authority who controlled Somali Aviation tried to build the airport, it was the top leadership that always ask “Maxaa iigu jira”.  That “maxaa iigu jira” is what is hampering the building of Ugaas Khalif airport of Beledwein and all development projects in the state.

 

It is unfair and unacceptable therefore, to people of the Hiran region and a disgrace to the Federal government to allow this tragedy to pass and await the next one to do the same damages; those responsible should be held accountable.

 

 

 

This magazine recommends that the entire executive Hirshabelle state to resign or forced to leave the office in order to pave way for a new and competitive administration. The federal government has to side with the people of Hirshabelle and facilitate removal of the incumbent.

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