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Aqoonyahana Soomaaliyeed oo warqad ay uga soo horjeedan “Kampala Accord” u diray UN.

H. E. Ban Ki Moon
United Nations Secretary General
760 United Nations Plaza
New York, 10017, USA
Fax: 212 963-7055
 
 
RE:  THE KAMPALA ACCORD
 
Your Excellency,
 
We, the undersigned members of Concerned Somalis in the Diaspora and inside Somalia, are deeply troubled by the never-ending political quagmires of our country which are often perpetuated and prolonged by unscrupulous “leaders” without vision and popular legitimacy. We expected the mediation efforts by your Representative and the President of Uganda will resolve the disagreement between the leaders of the Transitional Federal Institutions in manner consistent with the interests of the Somali people. Unfortunately, the President and the Speaker chose to put their self-interest before the interest of their people and nation. In this context, the substance of the recent Kampala Accord signed by the President of Somalia Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed and the Speaker of the Parliament Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aden, under the auspices of President Yoweri K. Museveni, and your Special Representative Ambassador Augustine P. Mahiga, is seen by all Somalis as consistent with the failed past strategies of the International Community vis-à-vis the search for a solution to Somalia’s prolonged civil and political debacle.
 
Your Excellency,
 
While the Somali people appreciate and support your efforts to resolve our country’s two decades long political and humanitarian crises, the Kampala Accord undermines the political and the constitutional framework you helped establish and breaches our national sovereignty. Rather than ending the prevailing political impasse of the Somali political “leaders” in positive manner, the Agreement legitimizes the very dysfunctional and counter-productive culture that created the problem. Instead of offering principled vision for the future beyond the transition period, the Agreement undermines the institutions that it aims to protect while empowering the very same “leaders” that have failed to complete the priority tasks of the Transitional Federal Charter, the Djibouti Agreement, and the countless recommendations put forward by the International Community. 
 
Your Excellency,
 
One of the principle factors that perpetuated the Somali crises for more than two decades is lack of respect for the legitimate aspirations of the Somali people. In this regard and with respect to the substance of this Accord, the Somali people, both inside and outside the country, have spoken in unison against this Accord as illustrated by the ongoing demonstrations in Mogadishu and throughout the world. The International Community is, therefore, duty-bound to listen to these voices and to empower/assist the Somali people in determining Somali-owned solutions to the current political impasses and to find a forward-looking long term solutions and strategies supported by Somalis. 
 
We, the undersigned members of Concerned Somalis in the Diaspora with roots across Somalia, including activists, educators, intellectuals, and professionals request from the UN General Assembly, the UN Security Council, and the International Community to:
 
·    Reject the Kampala Accord entirely as it undermines Transitional Federal Institutions and infringes Somalia’s sovereignty. 
·    Assist the Somali people in “owning” the necessary solutions to our country’s protracted conflict and to respect the spirit of our self-determination and the sovereignty of our country.
·    Send a Fact-Finding Mission, headed by neutral observers, to Mogadishu to assess and report to you the consequences of the Accord if implemented as is and the reaction and desires of the Somali people.
 
Sincerely,
 
List of Signatures:
1.        Abdirizak O. Mohamed, Ontario, Canada
2.        Eng. Mahmoud Dahir, Virginia, USA
3.        Ibrahim Iman Boston, USA
4.        Eng. Ali Omar, North Carolina, USA
5.        Dr. Abdiwahab Tarey, California, USA
6.        Dr. Bashir Ali, North Carolina, USA
7.        Sadia Ali Aden, Falls Church, VA
8.        Dr. Abdi Mohamed Ulusso, “Black”
9.        Dr. Abdi Greek, London, UK
10.     Mohamoud Ali Gaildon, Pennsylvania, USA
11.     Dr. Abdullahi Iid Farah, Columbus, Ohio, USA
12.     Dr. Mohamed Abdi Arusha, Turin, Italy
13.     Ali Omar Ghedi (Ali Garabey), Member of Somali Parliament, Mogadishu – Somalia
14.     Adde Hassan Ali Gabow, Farmer Governor of Banadir, Minneapolis, USA
15.     Jafar Osman Matan  Hoggaamiyaha Besha Jareer weyn, Ohio USA
16.     Kornel Abdulahi Ali Maow, North Carolina, USA
17.     Prof. Hassan Mohamud (X. Jaamici), MN, USA
18.     Nur Bahal, Ontario, Canada.
19.     Mahdi Warsama, Ohio, USA
20.     Hussein Darwish, Virginia, USA
21.     Eng. Mohamud Ali Mohamed, London UK
22.     Jibril Mohamed, Ohio, USA
23.     Farhia Nur, Virginia, USA
24.     Prof. Liban Egal, Virginia, USA
25.     Ali-nur Hussein Bodaye, Ontario, Canada 
26.     Abdi Robleh, North Carolina, USA
27.     Abukar Sanei, Ohio, USA
28.     Abdirasaq Hashi, Indiana, USA
29.     Nour Omar, Texas, USA
30.     Ahmed Mohamed (Ahmed Global), Ohio, USA
31.     Hussein Abdikarim, North Carolina, USA
32.     Abdirashid Gayre, Michigan, USA
33.     Abdikarim M. Ali, Boston, USA
34.     Mohamud Uluso, Michigan, USA
35.     Abdullahi Ali Mohamed (Xoogsade), Malaysia
36.     Abdulkadir Yalahow Hirabe, Tennessee, USA
37.     Abdirahman Ahmed (Abdirahman Yare) Columbus, Ohio
38.     Fanah Adam.  Mankato, MN
39.     Mohamed Ali Kamole, Connecticut, USA
40.     Mohamed Abdulahi Gabayre, Georgia, USA
41.     Dr. Mire Ali Siad Ohio, USA
42.     Abdulkader Ahmed Ulusow, Maryland, USA
43.     Bashi Jibril, Ontario, Canada
44.     Ali Mohamud Sheikhow, Abu-Dhabi, UAE
45.     Kornel Abdinasir Mohamud Indhqarshe, Washington, USA
46.     Abdiasis Ahmed Mahdi, Tennessee, USA
47.     Liban Abukar Malin, California, USA
48.     Huriye Dahir Diriye, Arizona, USA
49.     Saida M Mohamed, North Carolina, USA.
50.     Aden abdulle howle, British columbia, Canada
51.     Avv. Hassan Mohamed Omar, Sweden
52.     Dr. Ali Ahmed Hirabe, Sweden
53.     Eng. Abdulkader Yusuf Guled, Sweden
54.     Abdirahman A. Siad, Ontario, Canada
55.     Ilyas hayuke, Seattle, Washington USA
56.     Abdi Dirshe, Ontario, Canada
57.     Faduma Awow Mohamed Ontario, Canada
58.     Mohamed Ali Aden Ontario, Canada
59.     Abdulkani Rage Barrow, Ottawa, Canada
60.     Amira Adawe, Minneapolis, USA
61.     Suad D. Hassan, Washington USA
62.     Dr. Ali Tifow London, UK
63.     Shamsa Hassan, Ontario, Canada  
64.     Ali Said Haji Aliyow, Melbourne – Australia
65.     Said Hussein Shidaad, Columbus, Ohio.
66.     Mumin Barre, Maryland, USA
67.     Abdurhaman Hosh Jibril, Ontario, Canada
68.     Rashed Gulaid, Illinois, USA
69.     Zainab Mohamed Hassan, MN, USA
70.     Abdikhayr Soofe, Ohio, USA
71.     Fowsia Abdulkadir, Canada
72.     Hassan Mohamed Ali, Albert, Canada
73.     Hassan Warsame, Virginia, USA 
74.     Mohamed Ali, Washington DC, USA
75.     Mustafa Yasin Salwe Ohio,USA
76.     Hanad Hassan – Doha Qatar
77.     Layla Ahmed, Ontario, Canada
78.     Hodan Yusuf, Ontario, Canada
79.     Khadija Abdullahi Dalays Ontario, Canada
80.     Abdirashid Ugaas Ciise Ugaas Abdulle
81.     Ismail Gaffow  Ontario, Canada
82.     Abbas God, Ontario, Canada
83.     Mohamud Ahmed Awil,   Copenhagen, Denmark
84.     Saleban Abdi Dahir, Coppenhegan, Denmark
85.     Abdiaziz Musse Farah, London, England
86.     Mahad Yusuf Mohamed, U.A.E
87.     Abdi Hashi Seed, (Abdi Yare), Ontario, Canada
88.     Abdirashid Yusuf Warsame, Ontario, Canada
89.     Said Shidaad, Columbus, Ohio USA
90.     Wila Nur, Ontario, Canada
91.     Yusuf A. Kheyre, Virginia, USA
92.     Prof. Yusuf Ahmed Nur, Indian, USA
93.     Ibrahim Sheikh Ahmed, Virginia, USA
94.     Haji Ahmed Moalim Ibrahim, Ohio, USA
95.     Dr. Hassan Mohamed Sabriye, North Carolina, USA
96.     Khadra Mohamed, MSW (SOWAC), Ohio USA
97.     Abdia Sheikh Ahmed, Virginia, USA
98.     Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud Warsheikh  SWEDEN
99.     Abdullahi Hussein Omar DANMARK
100.  Khalif Abdi Omar, Beijing, China
101.  Omar Ashirow Abdi, Nairobi, Kenya
102.  Eng. Abdi Ashur Hassan, Denmark
103.  Abdi Abdulle Mumin, Pakistan
104.  Abdi Dahir Moalim Yusuf, Minnesota, USA
105.  Abdirahim Ibrahim Sheikh, Columbus, Ohio, USA
106.  Mohamed Farah Moalim “Goomaay” Nairobi, Kenya
107.  Abdullahi Ibraahim Nuuni, Dubai, UAE
108.  Geedi Amiir Abdi, Holland
109.  Abdullahi Abdi Aymoy, London, UK
110.  Haliimo Sheikh Osman Mohamed, Turin, Italy
111.  Eng. Abdulkadir Mohamed Hussein Amin, San Jose, CA
112.  Dr. Mohamed Hassan Diiriye, Columbus, Ohio, USA
113.  Hassan Osman “Baasto” , Columbus, Ohio, USA
114.  Dr. Mohamed Hassan Nuur, Columbus, Ohio, USA
115.  Eng. Abdifatah Ibrahim Sheikh, Columbus, Ohio, USA
116.  Fadumo Ahmed Moalim, Columbus, Ohio, USA
117.  Nuura Ahmed Ibraahim, Columbus, Ohio, USA
118.  Ibrahim Dacar Sheekeeye, Columbus, Ohio, USA
119.  Mohamed Ahmed Haaruun, Virginia, USA
120.  Khalif Ahmed Ali Ulusow, Minneapolis, MN, USA
121.  Col. Mohamed Ashur Hassan, Austin, TX, USA
122.  Dr. Saida Ahmed, Edmonton Alberta
123.  Abdibashi Haji Ahmed Wehelie, Maryland, USA
124.  Yusuf Mohamed Ali Samantar, New York, USA
125.  Mohamed Abdullahi egal “Kaxdege” , Ohio USA
126.  Ahmed Osman  Gurhan, Ohio USA
127.  Suldan Haydar  Munye  ‘Tunni” , Ohio USA
128.  Ahmed Cusman Gurxan musecawl, Ohio USA
129.  Ahmed Hosh Ashkir, Ohio USA
130.  Sheekh aweys  abukar maxaad, Ohio USA
131.  Abdulqadir Ali Abdi “Xuurka” , Ohio USA
132.  Abdi Aden Geeseey, Ohio USA
133.  Abdullahi   faracadde, Ohio USA
134.  Abdi nur aden “Daljir” , Ohio USA
135.  Abdikarim Mohamed Hadde, Ohio USA
136.  Abdi Aziz Barre Jama, Ohio USA
137.  Hassan Jilicoow Maslax, Ohio USA
138.  Jibril Hersi, Ohio USA
139.  Mohamad Farah Hersi, Ohio USA
140.  Abdi abdulle warsame, Ohio USA
141.  Mohamed Ugas Hersi, Ohio USA
142.  Omar Abdullaahi Aden, Ohio, USA
143.  Omer Jama Ofleh, Texas, USA
144.  Mohamed Abubucar (Alfa), Virginia, USA
145.  Mariam O. Said, Virginia, USA
146.  Basra Aden Salaad, Virginia, USA
147.  Habiba Aden Arale, Virginia, USA
148.  Hawa Yusuf Warsame, Virginia, USA
149.  Eng. Abdulkader Amin, California, USA
150.  Markabo Ali Virginia, USA
151.  Lul Ugas Virginia, USA
152.  Mohamed Huubse, Ohio, USA
153.   Issa Gure Ali “Cumde”, Ohio, USA
154.  Liban H Nur, Ohio, USA
155.  Mohamed Musse Makaran, Ohio, USA
156.  Dek Dirie, Grande Prarie, AB, Canada
157.  Dr Mohamed Ahmed  Tenis Toronto Ontario
158.  Sharmake Abdi Hollys Springs NC
159.  Nimca Ali Yassin (VA – USA)

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  1. JJ says:

    Somalis must be realistic about the situation of the Country and its politics if they really would like to see it stable and safe.

    Honestly speaking Somalis are the only responsible about their continues self inflicting wounds because of their total denials of the truth, and because of their conceptions that Somalia can live without the rule of Law and consequently without Government.

    If we try to answer this simple question ” Why most Somalis don’t support efforts to restore peace, law and order in Somalia ? following are the real answers:

    1) Because law & order will definitely contrast against their dirty business which is what they benefit from the lawlessness ( Just look at their illegal business in Dubai, Kenya, S/Africa , Ethiopia and so on), the money laundering, piracy income, and many other illegal gains.

    2) Because of their lack of trust between Warlords and their supporters from their own Clans, and because of their cooperation with the International Mafia Organizations that led to the contracts of Dumping in their own coast Hazardous Nuclear waste, Human trafficking and so on.

    3) And finally because of their misunderstandings about all civilized rules of Law, religion and humanly behavior, which leads them to oppose all kinds of solution aimed at ending the devastating situation in Somalia a Country that is destroyed by themselves , cleansed its unarmed and innocent people, deforested and looted from A-Z.

    We oppose this letter of appeal to The UN Secretary General because of its illusive and unfounded nature, and support Dr Mahiga’s efforts to solve Somalia problems for Good, and also pin point that it will create a new Jurisprudence if The Kampala accord is rejected by individuals that are at the diaspora.

    If Kampala Agreement is not implemented for sure all other options will be also criticized by War Business Lords and their cooperators at The Diaspora.

    We firmly oppose any action directed to amend or review The Kampala Agreement and would request Mr Ban Ki Moon The UN Secretary General to abide to the Agreement, and implement it as it is.

  2. wadani says:

    somaliya waxeey u baahantahay badbaadin maanta aan joogno xoriyadii iyo qaranimadii wadanku waxeey gacanta u gashay jaahiliin DABODHILIFYO U AH ETHIOPIA OO MALAS AYAA GARWADEEN KA AH HADABA HADII MAALINWALBA SOMALIYA AY ISKU SOO TAAGAYAAN MADAXTINIMADEEDA DAD AAN SIYAASAD IYO QIBRAD HOGAAMINEED LAHEEN SIDA HADA KUWA DUULAANKA KU AH DAWLADII AQOOYAHANIINTA SOMALIYEED LAYIMAADEEN EE RAJADA UMADA SOO CELISAY MAXAA LAGA YEELAYAA ILEEN JAAHIL AAN WAX QORIN WAXNA AQRIYIN OO QABIIL SALKA KU HAYA LOOMA AFDUUBNAAN KAREE WAA INDADKU WADAAN KACDOONKA GURMAD AQOONYAHANIINA AYAA MEELWABA KA SOO SOCDEE HANA LATAGERO FFARMAAJO OO AH ASTAANTA U TAAGAN WADANINIMO DHABA WAAYO WAA UU DIIDAY IN UU LAALUUSH KU QAATO AASIDA QARANIMADA DADKA IYO DALKA SIDAAS AYAANA LOOGA HORYIMID SHACABKUNA WAA KU FAHMEEN WAYNA KECEEN IYGOO AAN CIDNA ABAABULIN AANA ISOGEEN HALMAR YEEY YIRAAHDEEN FARMAAJO FARMAAJO WAAYO WAA DHIBANAYAAL WADANIYA KULIGOOD HADANA SAY NO MORE JAAHILIN IYO DABA DHILIF,.TAAGEERA DAWLADA WADANIGA AH EE JIRTA IYADAAN QARANIMO KU GAAREENAAYE WAANA LAHUBAA TAAA ..