The Chairman of ASOJ sends message to Somali Journalists in Nairobi.

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    The Chairman of ASOJ sends message to Somali Journalists in Nairobi.

    Breda 08 Setember 2009

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Breda 08 Setember 2009



Dahir Abdulle Alasow the Chairman of the Associated Somali Journalists, has urged the Somali journalists in the Kenyan capital Nairobi to solidarity support the justice, and emancipate themselves from those who are meriting from their rights, and using it as an NGO.

 
“I am advising my fellow journalists that it is taboo, to eat carcass even if you are more than hungry, and you have been cheated several times before, and the opportunity is here before you, please make use out of this golden opportunity and elect the impartial leader, and if you do so I am sure that you will be having reputable name, and dump the names of the two men who are opportunists, and working for the interest of the Somali Journalists” said Dahir Abdulle Alasow the Chairman of the Associated Somali Journalists. 


The Chairman of ASOJ has also added that the candidate Mohamed Sidii is a moderate Journalist who is worth be elected as the leader 
"Sahra keef,Laylo Sheikh Adan,Canab Cabdi Ahmed, Sahra Ahmed, Muna Hassan Hussein, Maryan Zeylaci, Adan Kismaayo, Aweys Fodey, Sunni Said Saleh, Fuad Mohamed Elmi, Daud Abdi Da'ud, Said Baffo, Hassan Baaffo, Sunni Said Saleh, Hassan Ali Gesey, Shidane Daban, Abdulkadir Dulyar, Ahmed Isse Qulaan, Abdi Sitar Dahir Sebriye, Ismael Shaketi, Mursal Quule, Ishmael Buur, receive my warm message via the media all of you, my fellow colleagues, I have total confidence in all of you because I all know your personalities, I am advising you to unanimously elect Mohamed Sidi, because we have to leave everything for the sake of the general interest of the Somali Journalists, and abandon the ideology of saying who is in our line of policy, we have to carryout a step which is worthy to be copied” added the Chairman of the Associated Somali Journalists (ASOJ) 

The Associated Somali Journalists has strongly urged the international community, and the international agencies which are concerning about the issues of Journalists not turn their eyes from the Somali Journalists, who are facing great humanity problem in the Some African countries such as Kenya, Uganda, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Somaliland. 

The Chairman has also appealed from the Somali traders, in the Horn of Africa to help these Somali Journalists who desperate in their respective places. 

“The Somali business tycoons who are merely watching the Somali journalists who are helpless in their place should standup and help these Somali Journalists, because they are the advocates of the Somali people and a symbol of the nation, so thus it is disgrace upon you if they die of starvation in you places where you ran big businesses or ejected from the houses they live in because of not clearing house rents” said Dahir Alasow the Chairman of the Association of Somali Journalists 

The Chairman of ASOJ has sent thanks to the Somali business people in the Djiboutian Capital Djibouti for their courageous step of giving monthly payment to the 6 Somali journalists who are in the Djibouti. 

On the other hand the Chairman has congratulated the Somali Journalists who are working in the two Jubbah regions and Gedo and praised them for abstaining help from anybody however the time is challenging against, and still determined in serving the Somali people. 

“Making use out of this opportunity I am telling my fellow Journalists in the two Jubbah regions and Gedo that you will soon harvest the fruits you sowed, explicitly speaking I am aware of the death of my fellow Journalists, and who was behind their killings too, eventually I am saying that they are the winners in front of the Almighty God in there hereafter, may their souls rest in eternal peace. 

By Mohamed Osman Sheekh
Rotterdam-Holland



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