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National Interest Before Personal One.


The parallel government is to blame in this particular area of economic
disaster in our country;

1- Chasing Mr. Boreh out of the country created an atmosphere of fear for the Middle Eastern investors, Boreh’s absence were felt in Djibouti and beyond as the IMF report indicates.

2- The former manager of investment bureau and current minister in charge of Djibouti Ports is the son-in-law of Odette De …… Mr. Bahdon’s record and credential isn’t something to be proud off, instead of getting him demoted he was promoted by his mother-in-law.

3- The port activity is getting stiff competition from Barbara Port of the self-declared Somaliland thanks to Ahmed Osman Guelleh- Arrab. Ahmed Osman not only increases his operation of the Barbara port but, he also deliberately paralyzes the Djibouti Port operation.

According to the IMF “The authorities and IMF staff agreed that economic growth in 2010 will likely slow marginally from 2009 due to a downward revision of foreign direct investment levels but will remain strong on the back of port activity. For 2011, growth should improve as foreign direct investments rebound. Inflation will likely remain low despite rising international prices. However, poverty continues to remain a challenge.”

Well who to blame the misery of the majority Djiboutian is obvious, for how long this can go on is up to those of us who have feeling…….

Peace & Justice for all

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About labo22

Hi, this is Labaale your average concerned citizen of Horn of Africa, we’re really worried about the stability of this war torn region, we have the worst dictators from around the world, ironically supported by the Western Countries supposedly the advocators of democracy, transparency, good governance and human Right, If regime change is really needed this is the place to start, we have no short of rootless dictators from MELES Zenawi of Ethiopia,ISMAIL Guelleh of Djibouti,RAYAALE Kahin of self-declared Somaliland and ISAIAS Afwerk of Eritrea.

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One thought on “National Interest Before Personal One.

  1. I truly loved this brilliant article. Please continue this awesome work. Regards, Duyq.

    Posted by books online | September 19, 2010, 5:24 am

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