Somali Sharma’arke:Is Treachery Hereditary?
By Adv. Dr. Abdulqair Tallman firstname.lastname@example.org-(Mareeg.com)Omar Abdirashid hails from a long line of chronic traitors. His grandfather sold the Somali territory from Harar Dhere to Jarriban to the Italian colonialists.
His father, Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke, transferred the Northern Frontier District (N.F.D.) to Kenya towards the end of the sixties of last century.
He ordered his Prime Minister, Mohamed Ibrahim Egal, to pull the plug on the war for the liberation of the N.F.D
Remenber the Arusha Agreement? Just to refresh your memory, and to prove that the treason really took place, I am giving here the text of the so-called Arusha Agreement.
Please note that this Arusha Agreemeent is also know as a Memorandum
of Understanding, just like the one Omar used to transfer ownership of the Somali sea to Kenya.
Another similarity, in addition to the name, is that Ab
dirashid Ali Sharmarke used Mohamed Ibrahim Egal to sign the transfer of the N.F.D. to Kenya, while Omar Abdirashid used Abdurahman Abdishakur to sign the oil-rich Somali sea to Kenya. Both son and father use their subordinates to do the signing.
Here, one is entitled to ask: has Omar’s family a close blood relationship
with the Kikuyus? Otherwise, how come they routinely sign away chunks of Somali land and sea to Kenya?
Here below, is the 1967 Arusha Agreement, giving away the N.F.D. to Kenya by authority of Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke, who, at the time, was President of the Somali Republic.
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
The following is the text of the “Memorandum of
Understanding” signed by the President of Kenya and the
Somali Prime Minister on October 28th and witnessed by
the President of Zambia:
Desirous of consolidating the Kinshasa Declaration on
Kenya/Somalia Relations and recognizing the need to restore
normal and peaceful relations between Kenya and Somalia, the
two leaders reached agreement on the following points:
(i) Both Governments will exert all efforts and do
their utmost to create good-neighbourly relations
between Kenya and Somalia, in accordance with the OAU
(ii) The two Governments agree that the interests
of the people of Kenya and Somalia were not
served by the continuance of tension between the
(iii) They therefore reaffirm their adherence to the
declaration of the OAU conference at Kinshasa
(see above), a copy of which is attached to this
memorandum of understanding.
(iv) In order to facilitate a speedy solution to the
dispute and to ensure the maintenance of continued
stood relations, both Governments have agreed to:
(a) the maintenance of peace and security on both sides
of the border by preventing destruction of human
life and property;
(b) refrain from conducting hostile propaganda through
mass media such as radio and the press, against each
other, and encourage propaganda which promotes the
development and continuance of friendly relations
between the two countries;
(c) the gradual suspension of any emergency regulations
imposed on either side of the border;
(d) the reopening of diplomatic relations between the two
(e) the consideration of measures encouraging the develop-
ment of economic and trade relations;
(f) appoint a Working Committee consisting of Somalia,
Kenya, and Zambia, which will meet periodically to
review the implementation by Somalia and Kenya
of the points agreed in this document and also to
examine ways and means of bringing about a satisfac-
tory solution to major and minor differences between
Kenya and Somalia.
The raging successful N.F.D. war of liberation was suddenly ended fruitlessly by order of Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke – Omar’s father, who, at the time, was President of the Somali Republic.
This agreement, giving away the N.F.D. to Kenya, was also calleed a Momorandum of Understanding.
History repeats itself.
And Now, Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke, descending from a long line of traitors, has signed away to Kenya the oil-rich Somali sea.
The agreement signed by Omar Abdirashid is also called a “Memorandum of Understanding”. The Kenyans must have kept the format of the Memorandum of Understanding intact in their archives. They knew that: LIKE GRANDFATHER LIKE FATHER, and also, like father like son.
Instead of talking, before the UN, about non-issues, such as trade in a civil war atmosphere, Omar needs to come clean about the sale of the oil-rich Somali sea to Kenya:
How much did Kenya pay him? Was it in cash or kind? How much do the Kenyans still owe him?
Who acted as the middle man? etc. Where did Omar deposit the money?
The Somali people, whose sea he sold to Kenya, need answers, answers, answers. Now, Now, Now!
Finally, at the International Court of Justice, Kenya is today using the Memorandum of Understanding as her one and only argument to claim our oil-rich Somali sea.
The same Memorandum of Understanding signed by Abdirahman Abdishakur at the express order of Omar Abdirashid: