Ahmed Mohamed Mohamoud

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Ahmed Mohamed Mohamoud
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Jinsudamngel Taƴto
Ɓii-leydiyankaakuSomaliland Taƴto
InditirdeAxmed Maxamed Maxamud Taƴto
InndeAhmed Taƴto
Ɗuubi daygo1936 Taƴto
ƊofordeBurao Taƴto
Sana'ajingaɗoowo siyaasaje Taƴto
Position heldGovernor of Somaliland Taƴto
Educated atUniversity of Manchester Taƴto
Member of political partyPeace, Unity, and Development Party Taƴto
Candidacy in election2010 Somaliland presidential election Taƴto
LenyolHabr Je'lo Taƴto
DiinaSunni Islam Taƴto

Ahmed Mohamed Mohamoud Silanyo (Somaaliya: ) un gimɗo tufleeji cuɓal Somaaliya ɗannyaaɗo hitaande dowgu alif 1938 lattiɗo hooreejo leydi Somaaliya daga 2010 kowyaari 2017. O neɓɗo eɗer hukuma membaajo leydi Somaaliya, o wati ministaajo sanaa’aji ɗun jamhuriyawol Somaaliya e goɗɗe arɗule leydi: yaake de 1980s kadima o lattake ciajo ɗun ɓe lusingo leydi Somaaliya noɗɗira, Somaaliya National Movement.[1]

Mogina[taƴto | taƴto ɗaɗi wiki]

Bannikeejum margo[taƴto | taƴto ɗaɗi wiki]

Ahmed Mohamed Mahamoud Silanyo o dannyaama hitaande ɗer 1938 eɗer funacaakare gelle de Burco jotteriɗe ɗer wonaa hiide kakkilirde Biritinkeejum Somaaliya. [1] Somoore ko somoorde “Silanyo” (maana; polladi ɗer Somaaliya),[2] o yuutowi daga ɓe Adan Madobe lenyol nga ɗunɓe Habar Jeclo jabbere ɗun Isaaq nyalɗu.[3][4] Ahmed M. Mohamed o tataɓo ɗer bacci jewe-go’o wuro maɓɓe. Abbaldi maako un dottiɗo marineji, gan no waati iyaalu ɗun joodi rebi durgol yebre siryaago joɗorɗe. No feeree maako janngi jannde nasara o juldo.[5]

Jannde[taƴto | taƴto ɗaɗi wiki]

Hakkude 1946 e 1957, Mohamoud janngi e janngirde ɗer Sheekh e Amud innaare mo timmini matakiwal sakandarere.[1]

Dow o timmini, sai o lusini yari Inngila o janngoyi jannde mawɗe: daga 1958 – yari 1960, Mohamoud janngi ɗer janngirde Lanndon maare o heeɓi General Certificate of Education (GCE). Den bo janngi e janngirde Mannceesta inaare e mo heeɓi digiri ɗiɗaɓun ɓiaɗum Bachelor Degree (1960 - 1963) e fannu jawdi (1963 – 1965).[1][6]

Hemobe[taƴto | taƴto ɗaɗi wiki]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "Somaliland Election Results Released: Siilaanyo Is New President". Bridge Business Magazine. 3 August 2010. Missing or empty |url= (help)
  2. Mohamed, MOHAMED-ABDI (1992). "HISTOIRE DES CROYANCES EN SOMALIE Religions traditionnelles et religions du Livre" (PDF). Centre de Recherches d'Histoire Ancienne. p. 70. Archived (PDF) from the original on 16 September 2017.
  3. Höhne, Markus Virgil (2015). Between Somaliland and Puntland : marginalization, militarization and conflicting political vision. London. p. 90. ISBN 978-1-907431-13-5. OCLC 976483444.
  4. Lewis, I.M. (1994). Blood and Bone: The Call of Kinship in Somali Society. Red Sea Press. pp. [https://archive.org/details/bloodbonecallofk00ioan/page/211 211212. ISBN 0932415938.
  5. Legum, Colin (1989). Africa Contemporary Record: Annual Survey and Documents, Volume 20. Africa Research Limited. p. B-394. ISBN 9780841905580.
  6. Nololeed, Taariikh (January 2003). "Ahmed Silanyo: CV". Kumilye Party. Archived from the original on 26 July 2007. Retrieved 9 September 2016.