Published On: Thu, Dec 10th, 2020

RIft Valley Institute writes a book on Dr. Adan Yusuf’s struggle

Araweelo News Network.


Dr Adan Yusuf Abokor, has touched many peoples’ lives in profound ways. His place in the history of Somaliland deserves to be recognized and his life celebrated. This is the opening text of a contributed to the book (For a Life of Peace and Justice) which contributed to these sentences Ms. Amina Haji Mohamud Warsame alias (Amina Milgo). She is one of the leading women in Somaliland.

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Dr. Adan Yusuf Abokor was one of the self-sacrificing fighters in the Republic of Somaliland.

The book, compiled by his tax by Mark Bradbury and Judith Gardner, was adapted from an interview with Said Mohamed Dahir as part of a study on ‘The Impact of War on Somali Men’ at the 2013 Rift Valley Institute a Prepared Rift Valley is the institution operating in East and Central Africa, which operates in and knowledge to ensure the development social, political and economic.

In book For a Life of Peace and Justice, about the life and times Dr. Adan Yusuf Abokor before he passed away in Turkey on 18 November 2020. by the Rift Valley Institute.

READ: Event Commemoration And Mourning Dr. Aden Yusuf Abokor Held In Hargeisa

Dr. Adan Yusuf Abokor was one of the self-sacrificing fighters in the Republic of Somaliland and a national funeral was held in Hargeisa on 22 November 2020.

Amina Mohamud Warsame, and others who contributed to the book about Dr. Adam his personalities and struggles in prison during the 1980s with him and other UFFO friends and the contents of the book (For a Life of Peace and Justice) read here.


For a Life of Peace and Justice

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