Published On: Thu, Jan 29th, 2015

Letter to the President Barack Obama. By.Aniis A. Essa





Dear President Barack Obama

Thank you for your replay on January 23, 2015. Your continual support in Africa is greatly Appreciated

The humanitarian involvement in Somalia, the advancement of democracy in Southern Africa, these

Courageous chapters of United States correcting wrongs are now part of our African history.

Our situation could present a successful model for you. With a particular eye on the current U.S. political and mood of its citizens. Please consider Somaliland’s present conditions with possible solutions via passive but secondary involvement by your administration.

The Somaliland Advocacy Group represents the unrecognized Republic of Somaliland. The problems of our country, are the same major problems you are correcting for the United States. Education, Healthcare and the economy. Our infrastructure was completely destroyed by the war against Dictator President of Somalia…( Siad Barre ). Slowly, we are rebuilding, and we have created a working democracy. This reconstruction needs outside capital. We do not want U.S. Aid Loans or projects-nor are they palatable at international lending institutions to recognize it as a legal guaranteed financing. This should not be construed as diplomatic recognition request. For restoration of lives, we proposes please as the bankers to allow Somaliland to present loan applications.

A healthy Somaliland livestock industry can help Feed Africa and the Middle East. If our enormous petroleum potential proves real, our crude oil can be shipped to the United States without going through the strait of Hormuz. We stand to resolve our rebuilding problems with self-help programs and outside capital loans.

We Somalilanders defined our national borders in 1960, reflecting hundreds of years of internal identity.

By asking world bank, to invest etc. To talk to us may lead to our success. Currently, Somaliland is in a defacto investment capital blockade.


Aniis A. Essa…Head

Somaliland Advocacy Group

Washington dc..usa


About the Author

- #Arraale Mohamoud Jama is a freelance and investigative journalist, writer and human rights activist with more than 20 years of experience. He writes about a range of topics related to social issues such as human rights, politics and security. Other topics in which Mr. Arraale is interested include democracy and good governance. Mr. Arraale has written extensively on regional and international events, and has worked with Somaliland newspapers and Human rights organizations. In 2008, he established #Araweelo #News #website# Network, which he currently manages. For further information, please contact: or Send an SMS or MMS to + 252 63 442 5380 + 252 63 442 5380 /

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