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They say that those who don’t remember their past mistakes are condemned to repeat them. In Somalia, no lessons learnt from decades of mayhem ending up in state failure and hundreds of thousands of citizens perished. And now, with decimating Coronavirus, severe drought, and today’s state coup through already dissolved and illegitimate parlianent, the little hope people of Somalia had had in consolidating the modest gains of the last decade is slipping away before their eyes. Tin-pot dictator, Farmajo, has also been able to squander the generous help from the world community in reviving the failed State. It is a tragedy that continues unabated and risks existential threat this time around. This is a fragile country infested with tribal divisions. That is why Somali State had failed in 1991 because of one dictator. Somalia could disappear this time around because of one man dictator-to-be. Could it be saved this time around? Have your say.

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