Saturday, July 07, 2007

Photos of Somaliland at African Union Summit in Accra, Ghana

(Waridaad) - Somaliland in Accra, Ghana, on the Occasion of the African Union Summit 27 June to 3 July 2007

ECOWAS flag, West Africa’s regional body, the African Union flag & the flag of Somaliland, flyhigh on the occasion of the seminar on “Somaliland and the African Union in the Horn ofAfrica” at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre in Accra.
Group Photo: Some of the key participants of the Kofi Anan International PeacekeepingTraining Centre seminar. Front row, from right: Somaliland Foreign Minister Abdillahi Duale,Dr Kwesi Anning of the Kofi Annan Centre, Dr Iqbal Jhazbhay of the University of SouthAfrica, Ambassador of Portugal Mrs. Vera Fernandes.Second row from right: Acting High Commissioner of Canada to Addis Ababa Mr. David MStockwell.

From : Speakers at the Kofi Annan Centre seminar included Somaliland Foreign MinisterAbdillahi Duale, Mr. Okercheri Edusa (Chair, Foreign Affairs Committee, Parliament ofGhana), the Chair of the session Ambassador Chris Kpodo, (former Director- General of theGhanain Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and Mr. Steve Mawuenyega (Somaliland Special Envoy)

Ghanain Foreign Minister Nana Akufo-Addo and Chair of the African Union MinisterialExecutive Council in discussion with Somaliland Foreign Minister Abdillahi Duale.

The sun in Accra splendidly sets on another day of good, glorious work for the case of Somaliland. Alutua Continua!!!! May the struggle continue for justice!


Murad said...

It was a nice effort, but such an irrelevant organisation only capable of contracting on behalf of the UN and major powers is not worthy of such attention.

The AU is the only org which does not solve its own problems until an outside force intervenes to give them orders such as what is now happening in Darfur and Zoomalia.

Until these Africans learn to respect each others efforts and recognise the wrongs from rights. The AU will continue to watch awful events in its environments.

Murad, UK

Anonymous said...

I am sad to note Murad that you are so mis-informed. Sadly, you have taken-on entirely Western propaganda, which aims to dislodge the efforts of the African Union.

I am sure you are aware of what is called 'interests'. Its, in the interest of those who dont want the African Union there, to villify them, and then make the absurd claim that they are useless. Brother, its the 2nd scramble for resources in Africa. Come on the ground and see for yourself.

I say the African Union needs our support. Its a young organisation with a new ethos established in 2002. Its done well to look into the case of Somaliland.

Muhammad, Kigali