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SOMALILAND FOOTBALL TEAM MAKES HISTORY AT THE African Cup of Nations UK 2015

SOMALILAND FOOTBALL TEAM MAKES HISTORY AT THE African Cup of Nations UK 2015

The Somaliland football team has for the first time, participated in the African Cup of Nations UK 2015. This was a great opportunity for the Somaliland UK Community and their football team to showcase their nation’s aspirations to become full member of the African organisations and their demand for the recognition of their country as independent nation.

 

20 African countries have qualified for the finals at West Ham Memorial Ground in London and Somaliland was in Group B with Nigeria, Kenya, Rwanda and Brundi. Somaliland has topped this group with 9 points from 3 wins and one loss. Brundi came second with 8 points from 2 wins and 2 draws.

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Guddida Africa Cup of Nations UK oo booqday Safaaradda Somaliland

Guddida African Nations Cup UK oo booqday Safaaradda Somaliland ee UK

Guddida qabaqaabineysa koobka kubbadda cagta Africa ee UK ayaa booqasho sharafeed ugu yimid Safiirka Somaliland ee UK mudane Cali Adan Cawale. Guddida oo sidda Cup-ka ayaa Xafiiska safaaradda soo booqday shalay khamiistii, halkaas oo ay si dirran ugu soo dhoweeyeen shaqaalaha Safaaradda iyo Safiirku.

Guddida oo uu horkacay agaasime Daniel Lutaaya ayaa safiirka u keenay casuumad ay kaga dalbadeen inuu goob joog ka ahaado munaasabadda furitaanka Cayaaraha African Cup of Nations maalinta sabtida ee bisha May tahay 30keeda.

Read more: Guddida Africa Cup of Nations UK oo booqday Safaaradda Somaliland

National Holidays

 

           Office closed for National holidays

                                                        

 

Somaliland UK Mission is closed on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th of May for Somaliland National day celebrations.

Office reopens on Wednesday 20th of May 2015

 

Thank you,

 

Somaliland Mission

UKIP supports Somaliland national day

UKIP supports Somaliland national day


Published May 18, 2015

UKIP Commonwealth Spokesman James Carver MEP has sent a message of support to Somaliland to mark their national day today, the 18th May.

 

He said, "I whole-heartedly support their cause for recognition. On Somaliland national day, what better message of hope can I offer other than my best wishes for the international recognition of Somaliland. Later today I will be speaking to senior members of Somaliland's government to personally pass on my best wishes and my support."

Also, Nigel Farage, the UKIP leader, joined Ali Aden Awale, Head of the Somaliland UK Mission today on the occasion of Somaliland's national day.

Read more: UKIP supports Somaliland national day

Speech of Amb. Ali A Awale at the University of St Andrews

Speech of Amb Ali A Awale on  the current situation in Somaliland at the University of St Andrews in Scotland

26 Feb 2015

 

Introduction

Firstly, I would like to thank Professor Mario for organizing my trip to visit this Wonderful University. It is a historic day for me as this is the first time to come to this University and talk to this wonderful audience about Somaliland’s achievements and aspirations.

Read more: Speech of Amb. Ali A Awale at the University of St Andrews

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