President Ahmed Mohamed Silanyo visited the area in Berbera where the rains and storm caused property damage and injured many people. The President also visited the people at the hospital and spoke with them about the damage the Storm caused to their property and themselves. The President visited the hospital to meet with those who sustained physical injury from the Storm. Afterwards the President spoke with the media and he told the Somaliland people that his government is absolutely committed to support those who were damaged by the storm in many cities in Somaliland including Berbera. The President told the people that he gave the order to his government to help these people in any way they can. He said "We will take care of our own people and we'll spare no effort".
Somaliland has also offered assistance to Puntland region of Somalia who received far more damages from the the same rains and storm that went through the region. President Ahmed Silanyo said "we wish to help Puntland when they are in dire need as a result of damages caused by natural disaster. That is being good muslim, good Somali, and good neighbor".
Source: Somaliland National Radio.
President Ahmed Mohamed Mahmoud (Silanyo) attended a graduation ceremony of more than 415 students who graduated from the prestigious Amoud University in Awdal region. President Silanyo speaking during the Graduation ceremony told graduates that they are expected to become leaders in their communities and public services and capable of becoming fully competitive in all sectors.
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HARGEISA (Somalilandsun) – The president of Somaliland Ahmed Mahmud Silanyo during a meeting of the Somaliland National HIV/Aids Commission said "We appeal to the international community, affluent citizens in and out of the country as well as other well-wishers to support financially and materially the activities of SOLNAC' said president Silanyo