Community recovery onset appears on Somalia

 The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) delighted to engage the tangible ongoing community moral recovery movements going on Mogadishu, the capital city of Somalia by the Center for Research and Dialogue (CRD).

 Gradually, 21 years later the Somalia fun and arts community did a well prepared with patriotism drama at the National Theater of Somalia in Mogadishu on March 19, 2012 with the help of the Center for Research and Dialogue (CRD).

At least, 800 people from different districts with different villages in Mogadishu and its surrounded livelihoods as well as small number of Somali diasporas community  were participated that amazing event including members of Somalia parliamentarians and ministers together with the president and prime minster of Somalia.

Both the president and the prime minster addressed the event participants and requested the entire Somali Diaspora to come back their motherland and join the peace movement still going on the country as well as its reconstruction.

The Secretary General of SOMESHA Mr. Daud Abdi Daud thanked the chief director of the Center for Research and Dialogue honorable Jabril Ibrahim Abdulle for his tireless efforts and creativity for the organizing such this timely event.

The managing director of the theater Mr. Abdiduh Yusuf Hassan was officially announced the re-opening of the theater yesterday after 21 years of violence and civil unrest. Somalia president his excellence Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed declared national fundraising to rebuild the theater soon before the next drama.

All, the event was also live through the world by the National Somali television and the privately owned Universal TV  the Somali songsters made a tremendous entertainment during the event, which was definitely attracted the whole participants and most of them reminded what they have lost so far. This event comes after when Somalis strive for lasting peace after decades of conflict.

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