Season’s greeting with some notice

Dear colleagues, friends and partners,

daauudquruxReceive warm seasonal greeting from the entire members of the Somali Media For Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) and hope that you are doing well.

On behalf of everyone of SOMESHA, we would like to wish all our colleagues, friends, and partners a happy holiday season and a Happy New Year. We also take this opportunity to thank you for supporting our generous work and inform you to obtain on some of our stress reports in 2014.

This year 2014 is a very dangerous one with a lot of worry for Somali journalists fraternity as you cannot make different the independent journalists and the journalists working the government media outlets whether its public media stations or public private media stations like radio kulmiye, in which most of you thinking as private independent radio station including me but more things have been changed on the ground and SOMESHA plans to ensure Somali media independent and development as we are planning to circulate a very good report comprises all these issues and entitled “Risk report: giving out Somali Journalists Bloodshed and the fearful times ahead” before the end of the year.

Best regards and happy New Year as SOMESHA wishes you the next year of 2015 more progress and tangible development.

With my best wishes,                               

Daud Abdi Daud

SOMESHA, Secretary General

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