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Quick Note!

 I know I’ve been kind of quite recently, but I think you can guess it’s to do with the hectic schedule. We have so many programs lined up coming. Our youth4Change project has been rekindled for another year where 80 youths are to take part in a rehabilitation program in our centers.

I was also away from Mogadishu for over 2 weeks. I recently took part in a forum for youths with UNDP in Tunis, Tunisia. All countries were present and I was there for Somalia.

For now, I came back into a city that is changing very fast and growing by the day. If you had been away for only a week, you would see so many changes going around.

Our main aim is always security and if we can build that, we are going to be successful inshallah.

I’ve got 2 more trips to prepare myself for but in the middle of all that, I should have an article posted up.

Keep posted!

Mohamed Hassan (Dj)


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I cannot comprehend my reasons of not seeking any effort on updating my prize possession (for me anyways) of Moga Tribune for over a year. So much had happened with other commitments arising (and more commitments) and allowing for this blog to quietly hit the endless storage centre of Google archive. Until, that is, of having a rather intriguing discussion recently.
As I set myself out for lunch with the family at the beautiful resort of Lido Beach one afternoon, I had, from the corner of my eyes, caught two youths halfway through a discussion with a heavy usage of finger pointing. Now, three thoughts had raced upon my mind when the finger pointing had refused to back down.
I either have:
A: Family member(s). B: Social Media friend(s).
C: Unwanted trouble. (You can always expect the un-expected).
I sat down cautiously with the family while staring optimistically through my Ray Bans in order to figure out this far-away conversation while over-lining option C out of the listed expectations (t…