Furthermore, we will remind Somaliland that the UK has welcomed closed to fifty thousand Somalilanders and made them British citizens, if this is how Somaliland is going to return the favor then maybe government of Somaliland should take a course in public relation because it doesn’t have the faintest of ideas as to how it should keep current friends let alone make new ones.
Finally we know where Mr. Drysdale figure in the history of Somaliland and how he was the first Englishman to have set up a school where he was teaching the Somali language to British expatriates, not to mention that he played a crucial role in the setup of the current Somaliland constitution by hiring legal expert consultant, not to mention that he had lived in the Somaliland since 1935.
The Somaliland Community of Ottawa, Canada, will look forward to a satisfactory resolution of this problem and a return to his employment for Mr Drysdale. If that does not happen the government of Somaliland should expect the entire Ottawa Somaliland community to give its support to one of the opposition parties and to lobby against the current government every opportunity its gets, so it is up to the current government to stay true to its mantra of fighting corruption and nepotism, look in the mirror and restore Mr Drysdale to his employment.
(Somaliland Community of Ottawa)