Somaliland: Presidency Ministry Hosts Dinner for Departing Duo of Staffers


Somaliland presidency ministry staffers at a dinner party hosted for departing colleagues in Hargeisa

By: Latifa Yusuf Masai

HARGEISA (Somalilandsun) – Incoming heads at the Somaliland civil service commission and National tender board have been congratulated by former colleagues at the presidency ministry.
The congratulations were extended at a send-away dinner party hosted by presidency ministry staffers to their former colleagues Sharmarke Ahmed Muhumed ‘Sharmarke Gelle’ and Mohamed Ahmed Hasan Saadle ‘Jarbati’.
The two are transferring services following a recent reshuffle by president Silanyo in which Sharmarke Ahmed Muhumed ‘Sharmarke Gelle’ was appointed Chairperson of the Civil Service Commission while Mohamed Ahmed Hasan Saadle ‘Jarbati’ assumes the office of Director General at the national tender board.

Secretary to the presidential press office Nassir Yusuf Dahir says the duos appointment was a manifestation of president Silanyos confidence in youthful public seWhile stating their sadness in seeing their former colleagues leave the presidency staffers also wished the duo success in their new duties appointed by the head of state upon observing their performance.
The dinner party was officiated by the presidency state minister Mohamed Muse Abees who termed the elevation of the two former staffers to higher public office as a result of their diligence to service.
Speakers at the send-off party were unanimous not only in their congratulations to their former co-workers but wishes of success in their new offices included presidency protocol officer Mohamed ‘Sagadi’ and Director of personnel Saed Abdi Isse among others
Though sad to see you go we wish you the best presidency ministry staffers tell transferred colleaguesThe media was also well represented by secretary to the presidential press office Nassir Yusuf Dahir who said the appointment of the two to high public portfolios was a manifestation of president Silanyo’s confidence in youthful public servants.