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What could be a better sign showcasing Somalia's comeback?

This visit was a huge blow to both the International Crisis Group and the Monitoring Group, who are two very corrupt organisations who've worked round the clock to try and stop Somalia's recovery.

Its good to see that members from the UN security council have decided to visit Somalia and see for themselves the truth. This is what many Somali intellectuals.

The International Crisis Group with their false biased reports about Somalia must be cringing at this latest news because it contradicts all the false things they were saying about Somalia the past year and a half.

I hope the UN can stop funding these organisations who've made a habit of feeding off Somalia's misfortune. The UN needs to replace these dead organisations with more up to date, honest and transparent organisation that is willing to help Somalia towards recovery and creation of vibrant state institutions


Well done Somalia :cheers:
 

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Chopra and the Monitoring Group came forward with a salacious and sensational report, with the clear intention of attempting to discredit the Somali government and ruin the tentative peace efforts made in Somalia and thus plunge the country back into chaos and civil war.




At the same time the US law firm hits back at Chopra and the Monitoring Group, accusing them of acting as spoilers of Somalia’s stability by putting labels which are completely false, malicious and utterly without merit. Chopra offers no evidence at all to substantiate these false claims, and, significantly, the facts that he does bring to bear prove the exact opposite of what he claims.
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Given that all of the purported findings in his 2014 report are false and easily disproven, the question must be asked—what is motivating Chopra to make frivolous claims of corruption against the Somali government and against those assisting the government? Why is he doing this? Who is he working for?

Now given that all the purported findings in his 2014 report are false and easily disproved. Hard hitting questions must now be asked.
What is motivating Chopra to make unfounded claims of corruption against the Somali government?
Why is he doing this?
Who is he really working for?
Investigations by US law firm should very surprising finds. The Monitoring Group team (a) had little training and experience investigating complex financial and accounting issues, (b) failed to adhere to basic investigative standards, including those promulgated by the UN itself, and (c) seemed to be driven more by a political agenda than a search for truth.
As of now the government of Somalia has requested that Chopra from his position as its coordinator.
After the report by US firm, Chopra reportedly told others that he “was coming after Shulman Rogers” to exact revenge for the critical work.
It has also been reported that he believes that his job is “to destroy people,” which is apparently what he is trying to do with the character assassination that permeates his latest report.
There is a second and even more serious motivation. Chopra reveals this on the last page of his recent report when he recommends that the UN Security Council take steps to block any further efforts by Somalia—a sovereign state—to recover its state assets. Putting aside that such a block cannot be legally accomplished and would be easily challenged in court, Chopra is revealing what really bothers him about the work of the US law firm. He does not want this work to continue, and he regrets that it has succeeded thus far. He wants the assets of Somalia to be under the control of the International Crisis Group, NGO’s (labeling themselves as the international community) rather than the Somali people. He does not want the Somali President—or the Somali government—to empower themselves by reclaiming the government’s assets and putting them to work directly to improve security, educate children, and create stable government institutions. In Chopra’s world view, these projects—if they will be done at all—must be done by international NGO’s. In his view, Somalis themselves cannot be trusted.
And he relies on media leaks to try to damage good people’s reputations.
Steps are being taken now to commence legal actions against him to obtain redress in court for his illegal conduct. These lawsuits will be pursued vigorously until justice is done. :banana:
 
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