Somaliland, a country that gained independence in 1960, merged with southern Somalia, but 20 years later Somaliland inherited the illusion of injustice and oppression by all its citizens.
This injustice led to the sale and formation of a nationalist SNM that suppressed the government of Siad Barre, then the power of Africa.
For 10 years, the SNM succeeded in liberating their homeland of Somaliland and immediately announced the reunification of Somaliland on 18 May 1991, in Burao, the capital of Togdheer region.
Somaliland today is 28 years old and self-sufficient. It is a strong nation with a population of about 4 million people. There have been presidential elections, parliament, and local councils, all of which have taken place in accordance with the multi-party system.
The blessed Republic of Somaliland located in the Horn of Africa is today a place of peace and freedom.