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Abdi O. Mohamed
Projects Manager at Bristol Somali Media; Company Secretary at ACH; Director at Bristol Cable & BSWN; Trustee at Wellspring Healthy Living Centre. My tweets.
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Abdi O. Mohamed retweeted
Khalid J. Qodax 22h
It is an immense pleasure to be publishing the second edition of the magazine KOBCIYE. Our goal with each of these editions of the magazine, is to be promoting the language and culture of Somalis whilst also raising awareness of the Somali community
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Abdi O. Mohamed Dec 9
Agree. Abdul, the picture doesn't reflect the content of the article as the majority of the anti-social behaviour, according to the data presented, happened where Black communities do not concentrate. However, this shows that 'racial stereotyping is a never ending project'.
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GetConnectedBristolExpo Dec 6
is recruiting!! They are looking for a Training Administrator to join the team
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Abdi O. Mohamed Dec 5
Lord Mayor of Bristol removes second portrait from her office over slave trade link
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Abdi O. Mohamed Nov 29
'Refugees deserve refuge'; shouldn't be allowed to violate refugee pupils' human rights in schools. Anti-bullying and zero tolerance to racism campaigns should be part of the Ofsted inspection.
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Abdi O. Mohamed Nov 27
and discrimination are among main factors which contribute to the educational underachievement & exclusion of refugees/new arrivals. Consequently, it provides recruits for drug dealers & criminal gangs. Thus sh'd never be allowed to have a place in our society.
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BBC Breaking News Nov 26
Touchdown! probe lands on Mars, mission control in Pasadena, California confirms
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Abdi O. Mohamed Nov 24
Masha Allah. Congratulations.
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ACH Nov 22
This Saturday!!! Make sure you join us and at for the breakfast event
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ACH Nov 21
We are thrilled to announce that we are now an accredited employer! We are committed to paying all staff the real for the real cost of living. Read more at
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Abdi O. Mohamed Nov 21
is everywhere - nationally and globally - and it's the most dangerous atomic bomb we're facing. Thus how can we address the inequality faced by people in Hargeisa when we've failed to understand the educational inequality & deprivation faced by Bristol school pupils.
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Abdi O. Mohamed Nov 21
How many people in Bristol live on food banks - possibly receive one day a meal? And how many children in Bristol go to school without breakfast?
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Abdi O. Mohamed Nov 17
Replying to @MohamoudAYusuf @Qodax
My Dear friend Mohamoud, you're entitled to exercise your rights despite being a fanatic supporter of Waddani, but I acknowledge your enthusiasm, care and love for Somaliland Republic. So let's tone it down and discuss about the future of or work for the country with equal voices
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Abdi O. Mohamed Nov 17
When are you going to let go your grudges against the election results and start thinking about the future? Or do you need to be encouraged that your party can do better at the next election?
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Abdi O. Mohamed Nov 16
is not only about respecting the democratic decision of the electorate but rescuing the 'British statecraft' from a political apocalypse too.
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Channel 4 News Nov 16
"Open your eyes - there is very real poverty out there." UN Special Rapporteur Philip Alston says there are people in the UK "living in destitution" and that "government people haven't been out in the field to see what the real circumstances are."
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The Bristol Cable Nov 16
We need more members to keep telling the stories of what's really going on in Bristol. Support independent local media today!
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Abdi O. Mohamed Nov 16
As long as you are sulking over the defeat of your Waddani party and using abhorrent, divisive language, you'll never come up with viable strategies which will enable you realise the political philosophy and vision of your party.
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Khalid J. Qodax Nov 16
ACH office pleased to welcome today Minister of investment and promotion in Somaliland Mr. Mohamed Ahmed Awad and Ayan Mohamoud Ashour Somaliland UK Representative
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Abdi O. Mohamed Nov 16
Very productive meeting. Thanks minister Awad and Ambassador Ayan for visiting and partner organisations in Bristol.
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