BUUNI Is Looking Like Frog's Chronicles (Abdi-Shotaly).

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Wednesday September 13, 2023 - 14:17:48 in Articles by Xaaji Faysal
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    BUUNI Is Looking Like Frog's Chronicles (Abdi-Shotaly).

    * N.B The Soldier Seems As Frog Swimming In A Sunny Waterpool.

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* N.B The Soldier Seems As Frog Swimming In A Sunny Waterpool.


In the ever-evolving landscape of Somaliland politics, there's one character who's been hopping around like a frog in a summer rainstorm – Buuni, affectionately known as "Rah" behind closed doors. As the Frog Prince of Fabrication, Buuni's astonishing talent for crafting outlandish tales and extravagant lies has left the political arena in a state of whimsy and funny wonders.



While Somaliland is navigating its way through complex political waters, Buuni has emerged as a captivating storyteller, spinning narratives so extraordinary that they'd make the world's most gripping novels look like children's bedtime stories. He seems to have an uncanny ability to bend the truth, stretch reality, and create a world where facts do the moonwalk and the truth takes a detour.


But what makes Buuni truly stand out is his exclusive membership in the "World Book of Records" as the "Supreme Fabricator of Fairytales." Yes, you read that right – he proudly displays a certificate that proclaims him a master storyteller on a global scale. It's as if he believes that his extravagant tales, like a magic kiss turning a frog into a prince, will miraculously elevate his reputation.


However, the more he stretches the truth, the more it seems to snap back at him like a spring-loaded frog. Some have even wondered aloud, "Is he okay?" Buuni's penchant for concocting tales so wild they'd make a frog's croak sound melodious leaves many questioning the state of his sanity. His stories have transcended the realm of political discourse and entered a whimsical world of their own.


Speaking of frogs, there's the fascinating subplot of Buuni's alter ego – the frog. Fondly known as "Rah," this playful moniker is more than just a nickname; it's a reflection of the uncanny resemblance Buuni shares with these amphibian creature. If Buuni ever decided to grace the stage, he'd need no costume – he'd be the perfect Frog Prince.


Yet, amidst this tapestry of political theatre, Buuni's fantastical tales seem to have lost their enchantment. It's like watching a magician who's revealed all his tricks; the wonder has vanished. Perhaps Buuni will never realize that the path to political success requires more than a compendium of extravagant stories; he appears to be too naive to grasp this reality. His unwavering belief in the power of his fabrications persists, even as the people see through his charade. It's as if he's lost in a world of his own creation, where truth takes a backseat to his quirky narratives.


In this tumultuous journey through Somaliland's political landscape, unity should be the guiding principle. However, Buuni's antics add a touch of fairy-tale charm to the narrative. But beneath the whimsy lies a pressing question – is Buuni simply playing the role of the court jester in the grand theatre of Somaliland politics?


Many speculate that the Muuse Biixi government is using Buuni as a diversionary tactic, a master of mayhem designed to divert attention from their own shortcomings. In this complex political landscape, Buuni becomes the government's puppet, a convenient distraction, all while being masterfully orchestrated by Maxamed Cali Bile, believed by some to be the leader of "Heego," whose office is situated at the heart of the political storm in the Madaxtooyo. Together, they create a theatrical performance, where Buuni's exaggerated stories serve as the opening act to divert the audience's focus elsewhere, allowing the government to continue without much scrutiny.


As we navigate this intriguing political landscape, let's remember that it's not just about Buuni; it's about the values we hold dear and the path we pave for Somaliland's future. The people have spoken, and they're saying, "No more fantastical tales; we want substance!"

* N.B The Soldier Seems As Frog Swimming In A Sunny Waterpool.

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