In part 1, we saw how Somalia’s External Debt was doubled in 2018 according to the report of the World Bank.
In this article we will look into reports from both the Somalia’s Ministry of Finance and the World Bank in and around 2017 that are tainted with credibility, accuracy and compliance issues.
In November 2016, the Ministry of Finance published a document titled “Somalia’s External Debt Data End 2013 – End October 2016. Half-a-page long report, excluding the cover page, for Somalia’s External Debt of the years 2013, 2014, 2015 and up to October 2016.
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This piece is collaborated on by Sumayya D. Warsame, Samiya D. Warsame, and Sakina D. Warsame of which the oldest is 14 years of age and with the supervision of Aabbe Ducaale Warsame | Email: [email protected]