Stop Discrimination I am against from the Discrimination

Susu Mohamed
Posted January 7, 2021 from Somalia

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Prof Enow was the Founder of  Atlas University in Mogadishu for the Minority, he told us this stories Said I sat down cross clan minority Student he asked them their Educational situation and life they said;

We came from very poor family we cannot go to the Universities. Some of them they can’t collect their Secondary certificate from ministry of Somalia Government because of 30 dollars they don’t have 30 dollars.

Theirs 200 hundred Scholarship that came out side country none of them have participated because they don’t have diplomas to show the Universities and 30 dollars to collect the Certificates they are intelligent and smart he paid  10 student and we contributed others when he told us  the story he informed theirs Atlas University in Mogadishu and said: whoever is here Majority and Minority have good marks and high grade Please let them know we look sponsor for them, in reality somali Nation that holds to gather people different culture different custom different language and different value. only they are ISLAM SUNNI all of the Nation.

Prof Enow went primary school to register his son he saw in side office man wants to register his son and the man was talked school head master for Rawing Maay language the Head maser said---look at him we can’t get spaces Somalia people and he is asking us for space (WHO IS THE MAN AND SON) THEY ARE ALL SOMALIS.

And Prof :Enows brother Graduated from primary school all parent where invited their his brother was Number ONE-1at school The Head master Teachers and students are giving the Certificates, and all the parents are their Prof Enows brothers was call and he went to get his certificate because he scored 100%100%100% all Subjects.

The Head master said: this is the Kind of students who will help tomorrow the country the dominate clan all parents stood up and Said: are you trying to tell us all our children where defeated by this slave.

Said prof Enow: because I am pantu and my brother was pantu and we are considered as slave in Somalia not only we all of Africans IF YOUR NOICE IS BIC AND YOUR HEAR IS KIKG .I DON’T KNOW WHO OWNS ME I AM LOOKIN FO MY MASTER AND I DON’T KNOW.   

You can read more story-Prof Enow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUVVGYvgqqQ

 

              Stop Discrimination I am against from the Discrimination

 

This story was submitted in response to Human Rights for All.

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Nini Mappo
Jan 07
Jan 07

Dear Susu,
It is wonderful to hear that disadvantage students in Somalia are getting supported in education inclusion. It is disheartening how much poverty alienates people, not just the intelligent ones but all people who might have made something of their lives if they could pay for it. Unfortunately education continues to be inaccessible for so many in the African continent and other developing countries.

It is sad that ethnic discrimination still continues in your country. I hope that in all places where tribalism is rampant, people will rise to the reality that we can all contribute to development regardless of tribe, and one skilled citizens adds value in the country regardless or tribe. Continue growing in your activism Susu. I'm glad that Prof. Enows rose against the discrimination to complete his education and even admission into a professorship.
Wishing you well in the year ahead,
Nini

Susu Mohamed
Jan 10
Jan 10

Dear NiNi,
Thanks you for your comments and yes that is a reality of our country we are fighting it thanks Sister Nini.

Tamarack Verrall
Jan 09
Jan 09

Dear Susu,
This is such important information, and so important an issue to solve. Access to all education, including Higher Education should ba accessible to all. We have a long way to go in this world before such a basic right is respected everywhere. What a great man this is, to be raising awareness as you are here, with us, and that he is willing to pay from his pocket for at least some students. I believe it is the responsibility of governments to ensure all children have equal access to education and applaud you and other wold Pulse sisters who keep us with the news.

Susu Mohamed
Jan 10
Jan 10

Dear Mama Tam,
that is a reality and we contributed 20 students our women group. and now we visiting once a month as women we are fighting discrimination.
thanks for yours comments i am ambassador in here world pulse.

Thanks

Tamarack Verrall
Jan 09
Jan 09

This is such powerful work to bring change. What good news that you and your women's are part of the discussion. This is true Ambassador work, dear sister.

valem
Jan 19
Jan 19

great work bravo sister susu

Susu Mohamed
Jan 19
Jan 19

Thanks valem.