Somali money transfer companies must self-regulate to maintain the integrity of their services

A worker counts U.S. dollars as he serve a customers at a Dahabshiil money transfer office in "Kilometer Five" street of Soobe village, southern Mogadishu, in this May 8, 2013. [Image by FEISAL OMAR / Reuters]

In a world where financing of terrorism and efforts to combat it have taken center stage, sending hundreds of millions of dollars every year to a country where majority of the beneficiaries do not have access to credible, government-issued identification documents was always going to raise serious regulatory questions.

OpEd: Complaining about CNN’s coverage of Kenya is ‘plain stupid’

I have no idea what Kenyans are complaining about. Incidents of violence, whether politically motivated or just criminally driven, happen with abandon. Worse, most are being forgotten without any resolution; who instigated them, who was involved, where are they, dead, alive, inside the country, outside of it. Cases of insecurity just come and go. Westgate?… Continue reading…

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