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Mohamed Ibrahim Liqliqato (1921, Kismayo, Italian Somaliland – 1998) was a Somali military and political leader, worked as an ambassador, minister, speaker of the Parliament and was prominent figure of Siyad Barre's rule in Somalia. Liiqliqato authored books on Somali subjects, such as Somali People, Somali Tribes, Clans and Somali Culture. "The history of Somalia, or Taariikhda Soomaaliya" is considered one of the references of Somali History.

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  • Mohamed Ibrahim Liqliqato (1921, Kismayo, Italian Somaliland – 1998) was a Somali military and political leader, worked as an ambassador, minister, speaker of the Parliament and was prominent figure of Siyad Barre's rule in Somalia. Liiqliqato authored books on Somali subjects, such as Somali People, Somali Tribes, Clans and Somali Culture. "The history of Somalia, or Taariikhda Soomaaliya" is considered one of the references of Somali History.
  • Mohamed Ibrahim Liqliqato (1921, Kismayo, Italian Somaliland – 1998) was a Somali military and political leader, worked as an ambassador, held several ministries, considered the longest serving speaker of the Parliament and was prominent figure of Siyad Barre's rule in Somalia. Liiqliqato authored books on Somali subjects, such as Somali People, Somali Tribes, Clans and Somali Culture. "The history of Somalia, or Taariikhda Soomaaliya" is considered one of the references of Somali History.
  • Mohamed Ibrahim Liqliqato (1921, Kismayo, Italian Somaliland – 1998) was a Somali military and political leader, worked as an ambassador, minister, speaker of the Parliament and was prominent figure of Siyad Barre's rule in Somalia.
  • Mohamed Ibrahim Liqliqato (1921, Kismayo, Italian Somaliland – 1998) was a Somali military and political leader, worked as an ambassador, minister, speaker of the Parliament and was prominent figure of Siyad Barre's rule in Somalia. In 1934 Liqliqato joined the Army. In 1969, the military took over the government and new president Siad Barre appointed Liqliqato as Somali Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1969–1970). From 1970–1974, he served as Ambassador to West Germany. From 1974–1978, Liqliqato served as Minister of Agriculture, and from 1978–1980 as Minister of Domestic and Foreign Trade.
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  • Mohamed Ibrahim Liqliqato (1921, Kismayo, Italian Somaliland – 1998) was a Somali military and political leader, worked as an ambassador, minister, speaker of the Parliament and was prominent figure of Siyad Barre's rule in Somalia. He was born in Kismayo and upon completing Quranic school, Liqliqato joined the British Military (Gendermaa) and served from 1939 until 1945. In 1950, after Italian Somaliland had become an Italian-administered United Nations Trust Territory, Liqliqato became a police commander in Mogadishu as part of the Amministrazione Fiduciaria Italo Somala or A.F.I.S. In 1952 Liqliqato traveled to Italy for police training, and returned in 1954, having earned one star. In 1960 Liqliqato became a colonel in the Somali Police. In 1964 Liqliqato joined the Somali Army, and in that same year became a major general and the Commissioner of the army. In 1969, the military took over the government and new president Siad Barre appointed Liqliqato as Somali Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1969–1970). From 1970–1974, he served as Ambassador to West Germany. From 1974–1978, Liqliqato served as Minister of Agriculture, and from 1978–1980 as Minister of Domestic and Foreign Trade. In 1983 Liqliqato was elected President of the National Assembly, and he served in this position until 1991. Liiqliqato authored books on Somali subjects, such as Somali People, Somali Tribes, Clans and Somali Culture. "The history of Somalia, or Taariikhda Soomaaliya" is considered one of the references of Somali History. Liqliiqato is from a scholar family of Ahmed Fiqi Cumar (looboge), a sub clan of Sheekhaal, he was leading member of several reconciling meetings after the Somali Civil war, the General died in 1998 following a heart attack while he was at home. He was buried in Kah-Sheikhaal, a district in Mogadishu.
  • Mohamed Ibrahim Liqliqato (1921, Kismayo, Italian Somaliland – 1998) was a Somali military and political leader, worked as an ambassador, held several ministries, considered the longest serving speaker of the Parliament and was prominent figure of Siyad Barre's rule in Somalia. He was born in Kismayo and upon completing Quranic school, Liqliqato joined the British Military (Gendermaa) and served from 1939 until 1945. In 1950, after Italian Somaliland had become an Italian-administered United Nations Trust Territory, Liqliqato became a police commander in Mogadishu as part of the Amministrazione Fiduciaria Italo Somala or A.F.I.S. In 1952 Liqliqato traveled to Italy for police training, and returned in 1954, having earned one star. In 1960 Liqliqato became a colonel in the Somali Police. In 1964 Liqliqato joined the Somali Army, and in that same year became a major general and the Commissioner of the army. In 1969, the military took over the government and new president Siad Barre appointed Liqliqato as Somali Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1969–1970). From 1970–1974, he served as Ambassador to West Germany. From 1974–1978, Liqliqato served as Minister of Agriculture, and from 1978–1980 as Minister of Domestic and Foreign Trade. In 1983 Liqliqato was elected President of the National Assembly, and he served in this position until 1991. Liiqliqato authored books on Somali subjects, such as Somali People, Somali Tribes, Clans and Somali Culture. "The history of Somalia, or Taariikhda Soomaaliya" is considered one of the references of Somali History. Liqliiqato is from a scholar family who hails from Sheekhaal, he was leading member of several reconciling conferences and paid effort rebuilding Somalia after the Somali Civil war. The General died in 1998 following a heart attack while he was at home. He was buried in Kah-Sheikhaal, a district in Mogadishu.
  • Mohamed Ibrahim Liqliqato (1921, Kismayo, Italian Somaliland – 1998) was a Somali military and political leader, worked as an ambassador, minister, speaker of the Parliament and was prominent figure of Siyad Barre's rule in Somalia. In 1964 Liqliqato joined the Somali Army, and in that same year became a major general and the Commissioner of the army. In 1969, the military took over the government and new president Siad Barre appointed Liqliqato as Somali Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1969–1970). From 1970–1974, he served as Ambassador to West Germany. From 1974–1978, Liqliqato served as Minister of Agriculture, and from 1978–1980 as Minister of Domestic and Foreign Trade.
  • Mohamed Ibrahim Liqliqato (1921, Kismayo, Italian Somaliland – 1998) was a Somali military and political leader, worked as an ambassador, minister, speaker of the Parliament and was prominent figure of Siyad Barre's rule in Somalia. In 1964 Liqliqato joined the Somali Army. In 1969, the military took over the government and new president Siad Barre appointed Liqliqato as Somali Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1969–1970). From 1970–1974, he served as Ambassador to West Germany. From 1974–1978, Liqliqato served as Minister of Agriculture, and from 1978–1980 as Minister of Domestic and Foreign Trade.
  • Mohamed Ibrahim Liqliqato (1921, Kismayo, Italian Somaliland – 1998) was a Somali military and political leader, worked as an ambassador, minister, speaker of the Parliament and was prominent figure of Siyad Barre's rule in Somalia. In 1934 Liqliqato joined the Army. In 1969, the military took over the government and new president Siad Barre appointed Liqliqato as Somali Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1969–1970). From 1970–1974, he served as Ambassador to West Germany. From 1974–1978, Liqliqato served as Minister of Agriculture, and from 1978–1980 as Minister of Domestic and Foreign Trade.
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