Hasan Muhammad Nur Shatigadud

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Colonel Hasan Muhammad Nur Shatigadud (Xasan Maxamednuur Shaatigaduud, حسن محمد نور شاتيغادود) (born 1946) was a Somali politician and faction leader.wikipedia
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South West State of Somalia

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He served as the chairman of the Rahanweyn Resistance Army (RRA), and subsequently as the first President of the short-lived Southwestern Somalia autonomous regional state.
It was founded by Hasan Muhammad Nur Shatigadud, leader of the Somalia on 1 April 2002.

Rahanweyn Resistance Army

Rahanwein Resistance ArmyRRA
He served as the chairman of the Rahanweyn Resistance Army (RRA), and subsequently as the first President of the short-lived Southwestern Somalia autonomous regional state. Following the start of the civil war in 1991, Shatigadud acted as the leader of the Rahanweyn Resistance Army (RRA).
The stated goal of the RRA is the creation and recognition of an independent state of Southern Somalia, it was led by Hasan Muhammad Nur Shatigadud.

Somali Civil War

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Following the start of the civil war in 1991, Shatigadud acted as the leader of the Rahanweyn Resistance Army (RRA).
The RRA's leader Hasan Muhammad Nur Shatigadud subsequently established the Southwestern State of Somalia regional administration.

National Security Service (Somalia)

National Security ServiceNSSNational Security Agency
Shatigadud ("Red Shirt") served as a colonel in the National Security Service (NSS).

Aden Madobe

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Internal disputes developed between Shatigadud, who wished to support the new Somalia Reconciliation and Restoration Council (SRRC), and his two deputies, Sheikh Aden Madobe and Muhammad Ibrahim Habsade, who wished to continue to support the TNG.
In 2003, he temporarily split with his fellow RRA leader Hassan Mohamed Nur "Shatigadud", though they later reconciled and both served as ministers in the Transitional Federal Government (TFG).

Nur Hassan Hussein

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On December 2, 2007, Shatigadud was appointed Minister of National Security in the government of Prime Minister Nur Hassan Hussein.
Four of the ministers—Hasan Muhammad Nur Shatigadud (who had been appointed Minister of Home Security), Abdikafi Hassan, Sheikh Aden Maden, and Ibrahim Mohamed Isaq —promptly resigned on December 3, complaining that their clan, the Rahanwein (one of the four major clans), was inadequately represented in the government and that they had not been consulted on their appointments beforehand.

Somalia Reconciliation and Restoration Council

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Internal disputes developed between Shatigadud, who wished to support the new Somalia Reconciliation and Restoration Council (SRRC), and his two deputies, Sheikh Aden Madobe and Muhammad Ibrahim Habsade, who wished to continue to support the TNG. The polity's organization was thought to be a move to show the disaffection of the RRA with the nascent Mogadishu-based Transitional National Government, as well as an act to counter the influence of the Somalia Reconciliation and Restoration Council (SRRC) in the same regions.

Muhammad Ibrahim Habsade

Internal disputes developed between Shatigadud, who wished to support the new Somalia Reconciliation and Restoration Council (SRRC), and his two deputies, Sheikh Aden Madobe and Muhammad Ibrahim Habsade, who wished to continue to support the TNG.
As well as Hasan Muhammad Nur Shatigadud of the Harin subclan elected to the leadership of RRA.

Somalis

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Colonel Hasan Muhammad Nur Shatigadud (Xasan Maxamednuur Shaatigaduud, حسن محمد نور شاتيغادود) (born 1946) was a Somali politician and faction leader.

Transitional federal parliament, Republic of Somalia

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Shatigadud was later a Member of the Transitional Federal Parliament, and was eventually appointed Minister of Finance in the Transitional Federal Government.

Transitional federal government, Republic of Somalia

Transitional Federal GovernmentTFGTFG coalition
Shatigadud was later a Member of the Transitional Federal Parliament, and was eventually appointed Minister of Finance in the Transitional Federal Government.

Ethiopia

EthiopianAbyssiniaFederal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
Shatigadud was born in 1946 in the small town of bakaaryeri, situated near Ethiopia in western Somalia.

Somalia

SomaliFederal Republic of SomaliaSOM
Shatigadud was born in 1946 in the small town of bakaaryeri, situated near Ethiopia in western Somalia. He later studied at universities in Somalia, Italy and Russia.

Rahanweyn

DigilRahaweynHadame
He hailed from the Santos clan, one of the larger subclans of the Digil and Mirifle (Rahanweyn).

Italy

ItalianITAItalia
He later studied at universities in Somalia, Italy and Russia.

Russia

Russian FederationRUSRussian
He later studied at universities in Somalia, Italy and Russia.

Somali language

SomalisomAf Soomaali
Additionally, Shatigadud was multilingual, speaking Somali (including Af-Maay), Arabic, Italian, Russian and English.

Maay Maay

MaayAf-MaayAf Maay
Additionally, Shatigadud was multilingual, speaking Somali (including Af-Maay), Arabic, Italian, Russian and English.

Arabic

Arabic languageArabic-languageArab
Additionally, Shatigadud was multilingual, speaking Somali (including Af-Maay), Arabic, Italian, Russian and English.

Italian language

ItalianItalian-languageit
Additionally, Shatigadud was multilingual, speaking Somali (including Af-Maay), Arabic, Italian, Russian and English.

Russian language

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Additionally, Shatigadud was multilingual, speaking Somali (including Af-Maay), Arabic, Italian, Russian and English.

English language

EnglishEnglish-languageen
Additionally, Shatigadud was multilingual, speaking Somali (including Af-Maay), Arabic, Italian, Russian and English.

Dortmund

Dortmund, GermanyCounty of DortmundDortmund WCT
After having lived and worked most of his life in Somalia, Shatigadud eventually retired to Dortmund, Germany.

Germany

GermanGERFederal Republic of Germany
After having lived and worked most of his life in Somalia, Shatigadud eventually retired to Dortmund, Germany.

Gedo

Gedo RegionGedo Region, Somalia
He was also a Governor of the Gedo region under the Siad Barre administration.