Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal

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Mohamed Haji Ibrahim Egal (Maxamed Xaaji Ibraahim Cigaal, محمد الحاج ابراهيم ايغال) (August 15, 1928 – May 3, 2002) was a Somali politician.wikipedia
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Somali Republic

SomaliaRepublic of Somalia1960 independence
He was the first prime minister of the Somali Republic during the early and late 1960s. On 26 June 1960 Egal was Prime minister of the newly independent State of Somaliland, which merged five days later with the former Trust Territory of Somalia to form the Somali Republic on July 1, 1960.
A government was formed by Abdullahi Issa Mohamud and Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal and other members of the trusteeship and protectorate administrations, with Haji Bashir Ismail Yusuf as President of the Somali National Assembly and Aden Abdullah Osman Daar as President of the Somali Republic.

Somalia

SomaliFederal Republic of SomaliaSOM
Mohamed Haji Ibrahim Egal (Maxamed Xaaji Ibraahim Cigaal, محمد الحاج ابراهيم ايغال) (August 15, 1928 – May 3, 2002) was a Somali politician.
A government was formed by Abdullahi Issa and Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal with other members of the trusteeship and protectorate governments, with Haji Bashir Ismail Yusuf as President of the Somali National Assembly, Aden Abdullah Osman Daar as President of the Somali Republic, and Abdirashid Ali Shermarke as Prime Minister (later to become President from 1967 to 1969).

Somaliland

RegionRepublic of SomalilandDistrict
He also served as the President of the Republic of Somaliland.
In 1967, Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal became Prime Minister, a position to which he was appointed by Shermarke.

State of Somaliland

Somalilandformer British Somaliland
On 26 June 1960 Egal was Prime minister of the newly independent State of Somaliland, which merged five days later with the former Trust Territory of Somalia to form the Somali Republic on July 1, 1960.
Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal, who had previously served as an unofficial member of the former British Somaliland protectorate's Executive Council and the Leader of Government Business in the Legislative Council, became the Prime Minister of the State of Somaliland during its planned transition to union with the Trust Territory of Somaliland under Italian Administration, the former Italian Somaliland.

Trust Territory of Somaliland

Trust Territory of Somaliatrusteeship periodSomalia
On 26 June 1960 Egal was Prime minister of the newly independent State of Somaliland, which merged five days later with the former Trust Territory of Somalia to form the Somali Republic on July 1, 1960.
In 1960, the Trust Territory of Somaliland (the former Italian Somaliland) became independent, following in the footsteps of the briefly extant State of Somaliland (the former British Somaliland) which had gained independence five days earlier, with Mohamed Haji Ibrahim Egal as Prime Minister on June 26, 1960.

Habr Awal

Habar AwalIssa MusseSa’ad Musse
He hails from the Reer Balle subdivision of the Issa Musse sub-clan of the Isaaq.
They also built Somaliland's political institutions from the ground under the consequential rule of Somaliland's 2nd president Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal.

Oodweyne

OdweyneOdweinaOdwayne
Egal was Born in 1928, in Odweyne then a part of British Somaliland.

Isaaq

Habar JecloArapSheikh Isaaq Bin Ahmed Al Hashimi
He hails from the Reer Balle subdivision of the Issa Musse sub-clan of the Isaaq.

Abdirashid Shermarke

Abdirashid Ali ShermarkeAbdirashid Ali SharmarkeA. A. Shermarke
In 1967, Abdirashid Ali Shermarke was elected President and he appointed Egal as the Prime Minister.

United Peoples' Democratic Party

UDUBFor Unity, Democracy, and IndependenceUnited Democratic People's Party
It was founded by president Egal in July 2001 in the preparation of the elections, which were originally scheduled for December 2001, but then postponed.

Edna Adan Ismail

Edna Adan
She was married to Mohamed Haji Ibrahim Egal who was head of government in British Somaliland five days prior to Somalia's independence and later the Prime Minister of Somalia (1967–69) and President of Somaliland (1993–2002).

Dahir Riyale Kahin

Dahir Rayale KahinRiyaleDahir Riyale
Dahir Rayale Kahin was sworn in the next day as the new president.
On 3 May 2002, Kahin became the third President of Somaliland, after the death of the autonomous region's President Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal.

Somali Youth League

SYL
A government was formed by Abdullahi Issa Mohamud and Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal with Aden Abdullah Osman Daar as the first President of the Somali Republic, and Abdirashid Ali Shermarke as Prime Minister, later to become President (from 1967-1969).

British Somaliland

SomalilandSomaliland ProtectorateBritish Somaliland Protectorate
Egal was Born in 1928, in Odweyne then a part of British Somaliland. He completed his primary, intermediate, and secondary education in former British Somaliland and then went to UK.

United Kingdom

BritishUKBritain
He completed his primary, intermediate, and secondary education in former British Somaliland and then went to UK.

Supreme Revolutionary Council (Somalia)

Supreme Revolutionary CouncilSomali Women's Democratic Organization1969–1976; 1980–1991
Shortly afterward, the newly established Supreme Revolutionary Council (SRC) led by Major General Siad Barre, Brigadier General Mohamed Ainashe Gule, Lieutenant Colonel Salaad Gabeyre Kediye and Chief of Police Jama Korshel seized power.

Siad Barre

Mohamed Siad BarreMuhammad Siad BarreBarre
Shortly afterward, the newly established Supreme Revolutionary Council (SRC) led by Major General Siad Barre, Brigadier General Mohamed Ainashe Gule, Lieutenant Colonel Salaad Gabeyre Kediye and Chief of Police Jama Korshel seized power.

Salaad Gabeyre Kediye

Shortly afterward, the newly established Supreme Revolutionary Council (SRC) led by Major General Siad Barre, Brigadier General Mohamed Ainashe Gule, Lieutenant Colonel Salaad Gabeyre Kediye and Chief of Police Jama Korshel seized power.

Somali Democratic Republic

SomaliaDemocratic Republic of SomaliaCommunist Somalia
The SRC subsequently renamed the country the Somali Democratic Republic, arrested members of the former civilian government, banned political parties, dissolved the parliament and the Supreme Court, and suspended the constitution.