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From the dusty streets of Beledweyne, Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud ‘Duqow’ made his mark on Somali history.

Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud ‘Duqow’ started working for progress in the early 2000s, moving from local leader to mayor of Beledweyne.

Here, he didn’t just talk about making things better; he actually improved infrastructure, healthcare, and education and various beneficial schemes.

But Duqow’s dreams weren’t limited to his city. He entered national politics and became a symbol of unity.

‘Duqow’ earned respect from all sides of politics by being good at bringing people together and finding agreement.

But his influence went beyond politics.

Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud ‘Duqow’ cared about helping people and fighting poverty. He did things like building roads, schools, and hospitals to help people who needed it.

Whether it was building schools and healthcare facilities or providing microfinance initiatives, his efforts left a lasting impact on the communities he served.

He also listened to people’s problems and worked with local leaders to find good solutions.

And he didn’t just help his own town; he also helped people all over Somalia. People from every part of life respected and admired him for his efforts.

Whether it was building things or giving small loans, his work changed the lives of many.

He knew that education was the key to real change, so he supported programs that helped young Somalis succeed.

This is Duqow’s legacy – a leader who not only dealt with Somali politics but also guided his country toward a better future, one step at a time, community by community.