By Goth Mohamed Goth
A high delegation led by Dr. Saad Ali Shire, Minister of foreign affairs and International cooperation attended the 4th African Islamic Finance Summit in Dar es Salaam -Tanzania.
The aim of this summit is to support the local markets and create the opportunity to gain knowledge about global practices on Islamic finance through learned national and international scholars.
Somaliland is for the first-time attending African Muslim countries which is organized by the AlHuda CIBE is a well-established name in Islamic financial and Education Market focusing on Awareness, Education, Training, Promotion, Advisory and Publications on Islamic Banking and Finance around the globe from the last ten years.
Dr. Saad Ali Shire, Minister of foreign affairs and International cooperation while attending the summit said, “The House of Representatives approved the Law on Islamic Banks on 19 September 2012 and the President signed the Law on 3 October 2012 (Decree No. 0270/102012).
AlHuda CIBE center official speaking during the event said, “AlHuda CIBE is committed towards the pursuance of our goal to promote Islamic finance all over the globe, we are pleased to organize “4th African Islamic Finance Summit “ & “two days post event workshop on Takaful” on March 27th- 30th , 2017 . The aim of this summit is to explore the untapped market of Africa and to adopt the latest trends, challenges and opportunities in Islamic Finance industry of Africa.
Among those accompanying the FM were the head of Somaliland Diaspora Agency Mr. Abdi Abdillahi Hirsi and Mr. Abdiqani Ahmed Hassan, the director of political affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
– Dr. Sacad Cali Shire, Minister of foreign affairs and International cooperation
– H.E Faustin Kamuzora, Minister in the office of President
– H.E Mahgoub Ahmed Sudanese Ambassador to Tanzania
– H.E Amir Khan Pakistan Ambassador to Tanzania
– H.E Saqware, deputy chairman of Tanzania National Insurance