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Former London Supply Teacher Spends Summer Holidays As Deputy Prime Minister Of Somalia

by | 9th, September 2011

SOMALIA really is the land of opportunity. Mohamed Ibrahim, 64, a support teacher at the Newman Catholic College in Brent, north London, is now the deputy prime minister of Somalia.

He leaves behind a farewell email:

“I was unexpectedly called to my country during the summer holidays at a time when the country is facing a humanitarian crisis such as drought and famine. I will always have Newman Catholic College in my heart and won’t forget the wonderful colleagues.”

Richard Kolka, the institution’s headmaster, tells the Mail :

“Mohamed contacted me in August and said he wouldn’t be returning as a learning support teacher because he was now a deputy prime minister.”

He has tough job. Somalia is hit hard by war and starvation.

But, as we, Somalia offers opportunity. Remember Dahir Abdullahi Kadiye

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