Mohammed Imam Nur Ikar
|Mohammed Imam Nur Ikar |
محمد الامام نور عكار
|Deputy Mayor of Mogadishu|
Mohammed Imam Nur Ikar (Somali: Maxamed Imaan Nuur Ikar, Arabic: محمد الامام نور عكار) is a Somali civil society leader and politician. Ikar was born in Somalia, and later emigrated to the Netherlands. In 2007, he was among the official delegates appointed to the Standing Committee for the Leceister conference on Somalia's reconstruction, an international body tasked with both forming a national political entity and representing the expatriate community. Ikar later returned to Somalia, where he was appointed the Deputy Mayor of Mogadishu. Following his tenure in office, in 2017, Ikar led a two-day Somalia government conference on local and diaspora reconciliation, which was held in Mogadishu.
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- "AMISOM Force Commander Meets With Mayor, UN over Afgoye Returnees". AMISOM. Retrieved 9 May 2018.
- "Standing Committee named from Leicester Conference". Hiiraan. Retrieved 10 May 2018.
- "Iman Icar". Global Forum on Urbanization and Health. Retrieved 9 May 2018.
- "Somalia seeks to unite diaspora returnees and locals". Xinhua. 29 June 2017. Retrieved 10 May 2018.
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