Salim Aliyow Ibrow

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Salim Aliyow Ibrow
سالم علييوو ايبرو
Minister of Environment and Livestock of Somalia
Assumed office
17 January 2014
Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed
Prime Minister of Somalia
In office
29 October 2007 – 24 November 2007
Preceded by Ali Mohammed Ghedi
Succeeded by Nur Hassan Hussein
Personal details
Religion Islam

Salim Aliyow Ibrow (Somali: Saalim Caliyoow Ibroow, Arabic: سالم علييوو ايبرو‎) is a Somali politician. He is the Minister of Environment and Livestock of Somalia.


Early career[edit]

Ibrow served as the interim Prime Minister of the Transitional Federal Government from October 29, 2007 to November 24, 2007, following the resignation of Premier Ali Mohammed Ghedi.[1] Prior to his interim promotion, Ibrow served as Ghedi's deputy premier. His portfolio changed several times over numerous cabinet reshufflings over the years, including the ministries of Finance, Livestock, Culture and Higher Education.

Ibrow was one of the MPs contending for the Parliamentary Speaker's position after the dismissal of ex-Speaker Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aden. He is also the National Commissioner for UNESCO in Somalia.

Ibrow was replaced as Prime Minister by Nur Hassan Hussein on November 22, 2007, and was appointed Minister of Justice and Religious Affairs.

Minister of Environment and Livestock[edit]

On 17 January 2014, Ibrow was appointed Minister of Environment and Livestock by Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed.[2]

Preceded by
Ali Mohammed Ghedi
Prime Minister of the
Republic of Somalia

October 29, 2007–November 24, 2007
Succeeded by
Nur Hassan Hussein


  1. ^ Somalia -
  2. ^ "SOMALIA PM Said "Cabinet will work tirelessly for the people of Somalia"". Midnimo. 17 January 2014. Retrieved 17 January 2014.