Muhammad Hawadle Madar

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Mohammad Hawadle Madar
محمد حواضلي مذر
Prime Minister of Somalia
In office
3 September 1990 – 24 January 1991
Preceded by Muhammad Ali Samatar
Succeeded by Umar Arteh Ghalib
Personal details
Political party Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party
Religion Islam

Muhammad Hawadle Madar (Somali: Maxamed Hawaadlee Madar, Arabic: محمد حواضلي مذر‎) was the Prime Minister of Somalia from September 3, 1990 to January 24, 1991.[1] A former member of the Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party, he was in office for a few months before the outbreak of the Somali Civil War.

His son Hassan Kul was murdered by a gang at a petrol station, after a trivial feud in Ladbrokes three days earlier.[2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Muhammad Ali Samatar
Prime Minister of Somalia
September 3, 1990–January 24, 1991
Succeeded by
Umar Arteh Ghalib