QORAAL ABTISINYADA IYO LAFAHA AKISHO QORAAGU DAD BADAN OON AKISHO AHAYN OO DHINAC DAGAN AYUU AKISHO KA DHIGAYAA LAAKIN BAL EEG
Akisho (var. Akisha, Akishe; also known as Gurre) is a Somali subclan, part of the larger Dir group whose members live in Ethiopia and northern Somalia. The Akisho are a subclan of the Ali Madahweyn Dir, and they are reputed to be the eldest sons of the Madaxweyn Dir. The Madaxweyn Dir include the Gurgure, Gariire, Guure, Layiile, Reer Aw Said, Jiido and Wardaay. The last three groups inhabit Southern Somalia especially in the Lower Juba and Shabeele rivers area;however, most Madahweyn Dir live in Ethiopia.
Akisho is one of the oldest clans in the Horn of Africa. According to Somali history, two of the oldest monarchies in the region, the Ifat and Adal Sultanates, were Akisho. The great horn African hero Ahmad ibn Ibrihim al-Ghazi ("Ahmed Gurey") was Akisho.
The Akisho inhabit both Somaliland and Ethiopia. In Somaliland, Akisho members live in the southern Waqoyi-Galbeed Province, Wajaale, Ala’ibaday, and Gabiley. In Ethiopia, where the Akisho are the most widespread Somali group, Akisho members inhabit Jijiga, Baale (Nagelle), Baabule, Fayaanbiiro, Qabri-Bayah, Fiiq, Hara-Maaya, Harar, and Dadar.
Akisho members are predominantly adherents of Sunni Islam, though one might find a Christian Akisho in the Shewa area of Ethiopia.
The Akisho (Gurre) clan consists of 12 major subclans:
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