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Federal government to tackle the unemployment rate of Somali youth

Storyline:National News

The federal government of Somalia declared that it will not allow foreign workers to take the jobs Somali nationals can take freely and vowed to take a step of tackling the high unemployment rate of Somali youth.

The director of Labour ministry of federal government stated that the ministry has come up with decisions meant to promote the working rights of the youth.

The director pointed out that foreign workers will not be given opportunity to work in a position where Somali nationals can work.

Similarly, the director underlined that the federal government is committed to lower the rate of jobless youth by creating new opportunities for young elite Somalis wandering in the streets.

Most of people in Southern Somalia especially the youth who graduated from the various Universities in the country are jobless, the youth believe that their rightful positions of work were taken over by floods of foreigners from the neibouring countries and other nations in the continent attracted to Somalia by the stability.

Many people accept as true that the increasing unemployment in Somalia, especially among university graduates, has fuelled conflicts, theft, migration of young energetic, skilled and semi skilled people from Somalia and drug addiction.