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Over 300 Somali returnees are heading for their respective regions

Storyline:National News

More than 300 Somalis, who returned home by themselves with small boats, have deported from the gulf Aden port city of Bossaso, heading for the regions respective towns.
The transportation expense and the farewell process were organized by Golis Telcom, a telecommunication company operating in the semi-autonomous regional state of Puntlan.
The company hired 10 minibuses which will take returnees to their respective home towns as the batch of returnees set off their journey on Saturday.
Majority of these returnees are women, children and aged people who fled away from Yemen is currently hosting ferocious fighting between the internationally recognized government and the Houthis, who have taken control of large swaths of Yemen.
The chief executive officer (CEO) of Golis Telecom, Sieed Adan speaking during the departure of the returnees said that they continue initiatives to help Somali refugees who are pouring the country in large numbers.
Meanwhile, Puntland minister for interior, Abdullahi Hashi Qoobdeero has appreciated the work of Golis Telecom.




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