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Second batch of Somali refugees due to return home

Storyline:National News

The second batch of Somali refugees from Kenyan refugees camps in Dadab are expected to return home on Tuesday.

At least 93 people ( refugees) who registered voluntarily will be repatriated to their respective locations  as UNHCR officials confirmed to the media.

Sources confirm that the returning refugees will be resettled to areas in Gedo and Bay regions.

Last week  More than 90 Somali refugees have been repatriated from Kenya 23 years after conflict and famine drove them from their homeland.

The Federal Government of Somalia through its Ministry of Interior and Federal Affairs before days announced the launching of a new national agency for Refugees and IDPs (ARI) that will spearhead the resettlement of the refugees.