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Somali minister for Sports and Youth affairs bestows 82% of his salary to Somali refugee repatriation process

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Somali minister for Sports and Youth affairs, Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan Noah has played lion’s share in fund raising program for Somalis and Yemen people who are fleeing from Yemen violence which was lively aired on Goobjoog News.
The minister has donated 82% of his salary to Somali refugee repatriation process which will be used for evacuation process and resettling of the returnees.
The amount donated by Somali government5 officials knocks at 38300 USD.
To participate the fund raising for Somali refugee repatriation process, please call on 0616564444, 0615525758 and 061707355.
Yemen became home for ferocious fighting between the internationally recognized government and the Houthis, who have taken control of large swaths of Yemen.
The brawl claimed thousands of lives and displaced hundreds of thousands including Yemenis and Somali refugees who escaped the conflict and hardships in their country before civil war eruption in Yemen.
Since 1st April, 5523 of Somali refugees started to return home by themselves with small boats. They accused the government of ‘’failing’’ to intervene the situation of the trapped citizens.
Life went from bad to worse for the Somalis living in Yemen after the federal government revealed that it is supporting the on-going Saudi-led military offensive against the Houthi rebels who are fighting to take over internationally recognized government.
Somali government promised to dispatch ships and planes for the evacuation of Somalis caught in Yemen’s conflict.
It was on 27th April when Director of the Parliament Mohamed Iyow told Goobjoog that the parliament has approved to send two ships to evacuate Somalis in Yemen.
While other foreign nationals have been evacuated from the impoverished gulf nation, the federal government has not yet moved to evacuate its citizens despite announcing plans to bring back them home.