WADAMADA SAFKA HORE OO SHEEGAY INAY KA MIDEYSAN YIHIIN ARINTA SOOMAALIYA.

[Guinea] A Liberian woman - an urban refugee - who works as a prostitute in Conakry, Guinea.
Nombreuses sont les femmes et les jeunes filles qui se prostituent pour nourrir leurs enfants (IRIN)

NAIROBI, 18 July (IRIN) – Wadamada safka hore la isku yiraahdo ee xuduuda la leh Soomaaliya ayaa waxa ay sheegeen inay ka mideysan yihiin dadaalka ay ku doonayaan in lagu guuleeysto wada hadalka nabada Soomaalida ee ka socda dalka Kenya, sidaasina waxaa lagu sheegay war ka soo baxay Wasaarada Arrimaha dibeda ee Kenya.

Warkan ayaa waxa uu daba socday sida uu ku waramay Wasiirka Arrimaha dibeda Kenya Kalonzo Musyoka hadal dhawaan ay sheegtay saxaafada oo sheegayay in ay wadamada safka hore ee Kenya, Djibouti iyo Ethiopia ay ku kala qeybsan yihiin arrinta Soomaaliya. Wasiirku waxa uu sheegay in ay ku boorinayaan kooxaha Soomaalida ee shirka inaanay qaadin wax talaabo ah oo Qatar gelin kara wada hadalka oo haatan gaaray heer xasaasi ah.

Kalonzo Waxa uu uu sheegay in Dawlada Kenya ay sii wadi doonto dhexdhexaadinta wada hadalada nabada Soomaaliya iyo Suudaan, isagoo mar kale sheegay in dawlada Kenya ay diyaar u tahay inay ka qeyb qaadato ciidamo kasta oo nabad ilaalineed oo Soomaaliya la geeyo.

Dhinaca kale waxa uu beeniyey wararka sheegaya in Kenya ay isku dayayso inay dhexdhexaadiso xiriirka aan fiicneyn ee u dhaxeeya Soomaaliya iyo Ethiopia. Warbixin kale oo gaar ah ayuuna ku sheegay in Kenya marnaba aan la weydiisan inay dhexdhexaadiso labada wadan ee deriskeeda ah.

[DHAMAAD]


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