Dadaab Refugees To Be Settled At Camp North of Kismayu


Foreign CS Amina Mohamed reiterated that Dadaab refugees will be repatriated and carried out in a humanely way.

CS Mohamed told a tripartite meeting yesterday when she met Somali Affairs minister Abdisalam Omer and representatives of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees for Kenya and Somalia in her office.

Both ministers stressed of their commitment to working together towards a successful repatriation.

Kenyan government has set a taskforce to ensure repatriation moves on successfully.

Sheikh Ahmed Madobe, the leader of Jubaland has on his part promised 10,000 hectares north of Kismayu to resettle nearly half a million Dadaab refugees.

He confirmed that the Somali government is ready to receive the refugees and appealed to the international community to help finance the exercise.




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