2 February 2014

Somalia: Parliarmentary Committee On Foreign Affairs Says That Somali Citizens Face Difficulties in Kenyan Airports

Mogadishu — Mohamed Omar Dalha who is the vice chairman of the parliarmentary committee on foreign affairs told Shabelle radio station that Somali citizens travelling from Kenyan airports are often frustrated by airport auhorities in Kenya.

Mr. Dalha continued that travellers from Mogadishu's Adan Adde international airport are such severely but when they land at Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta's airport, Somali citizens are such searched and frustrated unlike other citizens who hold other passports.

the vice chairman added that Somali's in Kenya often get arrested because they are suspected of having links with Alshabab fighters.

Mr. Dalha has urged the Somali federal Government to intervene as it is has recieved it's international recognition from the world but countries like Kenya are yet to respect the Somali authorities.

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