Somaliland Receives International Reporters

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Cars clog a main road in Hargeisa, capital of the breakaway region of Somaliland. Photograph: Shashank Bengali/Getty Images

By Gulaid Dalha

Somali Commentator International reporters are storming to Somaliland to report the harsh drought that has battered throughout the country. A team of reporters from the Netherlands came to Hargeisa play their role and show the bad effects of this stringent drought to the outside world to hasten the aid.
Ali Jibril who is the director of True Cable – a newly introduced Television in Somaliland has invited the reporters to the country. Speaking to the press, he said, “It is our duty to help our people and call international reporters to broadcast these dreadful events to the outside world.”

Mr Jibril has also stated that the visiting reporters will also present the world to the real image of a small, stable, unrecognized country called Somaliland.

The territory has seen the harshest drought since time memorial – thousands of livestock died, people perished and the rest are amassing roads begging for food and pasture.

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