Ethiopia: Thousands of Ethiopians migrate to Somalia

Bossaso (HAN) February 28, 2015 – Public Diplomacy and Regional political news. Thousands of Ethiopians migrate to Somalia In search of a better life. Ethiopians ‘migrating’ to Somalia Puntland region.

A growing number of people from the Ethiopian Oromo tribe are migrating to Somalia’s autonomous Puntland region. Many of these migrants help boost the local economy, some local leaders want to see them deported.

Al Jazeera’s Hamza Mohamed reports from Bossaso, Somalia.


 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Do they’local leaders’want an exchange with ethiopia or is just a xenophobic attitude toward ethiopians? How many somalis living in ethiopia,kenya,djibouti?

  2. dis is d secret plane of Weyane to Oromia people as the Derge to Tgray people Scatering via Ethiopia provinces n traying to Weaken WEYANE.

  3. close to 100,000 live in Somaliland and am happy for thm,they r my brothers,we live in Ethiopia,too. Let the people mix so we can have lasting peace and prosper.

  4. ethiopia political system is not good for my people anymore we had to leave our beloved country because of the ruling party.
    My father told as we can not go back now, we will when Oromia is FREE.

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