The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) affirms today that Alshabab is the most environmental demolishers group inSomaliaand in the world.
The horn of Africa country ofSomaliawhich is almost lack of proper government system that has seen self-destruction through civil wars, has also allowed its environment to degrade to a level that cannot be described in words.
Two of Al-Shabaab’s largest sources of income come from cutting down
acacia trees for charcoal, which they illegally export primarily to
theUnited Arab Emirates and other Gulf countries and the seized foreign vessels due to their close ties to the Somali pirates.
Alshabab was recently started to social intermingling in order to keep away from what they have done by trying to be like business groups. Jubba Express Money Transfer & Financial Services is pretends as a Western Union agent in the greater horn of Africa to carry on a business of transmitting funds and buying and selling of foreign currencies but a good number of their staff is well qualified members of Alshabab fighters in Somalia.
“Obviously, Jubba Express does not registered as officially permitted bank system in Africa and in the world and I recognized this when I was tried to visit their Nairobi branch so as to interview about their close ties to Alshabab and Somali pirates “said Daud Abdi Daud of the Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA).
“They also abandoned their website (http://www.jubaexpress.com) for the sake of fear from the international community although we come across the website during our monitoring and evaluation and learn that they are working Kenya, South Sudan republic, Sudan, Uganda, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom (UK)” Mr. Daud added
The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) delighted to take part the national, regional and the global efforts for life and land saving programs on the war erupted country of Somalia and urge the key global countries to show the leadership the Somali people urgently need — let’s stand together now and help end the prolonged war in Somalia.
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