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Somalia: Al Shabaab Bans Potatoes and Onions from Bulo Burde Markets

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    Somalia: Al Shabaab Bans Potatoes and Onions from Bulo Burde Markets

    Al Shabaab militias went around the town in pick ups fixed with loud speakers asking the residents to stop using Potatoes and Onions in their meals

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Al Shabaab militias went around the town in pick ups fixed with loud speakers asking the residents to stop using Potatoes and Onions in their meals

Hiiraan,Sunatimes - The Al Shabaab militia group has again made a strange move by announcing to the residents of Bulo Burde to stop using some of the vegetables they use daily for domestic purposes.

Al Shabaab militias went around the town in pick ups fixed with loud speakers asking the residents to stop using Potatoes and Onions in their meals. They threatened that they will punish the families who will not abide by the new order.

However, the Al Shabaab’s administration in Bulo Burde did not give any reason for the ban of the goods but only gave more threats such as carrying out inspection in the markets and houses to ensure that Potatoes and Onions are not consumed by the residents.

Two weeks ago Al Shabaab militias have banned the youth in Bulo Burde from watching football, particularly the ongoing world cup tournament. Some of the youth in the area have already left the town to Puntland and Ethiopia to watch the world cup.

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