Statement on The Assassination of Abas Siraaji inaa lilaahi wa inaa ilaahi raajicuun. Dadaab residents are mourning the death of their son from Dadaab. Indeed Dadaab has lost a fighter, hardworking and obedient son. Abaas spent most of his life in Dadaab. Living and learning under the scorching sun of Dadaab. He made […]
What is the worst thing which could happen to a family in Dadaab? Maybe not the worst, but something close. Consider one mother named Idil. She is a widow, aged 50, and she’s brought up three children, all on her own, two boys and a girl. You would imagine such a woman already has enough […]
Amina (not her real name), 8 years old going back to Somalia. (Photo credit: Abdirizack Africa) The United Nations Refugee Summit, 2016 As the world leaders convened in New York at the United Nations General Assembly on the 20th September 2016 to re-brand solutions to the crises of refugees and migrants- and called for collective […]
In this quick response article we will look into the credibility of #DenisOkari’s documentaries over the years. In his latest documentary which he wrongly termed Dadaab as”womb of terror” has really sent itching waves to many refugees in the camp. Denis is known for coming up with unethical documentaries- probably and mostly sponsored by business rivals […]
Dadaab voices is wishing all Muslim faithfuls connected to this page a happy Eid ul-Adha which will be celebrated tomorrow on 12th September 2016. Eid ul-Adha is celebrated annually on the 10th day of the 12th month which is Dhu al-Hijjah in the Islamic calendar. Eid ul-adha, also known as sacrifice feast is on of […]
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