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Talk about wasted water. We lack imagination and allowed ourselves to be led by cruel crooks. Djibouti is underwater as well. People were literally dying of thirst in Gedo, Bay, and Bakool. Go anywhere in the Somali peninsula, we are either dying of thirst or drowning in water.

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If one rainy season, water is captured, could be used for years.

Very unfortunate, most of these waters, don't even replenish underground  water but  end up all the way the ocean 

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12 minutes ago, Che -Guevara said:

Talk about wasted water. We lack imagination and allowed ourselves to be led by cruel crooks. Djibouti is underwater as well. People were literally dying of thirst in Gedo, Bay, and Bakool. Go anywhere in the Somali peninsula, we are either dying of thirst or drowning in water.

True it wasn't long ago when we heard of biyo la'aan ba'an from Gedo to kililka to Sanaag. 

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7 minutes ago, maakhiri1 said:

If one rainy season, water is captured, could be used for years.

Very unfortunate, most of these waters, don't even replenish underground  water but  end up all the way the ocean 

Absolutely, the sheer volume of the water in these seasonal rivers can fill giant lakes in a matter of hours. 

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I think Somalis must be one of the last or few humans on this planet who are still dealing with the most elementary of problems, which if not solved, means there can never be any progress whatsoever.

And it is the same everywhere Somalis live. The biggest river in Kenya flows through Garissa, and people there always complain of a lack of water.

They build airports, train military etc etc and it all means nothing if the average Somali cannot get water for themselves or their animals.

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It is fortunate many didn't lose their lives.

In Bari, people go sleep , no clouds, or rain,  n woke up in floods from up Sanaag, miles away.

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