Babygirl- wrote:I will buy one of those Island's.
Cool I tought the Islands were owned by Bajunis/Swahili Speakers..
There was a visit by UN officials to the Bajuni Islands in early 2002 which
found 3,000 Bajuni families living on the islands compared to only 50 in 1994.
They had been able to return to their home areas. They were still not able to own
boats with engines, only traditional sailing boats. Recent Marehan settlers still
had effective control over the islands. The Bajuni had worked for them as paid
once Kismayo's liberated
Phd in naago kudis wrote:seriously u r one handicapaad twat....we own dis nd dat..like a fokin 10 year old chick
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