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River Dawa in Gedo

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River Dawa in Gedo

Postby mudugawi » Mon Nov 22, 2010 12:36 pm

hey guys, do any of you know any additional information about this river on the border of gedo's beledxaawo region with kenya. Gedo is blessed walahi, 2 permanent rivers in a dry area plus gold, gas/petroleum and other rich minerals. If only this region and other regions in the land could get rid of Al Sheytaan. This is what I managed to get from wikipedia:

Dawa River
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Dawa River

Basin countries Ethiopia Kenya Somalia
The Dawa River is a perennial river in southeastern Ethiopia. Rising in the mountains east of Aleta Wendo, the Dawa flows south and east to join with the Ganale Dorya at the border with Somalia to become the Jubba. The river forms part of the Ethiopia–Kenya border and part of the Ethiopia–Somalia border.
The river valley is relatively wide, with gently sloping sides of exposed bedrock. The lower part flows through a valley which would be classed as a relatively young erosion cycle. Prospectors have found gold along the Dawa between the Awata and Kojowa tributaries. The titanium minerals rutile and ilmenite were found by geologists working for the Texas Africa Exploration Company in 1958.

Here is a youtube link about the dawa river in the Manheera region of Northeastern Kenya:


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Re: River Dawa in Gedo

Postby qoraxeey » Tue Nov 23, 2010 5:34 am

what there more rivers in Gado :o

aniguu waxaan oga leeh Jubba ( aka ganaane)

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Re: River Dawa in Gedo

Postby udun » Wed Nov 24, 2010 11:18 am

qoraxeey wrote:what there more rivers in Gado :o

aniguu waxaan oga leeh Jubba ( aka ganaane)


I am moving to Gedo Qoraxeey. How about you?

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Re: River Dawa in Gedo

Postby qoraxeey » Wed Nov 24, 2010 4:25 pm

udun i wont move there to live .. i will just buy a house and land there like my grandaddy :lol: :lol:

it can be summer house camaal

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Re: River Dawa in Gedo

Postby abdirisak22 » Mon Nov 29, 2010 3:47 am

45-50km of eastern bank of Dawa river is in Gedo from Malka harey to Dolloow, i assume its all Hawraarsame and rer Ahmed deggaan. it is a place where all contraband and shifta business is in progress 24/7. you dont have guts to go that area so dont even think about it.

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Re: River Dawa in Gedo

Postby ahmed yey » Mon Nov 29, 2010 9:40 am

It is very peacefull ineed ,i would settle there inshaalah.


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