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Degmada Ceelafweyne ee Sanaag ee Beesha Haber Younis

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Degmada Ceelafweyne ee Sanaag ee Beesha Haber Younis

Postby Reer Burao » Sat Feb 23, 2008 12:21 pm


Here is some important information about one the most strategic towns in Sanaag:

The Iidarays of the Sacad Younis clan of Haber Younis are the original inhabitants of Ceelafweyn (Ceelafween), a town between Burco and Ceerigabo in Sanaag province of Somaliland.
Mahammed Nuur (Fiqi Egaal) was the first man to build a home near the famous water basin in the town. The town now has a sizable popualtion of habar-jeclo clan members who originally lived in the mountains in the vicinity of Ceelafweyn. Iidarays also live in Ceerigabo, Burco, Dararweyne, and Xudun Area. There is a large diaspora population of Sacad Yoonis branches in the UK.


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