If you ever wanted to travel to Northern Djibouti, the afar region of ethiopia or their base in Eritrea it would beneficial, plus there's no harm in learning a second language especially one located close to us, also if you have somali/canfaari/english skills you can get hired by the un and other organizations. So yes in a way it can get you money. When the canfaars spot booms their new port etc,Is Afar language going to get me money? if no, then screw it. I am sticking to my Somali..
Ah I remember that thread one of my favorites! Your're right marques it's more or less the same just with accent differences, for example some dialects of Oromo and the canfaari language retained Kon as 5 but we say shan. but we dont say shantum for 50. Dunno why that changed there were some theories but none concrete.The Canfar-Somali relationship isn't like the Oromo-Somali relationship. The former live in peace with ethnic Somalis in Djibouti whilst the latter have been at war with us for centuries...
Btw, how do the Afars/Omoros count? I remember thread showing how they count almost identical to us, like kow labo sadex afar etc
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