Inflation speeds up in Jowhar, south of Somalia

The locals now felt forgotten as they remain disconnected from the neighboring Mogadishu with no other alternative to seek refuge to survive.

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Inflation speeds up in Jowhar, south of Somalia

MOGADISHU, Somalia -- The people of Hishabelle state capital of Jowhar are facing a shortage of foodstuff and other livelihoods after the prices have skyrocketed following the heavy floods that recently washed away homes and blocked roads.

As the river burst its banks to the surrounding country-sides of Jowhar, the transportations of goods are slow incoming thereby making it harder to afford the prices with the inflation reportedly hit the highest rates ever in recent history.

The city has recently faced fierce fighting between militiamen known as Ma-awisley and the state’s armed forces following the apprehension of some of their leading figures that left the death of top state officials.

The locals now felt forgotten as they remain disconnected from the neighboring Mogadishu with no other alternative to seek refuge to survive.

The floods have forced many to flee their residences as large swathes of the region’s most densely populated areas swept away.

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