Somali Bantu chief and scholar, Eng. Yarow Sharif Adan, passes away in Cardiff

Saturday March 18, 2023

 

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Cardiff (AX) – Eng. Yarow Sharif Adan, chairman of the Somali Bantu or Wagosha Cultural and Political Council, exceeded away in Cardiff, UK, on Friday. He was a scholar who studied at universities within the United Kingdom and Kuwait. Eng. Yarow was additionally a politician who performed a function within the re-establishment of Somalia’s authorities however spent his later years overseas attributable to his advocacy for the justice of his Bantu neighborhood in Jubba. He steadily criticized the Jubaland administration’s injustices.

Daoud Aways, Somalia’s Minister of Communication, expressed his condolences to Yarow’s relatives, kinfolk, and the Somali humans. He described Eng. Yarow as a well-spoken man who sacrificed his life for his nation and humans. “Eng Yarow Sharif Aden Mashemba, who passed away last night in Cardiff, Wales, UK, may God have mercy on him. He was an eloquent hero who gave up his life and fortune for the sake of his country and people. Eng Yarow has been a friend for the past twenty years, and we have collaborated extensively,” Aways acknowledged.

The Bantu communities of Gosha, Shabelle, Shidle, and Boni, collectively called (Wa) Gosha (actually, ‘humans of the forest’), reside within the Lower Juba Valley. The Gosha are the most important non-Somali minority group within the nation. They communicate a Bantu language and are commonly often called Bantu.

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