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20 doctors graduate in war-torn Mogadishu

Twenty doctors, of which twelve men and eight women, are the first in Somalia in two decades to graduate as a doctor from Benadir University in Mogadishu.
The graduation ceremony was held in Shamo Hotel and there were more then hundreds of participants on the hotel cheering to the young rising flowers regarding as doctors.

"It was hard for us to think that we will finish our course of learning, but we thank Allah who gave us this chance. Our war destroyed country has had no effective central government since 1991," said Nagmo Ali Omar, one of the graduators.

Video by Mohammed Odowaa, reporter in Mogadishu, Somalia.

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