Somalis in South Africa on their way to Harare to cheer Ocean stars
Hundreds of Somali nationals living in South Africa are in their final preparations to travel to Harare, ahead of Somalia’s away fight against Zimbabwe on Tuesday.
The leader of Somali community in South Africa, Amir Sheik and a key community activist Aydrus Ismail together with other active members of the Somali community in South Africa have embraced a huge task to get hundreds of Somalis travel to Zimbabwe.
“We have made all the arrangements for our trip. We are on our way to Harare, It is a national task we are accomplishing, as we are going to cheer our flag carriers” a key member of the Somali community in South Africa, Aydrus Ismail said.”
“They are our heroes and they are history writers. We are very proud of them and I am confident they can win again” Mr Aydrus Ismail added.
The Somali fans will be traveling both by road and by air. Those traveling by road have already started their journey to Harare. This is the first time in history that Somalis travel from country to country to cheer Ocean stars.
Somali Football Federation Media Department