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Mogadishu startup tries to revive banana export industry

In Somalia, banana farmers are trying to revive what was once a lucrative export business. The fruit used to be one of the country's main exports before the civil war erupted in 1991. Philip Owira has more. #Banana #Somalia #Mogadishu

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