1) He is not an ethnic somali (bantu)In Somalia, albinism is associated with many negative misconceptions and superstitions. As a result, many Somali albinos suffer stigma, alienation and even physical abuse. They have expressed their concerns that they are in extreme fear from the AU AMISOM forces since their first presence in Somalia.
we dont have any superstitions towards em... its his people that carve him up and use his body parts for witchcraft.its a rare genetic defect found in all groups, not just jareers lol
It probably exists in ethnic Somalis, but perhaps at a much lower frequency than in Eastern Bantus.
He is both right and wrong. Somali Albinos are more likely to be Bantu admixed because of high frequency of Albinism in Eastern Bantus, but the trait also exists in ethnic Somalis, but is extremely extremely rare.do you have any evidence to back up this random claim?
He's clearly ethnically Bantu. Many of the Bantu in Somalia are originally from places like Tanzania where its a lot more common than most places in the world.Why no Somali albinos from Djibouti, Jigjiga, Hargeisa, Erigabo, Las Anod etc places with combined millions of ethnic Somalis..
All of them from the South. I'm suspicious of their ancestry.