TEHRAN (FNA)– Sources in Djibouti revealed that officials of the relief committees in the African country are selling loads of humanitarian aid, sent by different countries to the war-stricken Yemeni people, at high prices in the black market.
Aden al-Qad news website quoted sources in Djibouti as saying that “out of every 100 ships of humanitarian aids sent for the Yemeni people, the cargoes of only 10 ships are delivered to the poor Arab nation and the rest is sold to African and Arab traders”.
Local sources in Djibouti reported that the weak performance of the relief workers in Djibouti has created an opportunity for the relief committee officials to gain hundreds of millions of dollar through selling the aids to the Kenyan, African and Egyptian traders and black market middlemen.
“These officials also forge documents and claim that the aid ships are on their way to Yemen and…
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