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Dear Sirs,
Below is a letter from Queen Abdula Omar and YOPA is a massenger from her.

I am a Somali girl, named Queen Abdula Omar, 18 years of age and a high school graduate who beause of disease has been crippled for life. That is, I can not walk or move both my legs correctly.
Besides, I had been orphaned by the civil war in Somalia and no national , local government organization or an other family took me into care officially when my father died. I therefore experience a frightining feeling of helplessness owing to the dreadful conditions in which I live. I feel lonely, miserable and abondoned.
Please, give me your support in any posible way. Please help me in my hour of need.

Yours Truly


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