The corpses of people found on the migration route between Ethiopia and Yemen, taken at an unspecified date. Photo taken from a video produced by the Djibouti office of the International Office for Migration.
Residents of Selel in two different locations found the remains of five trekking travellers believed to be illegal immigrants of Ethiopian origin.
Earlier reports indicated that only one traveller died of thirst and heat related causes have now been confirmed to be by the THT.
According to our sources, the bodies were found between Jidi, Asha-ado, Eelgaal , Saylac and Lawya-ado rangelands in spate 48 hours to a week.
According the area residents the five trekking travellers believed to be illegal immigrants of Ethiopian origin where on transit to Djibouti.
Police in the area urged residents to report any movements of people to be illegal immigrants.
The remains of the dead were by the Saylac Municipal council with the help of Somaliland Red Crescent Societies.
This is not the first time that such trekkers perished in similar circumstances in the same area.
By Goth Mohamed Goth