Somalia is endowed with two major Islands of Bajuni Island and Coiama Islands as summarized below
The Bajuni Island also known as Baajun Island is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean situated on the southern coast of Somalia from Kismayo to Ras Kiyamboni. The island lies at the northern end of a string of reefs that continues south to Zanzibar and Pemba.
The island is mainly inhabited by the eponymous Bajuni people. All Bajuni inhabitants of belong to the Nowfali sub-clan.
Coiama is Somalia’s largest island covering 6 square kilometres in the Indian Ocean. It contains two separate villages: mainly Koyama and Koyamani and these villages are rich in historic ruins and monuments such as pillar tombs. All inhabitants of the island belong to the Nowfali sub-clan.
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Islands in somalia have been summarised to include the following