My Father Never Stopped Looking For Me
Murayo and her father were separated by war in Somalia. Her father, Mahad, spent the next 14 years searching for her. They tell Matthew Bannister their extraordinary story.
In 1994, at the height of the civil war in Somalia, Murayo Torregrossa was separated from her family. She was adopted by an Italian soldier. But her birth father, Mahad Mohamed Aden, never stopped looking for her. Fourteen years later, he managed to trace her, and they were later reunited.
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