More photos of cute Somali girl who stole hearts of social media users emerge

More photos of cute Somali girl who stole hearts of social media users emerge

A while ago, Safa Idriss Nour was the adorable little Somali girl who melted a lot of hearts on social media after photos of her surfaced online. Now she is a big girl changing the world one step at a time.

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Well, its been a few years and the pretty little baby girl is slowly growing into a powerful woman as that Safa has become even more beautiful, bringing a difference to her country and hopefully the world as well.

A Twitter user had earlier shared photos of Safa on the platform, revealing she could never forget the beautiful Somali girl who stole her heart. Well, Safa who was born in a slum in Dijibouti known for female g*nital mutilation in Somalia, was one of the lucky few girls who were not circumcised and she has gone on to win more hearts with her works.

Her fame on social media made her to become one of the faces of a program known as Desert Flower Foundation, which is dedicated to saving little girls from the horrible mutilation. From her Instagram page, she has become pretty popular in her country and even models as well, gathered.

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It's amazing how one single post can change a life. From a little girl in the slums with no hopes of a better future to a girl changing her conutry one step at a time.


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