Malcolm X Travel

Ali Abdi and Abbiaziz bin Geleh
Ali Abdi and Abbiaziz bin Geleh

A new development for Spital Hill; it’s first dedicated travel agency.

Ali Abdi, a local resident for many years and active in community affairs since 2001, finally managed to open the Malcolm X Travel shop on June 1st this year, after long negotiations with BNDfC.

Assisted by Abbiaziz bin Geleh, Ali Abdi can supply world wide air tickets and Hajj and Umrah pilgrimage package deals. A family man himself with three young children, he says “We are friendly and reliable, we understand family needs and will arrange customised packages, including transport to airports, to suit your plans”. Somali, Arabic and English languages are spoken.

Instant money transfers can also be made on-line while you wait. Future possibilities include providing cargo shipping to African countries.

Open 7 days per week Mon –Sat 10am -7pm and Sun 11am – 5pm.

Tel 0114 275 8985 or email:

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