Radio Dalsan is reporting that Somalia based militant group Al-shabaab has finally come out to break its silence after a terror attack was reported at president Mohamed Farmaajo's official residence in Somalia.
In the attack on the head of state's residence, two people were killed with others left Critically injured. The militants had deployed heavy artillery, using mortars to breach security at the establishment that is manned by AMISOM soldiers.
And now, the media station reports that al-shabaab has claimed responsibility over the attack on Farmaajo's official residence that is located near the country's parliament buildings.
"AlShabaab claims responsibility of mortar attack targeted the vicinity of presidential palace in Mogadishu. At least 2 people were killed and six others wounded in the attack," the report said.
The militant organization has been striving to topple the Somalia government and establish a parallel Islam governance structure in the volatile country. They have targeted government officials in the past.
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