The army had to aim keenly and sharply to bring down a suspected terrorist from the suicide bomber squad of Al-Shabaab who was targeting their base.
The shocking incident happened today morning in Biyo Adde village in the Middle Shabelle region in Somalia.
The media reports say the suicide bomber was targeting an army base with an explosive-laden vehicle but he was neutralized before reaching the base.
More so, it was reported that four soldiers sustained minor injuries during the attack.
"Somali National Army foiled suicide attack in Biyo Adde village of Middle Sh.region on Friday morning. The forces shot a terrorist driver of an explosive-laden vehicle before reaching the army base. SNA officials say 4 soldiers sustained minor injuries," the source said.
The killing of the bomber comes a day after 30 more terrorists were killed on Thursday. Special unit officers trained in Turkey carried out an offensive attack near Jalable village in the Middle Shabelle that also left key Al-Shabaab leader killed.
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