KDF Soldiers died as lone gun man opened fire in a military base in Southern Somalia. According to the information shared, fear engulfed Sarira Forward Military Operating Base in the Lower Jubba region of southern Somalia after a lone gun man gunned down 3 Kenya security officers in the base.
Information shared revealed that the gun man went on a shooting spree injuring 5 soldiers before a counter attack which saw him shot dead.
The Somali Public Armed force [SNA] has been in constant disagreement with the assailants and the important help from ATMIS, the US Africa Order, and nearby volunteer army has essentially expanded the stakes, assisting the public armed force with freeing vital towns across the Horn of Africa country.
As per reports, the assailants went after a Kenya Guard Powers [KDF] camp in Hosingow inside Lower Jubba. The Forward Working Base is under the Area II of ATMIS whose primary central command are in Dhobley town, Southwestern piece of the country.
The subsequent strike, the assailants guaranteed, designated the Ethiopian Public Guard Powers [ENDF] inside Waajid town in Southwest, a state which is inclined to Al-Shabaab assaults. Regardless, the Al-Shabaab didn't give the quantity of losses however kept up with that segments of the bases were obliterated.
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