News reaching the opera news desk reveal that a distinguished military official in Somalia has lost his life after an attack from the alshabab terrorists.
Yasin Abdi Tohow is believed to have lost his life after his vehicle stepped on an IED device and exploded. It was allegedly planted by the alshabab in middle Shabelle region where the official was traveling to.
This is no doubt a huge blow to the Somalia army as the deceased official was known to conduct numerous successful operations against the alshabab insurgency killing many and destroying their weapons.
So far the alshabab have already admitted responsibility for the deadly attack. This militants have continued to destabilize the Somalia nation for almost a decade now after they refused to recognize the legitimacy of the Somalia government.
The group is known to endorse and implement sharia law in their area of jurisdiction. They don't engage the Somalia court systems.
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