Football team players are feared to have been killed after the bus they were travelling in was hit by explosives. Sources from Somalia's Kismayo in Jubbaland confirmed that a car full of explosives had exploded near a police station in the port city of Kismayo. A reporter for the National Media in Kismayo reported that the vehicle went into flames after it rammed into a football team bus, adding that there were heavy casualties among the players on the bus.
Seven AlShabaab militants were earlier today killed following a heavy gunfight between the militia and Somalia National Army (SNA) forces in Abdalla Biroole village in Kismayo, Jubaland. The Jubaland Security Forces engaged the terrorists in a fierce gun fight after the militants tried to storm Abdalla Biroole military base, about 55Km SouthWest of Kismayo town, the capital of Somalia's Jubaland.
If you define what patriotism is, then Kenya Special Forces should come into ones mind. These are individuals who risk their lives beyond what an ordinary citizen would do for their country. They rarely come to the lime light but when they do, their impact is felt.
Photo courtesy Alshabab terrorists attack has been among challenges that are facing many city state in Africa. For example country like Kenya has been experiencing those attacks whereby Alshabab terrorists have reportedly bombs several buldings in Kenya eg West gate and also attacked PSV vehicles. According to the news report that has been shared on social media by TV47 Kenya ,another Alshabab attack has been reported at Kismayo region in Somalia.
The Kenya Defence Forces troops serving in Somalia under the African Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), on 28 September 2021, donated 50 beds and mattresses to students in Kismayo. Addressing the local administration, elders and teachers, at the New Airport FOB, Colonel Leonard Makunga emphasized the importance of education to the youth urging them that guns can kill terrorists but education kills terrorism.
Seven people died on the spot including a six months old baby after the vehicle they were travelling in hit an improvised explosive device (IED). According to sources from Somalia, the explosive which went off on Monday at around 6 pm had been planted on the road connecting Kismayo and Dobley which is mostly frequented by the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) in Somalia. The sources said the civilians were moving from Kismayo and Dobley when they hit an IED which left seven people dead and several others injured. However,
The Deputy Force Commander of the African Union Mission in Somalia, (AMISOM) in charge of Support and Logistics, Maj. Gen Gerbi Regassa Kebede on Monday and Tuesday paid a working visit to AMISOM sector two and six headquarters in Dhobley and Kismayo respectively as part of his familiarization tour to acquaint himself with the peacekeeping mission’s progress in its areas of responsibility. On landing at Dhobley airport on Monday, Maj Gen. Kebede, who recently assumed his post, was received by the commander
The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) troops serving under the African Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) based at New Airport Forward Operating Base (FOB) in Kismayo, in conjunction with the Jubaland Administration and Kismayo business community distributed an assortment of food items to residents living near the FOB, amid allegations terrorists killed their soldiers.
Football and other sporting activities have been used as a way of enhancing co existence among people from different countries, cultures and societies. Football clubs around the world are made of players signing from different countries, races and diversities. However, there has been a very tragic report whereby four footballers have been killed while six others were fatally injured.
Female soldiers of Kenyan Defence Forces, KDF, serving under the African Union Mission in Somalia, AMISOM, on Saturday donated foodstuffs and medical kits to the community in Kismayo. In a ceremony held at the AMISOM Sector 6 base in Kismayo, the female soldiers donated the items to enable fellow women in Kismayo to meet their nutrition and health needs.
African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) has conducted civilian protection and human rights training for AMISOM’s Ethiopian National Defence Forces in Kismayo, Jubaland State, as to reiterate the need to protect civilians during their operations. Conducted by the AMISOM’s Protection, Human Rights and Gender Unit, the training covered parts of International Human Rights frameworks, Child protection (Children in situations of armed conflict), prevention of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence (CRSV) and Sexual and Gender-based violence (SGBV).
Al-Shabaab is famously known for its gruesome murders and terrorist activities it has meted on several East African countries in the recent past. However, the other side of this ISIS linked terrorist organization was not known for long until Kenya, through its Kenya Defense Forces soldiers entered the port of Kismayo in Somalia. Piles of charcoal at the port of Kismayo Photo: gettyimages When Kenya had decided that it was enough, they launched an offensive against alshabaab. One of the key aims was to destabilize
Nine people were violently killed when the car they were travelling in stepped on an improvised explosive device that has been burried along the road. A young lady and her son were among the dead. Among those who died was a mother and her baby who were on their way back to Kenya from Kismayo, the sea port city of Jubaland. The lady visited kismayo from Mombasa just few months ago in order to deliver her baby there and they met an untimely death together with the others. The vehicle they were travelling in was
The nation of Somalia is more modern than many people give it credit for. It has many beautiful cities as these amazing photos will prove. Enjoy! 1 .Mogadishu. The capital city of Somalia looks amazingly modern. The skyline is coming up nicely. The city has 2.5 million residents.2 . Hargeisa. The capital of Somali state of Somaliland looks so cool. It hosts around half a million people.3 . Berbera. This port city in Somaliland has around 250,000 people. Skyline is coming up well.4 . Kismayo. The port city South
On Friday, people were killed and injured in an explosion that targeted a bus carrying football players in the southern Somali city of Kismayo. According to official media, a bus carrying players from the football club “JCCI” was bombed in Kismayo. And the sources added: “The car was carrying about 20 people from the club’s staff.
The African Union Mission in Somalia, AMISOM, has commemorated the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict with a commitment to address conflict-related sexual violence in the country. Senior AMISOM officials, women representatives, human rights defenders, peacebuilders, traditional and religious leaders met in Baidoa and Kismayo to commemorate the day.