The Somalia government through the cabinet minister in charge of information Osman Abokor Dubbe has named Kenya among the countries that are allegedly scheming against Somalia.This is after current president of Somalia Mohamed Farmaajo controversially extended his term as head of state courtesy of a parliamentary decision over the same, a decision that has been contested by the Somalia senate.
The African union has finally come out to break its loud silence on the controversial decision by president Mohamed Farmaajo's decision to extend his term as president.This is after Farmaajo signed into law a bill by the country's parliament to extend his mandate beyond the Constitutionally provided term by two years.
The Al-shabaab militants have been giving authorities not only in Somalia but East Africa at large sleepless nights as the militants remain a security menace in the region ever since they started aggressively expanding their terror activities.However, just like the proverbial 40 days, the government of Somalia has managed to nab several al-shabaab militants, capturing alive a number of them who had been on the radar of the authorities for a long time.
Al-shabaab Terrorists Break Silence After Heavy Attack, Killings at President's Residence in Somalia
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.
Collage of late President Idriss Deby and Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo.The sudden death of long-ruling Chad President Idriss Deby has caused unexpected tension at the Horn of Africa, Somalia to be specific, which has forced the Somali National Television (SNTV) to act.Somali National Television (SNTV) being the main media stream in Somalia, was among the first media houses to announce the passing away of President Idriss Deby.
Popular Somalia radio station Radio Dalsan is reporting that president Uhuru Kenyatta blatantly refused to meet up with Somalia president Mohamed Abdulilahi Farmaajo today to solve a long standing disagreement.Kenya and Somalia are embroiled in a disagreement over the Marine territory between the two countries, a disagreement that has seen the matter escalated to the International court of justice (ICJ), even though Kenya pulled out of the court proceedings.
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President Mohammed Farmaajo of Somalia has finally made a decision to allow elections in Somalia, this is despite the lower house of parliament giving him a 2 year term extension on his rule on 12 April 2021.President Farmaajo of Somalia [Photo/Courtesy] The amount of pressure that has been mounting on Somalia seems to have been the cause of his change in mind.
A deadly Tuesday morning attack in Somalia has killed a Deputy District Commission.According to sources, the deputy commissioner of the Daynile district Abdi Mohamed Mohamud was targeted in an explosive attack while at the Dar es Salaam, a neighbourhood in Mogadishu in the north.While no militia group has claimed responsibility, the federal government of Somalia has blamed Al-Shabaab.
Kenya and Somalia are currently in a border dispute which has lasted for more than a decade now, the main conflict area is a 100 000 kilometer square area in the Indian ocean that both countries believe to own it, this has brought enemity between the two countries several times.
African countries stems from a disagreement over which direction their border extends into the Indian Ocean.Somalia argues its maritime boundary should run in the same direction as the southeasterly path of the country’s land border.In contrast, Kenya claims the border should take a roughly 45-degree turn at the shoreline and run in a latitudinal line.
Media sources from Somalia this Wednesday say Al-Shabaab militants have suffered a huge blow after the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) forces launched a well-executed offensive attack against them The administration of the Lower Shabelle region in Somalia has said that dozens of Al-Shabaab fighters have been killed in an airstrike in the region.
Garowe online is reporting that heavily armed Militants whose identity has not been revealed yet have launched a massive attack on Somalia president Mohamed Farmaajo's official residence in Mogadishu, the capital city of Somalia.The Somali based media establishment reports that the assailants have used heavy mortar equipment in an attempt to topple the president's home that is usually guarded by the African union mission in Somalia (AMISOM) soldiers.
After the head of state of Somalia, President Mohammed extended his term of ruling in the country, the somalia government has accused Kenya and Djibouti of Scheming Against the country.According to the cabinet minister in charge of information in the country, Osman Abokor, Kenya is accused of influencing the upcoming contents about the country's Political crisis.
The Somalia government has confirmed that it has finally managed to arrest senior al-shabaab commanders who have been on the run for some time now since joining the militant group.As Darowe Online reports, the al-shabaab commandos have been arrested following a special operation by security forces that came after the group intensified their offensive against the Somali government.
Somalia has been always considered as one of the most unsecure place in Africa due to the presence of the Al Shabaab militant group which is believed to have close links with the Al Kaider and has been performing several attacks in the country mostly targeting civilians, the country became politically unstable in 1993 after the then government was overthrown.
Families living in Towfiq Internally Displaced Peoples (IDP) camp in Jowhar, Middle Shabelle region of Somalia, will now have access to clean water following the construction of a water well by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).The well was handed over to the Governor of the Middle Shabelle region, Ahmed Meyre Makaran, on Wednesday by the contingent commander of Burundi forces serving under AMISOM, Brigadier General Télesphore Barandereka.
The Bible serves as the point of reference and the guiding book to Christians globally.However, some African nations have illegalized the use of the Holy Book prohibiting anything to do with it.Below is a list of 3 African countries which have banned the use of the Bible: 1.
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Photo Courtesy.The Al-Shabaab terror group has continued to cause havoc around the east Africa region with several attacks reported across the region.Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Eritrea have been affected most by attacks by this terror group.The group has greatly affected development with Somali residents living in abject poverty as a result of the constant security threat being posed by the militia.