(photos courtesy) The Somalian army has managed to capture a rogue terrorist who led in the deadly borming of a Mogadishu hotel. According to information the Alshabab leader was nabbed in a fierce gun fight with the Somalian soldiers. Info SOMALI NATIONAL ARMY SNA Presented the alshabaab leader who lead explosions in Galgaduud Hassan cabdinuur was held last night in the outskirts of Dhusamareb A leader who led a group,who tried to raid city with explosives was treated with injuries he lead to where the keep
KDF soldiers photo courtesy The alshabab insurgency has for long periods of time continued to wreak havoc in Somalia and Northern parts of Kenya despite the heavy presence of Amisom forces and the Somalian forces. The alshabab are know to apply gorilla tacticts where they attack and quickly withdraw as quick as possible. They also make use of suicide bombers and indoctrinated fighters like was the case in Kenya where they attacked the Westgate Mall. A combination of Amisom forces assisted by the Somalian forces
Police Officer have managed to arrest several Somalian nationals who were making an ill entry in the country. This arrest comes at a time the country is currently battling terrorism with the kenyan defense forces eliminating several Militias each day. The kenyan Somalia Border has been a thorn in the flesh as the outlawed Alshabab group forced entry into the country killing innocent kenyans. Police Info SUB: ARREST OF ALIENS: Acting on early circulation of a m/v ferrying aliens, from Garissa to Malindi, DCI
Alshabab is a feared group that is highly concentrated in the Eastern Africa countries, Somalia acts the habitat for these ruthless killers who kill people for no good reason. The militia group has been creating trouble in the neighboring Somalia after staging several brutal attacks where residents were left dead. The Somalian army has been trying to neutralize these killers with a majority gunned down during raids. In sad news from the neighbouring country five ladies who were going to work at a military base
A deadly bomb blast in the central region of somalia has reportedly claimed 12 lives of the Somalian national army (SNA) who are reported to have been blown to pieces after stepping on a deadly IED. Photo:courtesy Case File According to the reports given by the witnesses or rather locals from the central part of Somalia, it was reported that the explosion occurred near one of the mosques where the vehicle ferrying a Somalian chief spy and his 11 body guards died after stepping on a bomb set in the middle of
In preparation to the exit of its peace keeping forces, the African Union In Somalia (AMISOM) has started training Somalian personnel on some effective standard security procedures. These trainings are being offered to the Somalian police and military; with the aim of leaving behind a stable Somalia in matters security and environment. African Union forces are committed to chiefly leave the host countries better than they found them. Somalia has been dealing with insecurity issues caused by terrorist groups
The Alshabaab terrorist group that has often been linked with Al-Qaeda has sworn that it will give a statement of its own, accounting for the performance of President Farmajo of tye Federal Government of Somalia, even as his 4 year term in office expires this February. The Alshabaab who are responsible for causing instability in Somalia have their own media wing which they will allegedly use to showcase Farmajo's failures and successes in office as president. The Alshabaab have been working hard to topple
Kenyans and Garissa residents have woken up to the sad news that the senator for Garissa Yusuf Haji has passed on. The steadfast politician who also served as the chairman of the Building Bridges Initiative had an outstanding administrative career starting of as a district officer in the 1960's then later becoming a provincial commissioner from 1970 to 1997. He was later on nominated as a member of parliament in 1998. This later proppeled him to be an elected leader under the KANU party Between 1998 to 2001.