Somali’s NISA Probe Suspected Al-Shabaab Bombers

Somali’s NISA is probing suspected Al-Shabaab bombers linked to an explosion at Hamarweyne, Mogadishu’s oldest district.

According to initial probe details, a vehicle fitted with explosives (IEDs) exploded at the centre of Somali’s capital Mogadishu on Monday afternoon.

The blast happened near a building known as Guriga Hooyooyinka (Women’s Building), which headquarters the Somali Women Association.

Confirming on the incident, Information minister Abdurahman Osman Yarisow said on that the suspected vehicle exploded before anti-mine agents arrived at the scene, however, the officials managed to apprehend the suspected perpetrators.

Yarisow also noted that no casualties suffered from the blast saying only properties were damaged as most of the people in the area had been alerted to leave.


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