A body of seven-month -old boy was been recovered from the rubbles on Sunday, three days after an Al-Shabaab attack that left at least 25 people killed in Mogadishu.
According to Somali authorities, the boy identified as Munasar Mohamed was with his mother who worked at a beauty salon on Maka al-Mukarama road when Al-Shabaab detonated a powerful car bomb as part of a complex attack involving suicide bombers.
The car bomb and suicide blast brought down multi-story buildings and destroyed structures alongside the busy road beside killing innocent Somalis going about their businesses.
Somali President, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo paid a visit to some of the citizens wounded in Maka Al-Mukarama double car bomb attack last week.
The head of state talked to some of the victims at their hospital bed while wishing them quick recovery.
President Farmajo thanked the medics at the main hospital for their efforts to save the lives of Somalis saying terrorists will never win over the resilient people of Somalia.
During the attack Al-Shabab constantly claimed that their fighters targeted one of the biggest hotels known as Maka Al-Mukarama but it became clearer that the militants entered a two-story building next to the hotel; thus, could have missed their target.
In a statement issued on Sunday, Al-Shabab claimed they had killed 45 government officials in the hotel. Al-Shabaab also falsely claimed that no civilians were killed in the attack.