Mortars hit the presidential fence in Somalia.
Apr. 09 (Jowhar.com) – More news is being received about a number of mortars that were hit in the presidential area, which caused various losses.
About five mortars were said to have fallen in the 2nd sector of the Common Property, especially in the area of the school on May 15 during the opening ceremony in Mogadishu.
The sound of mortars was heard in many parts of the districts of Banadir Region, with fear facing the people of the capital.
Preliminary reports indicate that there has been a loss of life and injuries to civilians and the security forces of the Somali Presidency.
The security agencies did not talk about the Mortars, and this follows the insecurity that has been increasing in Mogadishu these days.
Mortars hit the presidential area in Somalia causing loss of life and injuries. Security agencies have not provided any information about the incident.
On May 15th, the capital city of Somalia, Mogadishu, was hit with mortars causing fear among the people of the city. The mortars fell in the 2nd sector of the Common Property, particularly in the area of a school during its opening ceremony.
The sound of the mortars was heard in many parts of the Banadir Region districts, adding to the fear of the people. Preliminary reports indicate that there have been casualties among civilians and the security forces of the Somali Presidency.
Unfortunately, the security agencies did not provide any information about the mortar attack, following the increasing insecurity in Mogadishu in recent days. The lack of information from security agencies has made the fear and anxiety of the people even worse.
This incident is not the first in the city, as Mogadishu has faced multiple attacks from terrorist groups in the past. The country has been struggling with security issues, and the government is constantly working to improve the security situation.
The mortar attack is a reminder that the city and the country still face significant security challenges that need to be addressed. The government of Somalia needs to work more effectively towards ensuring the safety of its citizens.
The people of Mogadishu deserve to live in peace and security, and the government must take all necessary measures to prevent such incidents from happening again. It is essential that the government increases its efforts to ensure the safety of the people and the stability of the country.
In conclusion, the mortar attack in Mogadishu is a tragic reminder of the security challenges that Somalia faces. The government must take all necessary measures to ensure the safety of its citizens and work towards a peaceful and stable future for the country.
The people of Mogadishu deserve to live in a safe and secure environment, and it is the government’s responsibility to make that a reality.