Dalsan Radio (Mogadishu)

Somalia: Benadir Regional Administration Comments On the Security of the Capital

Deputy Governor of Benadir regional administration has vowed a full scale operation will be launched to make sure that the capital city is enough safe.

Deputy Governor of Benadir regional administration Warsame Mohamed "Warsame Jodax" officially announced the new measures to secure days after double suicide explosions that hit a hotel in Mogadishu killed more than 10 security forces.

"Our intention is to develop the security in the capital city and we will do more on that end." Warsame Jodax said.

"We have to bring additional energy toward securing the whole city and making sure that the citizens in Mogadishu would eventually feel enough safe." He added.

Last week Al Shabab claimed the responsibility of two suicide blasts targeted at Jazeera Hotel where government officials were staying. The attacks came on the first day of the New Year.

Many of Mogadishu residents are yet asking number of unanswered questions on how securing Mogadishu will be simple job even after Al Shabab's visible power in the urban areas was defeated three years ago.

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