Police ask for the public’s help in securing Mogadishu
The police of Somalia’s federal government have asked the public to help secure the capital amid elections for the parliament leadership and president.
Speaking to reporters outside Parliament house, Mogadishu police boss Col Bishar Nur Geedi said security forces have beefed security the capital and its suburbs ahead of the election.
Mr Geedi has appealed to the public to work closely with the Somali Police Forces to help stabilize Mogadishu and prevent Al shabaab from disrupting the ongoing electoral process.
The Al Qaeda-linked Al shabaab militants have staged two massive car bombs near Mogadishu airport and killed over 20 people, the 1st attack since the start of 2017.