New Year Mogadishu Welcomes Explosion

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Somalia(ANN)-Mogadishu, in the new year 2022, a suicide bomber blew himself up after a Car Bomb exploded, not reaching its intended target.

The car bomb, a Harrier luxury car, exploded near the Bar -Ubah intersection in Mogadishu today, according to Hawl-wadag District Police Commander Najib Abdi Abib.

Najib Abdi Abib Najib, the police chief of Howl-wadaag police station, said the vehicle fasted and into a military checkpoint at the Arwo -dko intersection and then exploded as troops pursued.

As a result, the police officer confirmed that the driver of the vehicle was the only one killed in the blast caused by the car being loaded with explosives.

Two other people were also injured in the blast, which ripped through a restaurant at the intersection, although a police official said no casualties were reported and two people were injured in the blast.

The blast, the first of its kind in the new year 2022, is not uncommon in Mogadishu, but today’s blast, which coincides with the start of the new year, appears to be a celebration of bombings and assassinations. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, But seems The group of terrorist assures them that they will continue.

The political rift between President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo and his prime minister, Mohamed Hussein Roble, appears to be easing the security situation and giving al-Shabab a major battle. Federal Government and AMISOM Troops in Somalia.

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