Somalia: Somali Govt Troops Accused of Involving Dhusamareb Conflict

The vice president of the central regions administration Abdullah Hersi Diirshe (Prof Da’ad) has accused the Somali national army soldiers in Galgadud of involving Dhusamareb fight.

“It’s unfortunate that SNA took part in conflict instead of restoring peace and stability of the country,” said Prof Da’ad while speaking to Radio Shabelle by phone from Dhusamareb town.

He stated that Adado city, the current seat of the interim Galmudug administration is the nerve centre of the attacks against the key towns under his government (Ahlu Sunna Waljama).

Since 2008, the central city has witnessed series of attacks as it changed in hands between Al shabaab, Ahlu Sunna and Somalia’s federal government troops.