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Federal government to launch intensive security operations in Mogadishu

Storyline:National News

Extraordinary meeting chaired by the Deputy Prime Minister and Religious Affairs Minister Ridwan Hersi Mohamed attended by National Security Agency chief, senior officers of the police, military, intelligence and AMISOM was held in Mogadishu on Tuesday night.

The participants discussed wide issues mainly maintaining security of the country particularly the capital city, Mogadishu and other important points.

The decisions reached during the intensive meeting include launching joint door-door search operations that will be conducted by the security forces in all the villages and garages in the capital to beef up security and prevent other possible terror attacks.

The spokesman of the ministry of national security Mohamed Yusuf Osman briefing the local media outlets after the meeting said these operations will be different from the previous operations adding that the federal will take over any house or garage found with explosives and illegal arms.

Finally the government urged the civilians to collaborate with the security agencies for the intensive operations to succeed by giving important tip-offs.

Recently the federal government has seized many weapons and explosives in Mogadishu after launching disarmament operations.