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Security meeting held in Barawe

Storyline:National News

Security Conference between the district commissioner, district officers and security officers was held in Barawe, the designated administrative capital Interim South-West state.
Hussein Barre Mohamed, Barawe district commissioner told Goobjoog News that they were discussing on the security issues of the town.
“We have taken brief meeting with the town’s security officers and district officers on security of town. We have agreed upon to cooperate and work jointly to tighten the security of the town” he said.
Meanwhile Hussein highlighted security operations launched by Somali government forces in number of suburbs in Baraawe town.
“The government forces have carried out several operations after suspected members of Al-Shabab fighters killed several people in the town” he said.
Barawe a town situated about 150km from the country’s capital, Mogadishu used to be the largest stronghold for Al-Shabab’s top officials and its foreign jihadist fighters before fled
from the town after heavy military assault by the Somali government forces and the African Union mission in Somalia [AMISOM].