Banaadir Governor and Mogadishu Mayor visit liberated Daaru-Nicma area

The Governor of Banaadir and the Mayor of Mogadishu, Mr. Yusuf Hussein Jimcaale (Madaale), along with a delegation of officials, visited the Daaru-nicma area in the Middle Shabelle region on Friday. The area was recently freed from the control of the al-Shabaab militants, who have been waging a violent insurgency in Somalia for over a decade.

The Governor and his delegation were greeted by the local authorities, elders and residents, who expressed their gratitude and appreciation for the efforts of the federal government and the national army in restoring peace and security to their area. The Governor also inspected the situation of the displaced people who fled from the al-Shabaab attacks and assured them of humanitarian assistance and support.

In his speech, the Governor praised the bravery and sacrifice of the national army and the local people who fought against the al-Shabaab terrorists. He urged them to maintain their unity and vigilance and to cooperate with the security forces in preventing the return of the Khawarij, a term used to describe the extremist groups who deviate from Islam.

The Governor also highlighted the development projects that the federal government is implementing in the Middle Shabelle region, such as roads, bridges, schools and health centers. He said that these projects will improve the living conditions of the people and create opportunities for economic growth and social progress.

The Daaru-nicma area is one of the strategic locations that have been liberated from the al-Shabaab militants in recent months. The area is located near the Jowhar airport, which is a vital lifeline for delivering humanitarian aid and supplies to the region. The liberation of the area has also enabled the reopening of trade routes and markets that were previously blocked by the al-Shabaab.

Source: Somali National News Agency

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