State representatives from Somalia are currently engaged in discussions aimed at resolving the longstanding conflict between the Hawadle and Abgal clans.

Jowhar (HOL) – The Director of the Somali National Security and Intelligence Agency (NISA), Abdullahi Mohamed Ali Sanbaloolshe, urged traditional elders in the Middle Shabelle region to work together to stop deadly inter-clan conflicts along the Hiiraan-Middle Shabelle border.

The land dispute between the Hawadle and Abgal communities has led to violent clashes in the Moqokori and Aden Yabal districts, highlighting the seriousness of the situation.

A mediation gathering between the two clans took place in the Middle Shabelle region on Saturday. Various government officials, such as the Chairman of the Military Court, Ali Noor Shute, Hiiraan State President Ali Jayte Osman, and Sanbaloolshe, were present.

“I am saddened by the situation here; no Somali citizen or government official is happy about what has happened. It is unfortunate. I believe we have a mutual adversary, but we should not turn against each other,” Commander Sanbaloolshe stated during the meeting.

The NISA Director stressed that the federal government will not tolerate illegal checkpoints in Hirshabelle administrative zones, pointing out their prevalence in many areas.

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