Dhuusamareeb (AX) – At the very least ten al-Shabab militants have been killed in an inner conflict between two factions throughout the group in Mudug area’s Haradhere district, Sonali state-owned media reported on Sunday.
The combating broke out within the village of Amara after militants, led by a senior chief named Muhyadin Daqare, left the district in an try and defect to the Somali authorities.
However one other chief named Nunale, who claimed to be the commander of the Jabhad (army) unit, ordered his fighters to stop Muhyadin Daqare and different potential defectors from surrendering to the federal authorities.
In accordance with the Somali authorities, al-Shabab fighters combating one another have been captured, and senior al-Shabab commanders issued new directions to all members of the group in Harardhere district and its environment.
An order prohibits the group’s autos from leaving their present places and prevents militants from leaving the camp to which he belongs.
The al-Qaeda-affiliated armed group al-Shabab didn’t touch upon the conflict in Haradhere district, a militant stronghold within the Mudug area.