The SNA chief stated Eritrean-trained troops will be part of the offensive

Mogadishu (AX) – SNA Chief Normal Odawa Yusuf Rageh believes the return of the Eritrean-trained Somali troopers will considerably enhance the continuing army offensive in opposition to Al-Shabaab.

Talking to VOA Somali Service, the final stated present army operations in opposition to Al-Shabaab are going extraordinarily properly, including that SNA models and allied clan militias have liberated nearly all districts in central Somalia’s Hiiraan and Center Shabelle.

- Advertisement -

Odawa declined to say whether or not the SNA was mobilizing to direct the offensive to southern areas, together with Jubaland and the southwestern states.

Normal Odawa stated he was assured of the SNA’s capabilities, particularly in dispersing IEDs. He stated that particular SNA models have gained invaluable expertise in recent times and in consequence the menace has been considerably lowered.

IED assaults have develop into a trademark of Al Shabaab’s decades-long insurgency in Somalia.

A bomb blast in southern Somalia killed a high intelligence official spearheading the offensive in early December. Days later, authorities in Jowhar confirmed that two individuals, together with an airport supervisor, had been killed in a landmine explosion outdoors the town.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept

Privacy & Cookies Policy