Somalia: National security forces repulse Al-Shabaab militant attacks on Main Prison

Mogadishu (HAN) September 1, 2014 – National security and Intelligence news. Somali’s national security forces have managed to repulse an attack launched by Al-shabaab militants on the Somali’s largest secure prison in Mogadishu, the Geeska Afrika Online reporter in Mogadishu reported on Sunday.

Somali National army regained control of a high security prison in the capital that was attacked by seven heavily armed Al-shabaab fighter who attempted to free other extremists held there, officials said.
A reliable source told Geeska Afrika Online, that Al-shabaab militants first action detonated car bomb near the gate of the main prison, own by NSS (Somali National security agency), then heavily armed militants tried to entered the main NSS building.


Al-shabaab militants used military uniforms to undermine physical security checkpoints before storming the prison, they’re inside now, according to Witnesses.

The Somali Islamic militant fighter with their radical elements in Mogadishu repeatedly attempted to gain control the main strategic location in Mogadishu.


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