The international aid agencies, including the UN, have raised concerns over the mass expulsion of the people from Somaliland who previously fled their regions over conflict and droughts.
Galmudug and Somali government forces have set up bases between Guriel and Eldhere as they prepare to unleash an assault to dislodge the Sufi sect combatants from the whole Galgadud region.
So far, the government has not learned a lesson from the attacks in the country and the security is still weak, due to the incompetence of the leaders who waste their time in office on internal political rows.
The UN agency added that an estimated 200,000 people in Jubaland, southern Somalia are currently requiring urgent water assistance due to severe drought conditions.
The incident happened after a remote-controlled landmine struck KDF troops traveling between Milimani and Bargoni areas in the Lamu region near the porous Somalia border.
He assured as the commander in chief, he was committed to solving the issue amicably while urging for calm stating that the government was seized of the matter.
The court ruled that most part of the disputed area belongs to Somalia, in what the experts say is beyond the expectation.
The murder comes amid intensified attacks in the country by Al-Shabaab, an Al-Qaeda ally in East Africa that wants to oust the UN-backed Somali government in Mogadishu.
The disputed sea border is rich in oil and gas. Somalia argues its maritime boundary should run in the same direction as the southeasterly path of the country's land border.
The council added that it was concerned that it was not yet clear to the Somali public the exact timing of the lower house elections, according to the statement.
The African Union (AU) says Al-Shabaab remains a potent threat to national security and that prompted a need to change the war strategy in Somalia. The government has already rejected the plan.
Galmudug state leader Ahmed Qoor-Qoor was accused of planning a major assault on Guri'el town after the Somali government sent troops to the region.