Somali MPs want to grill NISA director over security lapse
Mohamed Artan Shuriye, one of Ahlu-suna officials in central regions told reporters that they will take action against everybody having illegal weapons in the cities that their administration takes control.
Mr Artan also told that the arms cannot be sold in those areas and cannot be taken into through the environment, adding that they will catch suspects that are seen to be dangerous to the security over there.
Warnings and orders from Islamist militias are increasing recently forcing people what they thought of and punishing people by no means but showing hatred they are taken.
She got in trouble after vowing to put forward the controversial gender bill to the house for approval amid the public uproar about allegations of anti-Islam points in the law.