Somalia is not just a story of violence and state failure. Focus on our strengths
Secret report Keydmedia received from residents in the district added that Al-shabaab alleged the maize was brought by WFP, world food program, which they said expelled from the residents they controls, but the businessmen denied the allegation.
Al-shabaab leaders in Elbur swore the businessmen will be punished if they once again bring maize in the district and surrounding area.
Abdi Adde, Mahamed Osman, Abdullahi Dirir and Hasan Hashi the four businessmen whom Al-shabab looted their property have not yet say about their future business in the region.
Al-shabaab, the extremists, already rejected WFP to continue working in Somalia specially, the residents in under their control and warned its contractors.
In Somalia, where the needs are extreme, multiple, and urgent, there is no shortage of development projects, but more often than not, this dominates the global view of Somalia. However, this is not the full story.