Somali police officers trained in Djibouti back home

The homecoming of the soldiers is expected to urgently stay on the frontline of cleansing the terrorists and maintain security and stability in the country.

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Somali police officers trained in Djibouti back home

MOGADISHU, Somalia - An aircraft carrying a contingent of the Somali police who completed a three-month training in Djibouti landed in the Somali capital Mogadishu on Friday.

Senior police officials have received the trainees at Aden Abdulle International airport and escorted them to their base, joining will the Darwish Unit in securing the capital and conducting counter-terrorism ops.

Italy, which has been a reliable partner in rebuilding the Somali army has trained the police force members in the neighboring Djibouti, where most of the security forces are being trained.

This comes as thousands of youths sent to Eritrea by NISA chief Fahad Yasin in 2020 for training are still missing with reports that most of them have been killed while fighting against TPLF in the Tigray region.

On May 20, Somalia's PM will host a meeting with the leaders of the regional states in Mogadishu, in what has described a one-step towards an inclusive election to take place in the country under the 17 Sep Agreement.

The outgoing leader, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has not just failed to hold the election on time but otherwise created a political unrest that resulted in deadly violence in Mogadishu that displaced between 60,000 and 100,000 from their houses last month.


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