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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.
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.
Somalia is witnessing security threats from Al-Shabaab amid the chaotic electioneering period in the Horn of Africa country.
The terrorist group often carries out mass executions against people it accused of being spies and government soldiers in the country.
On Saturday, a deadly car bombing killed at least 8 people outside the presidential palace in Mogadishu amid political wrangles between top leaders.
The dead include a senior PM aide, a mother, and her two toddlers while over a dozen of others were wounded in the deadly Al-Shabaab car bomb attack on Saturday.
The top military court in Mogadishu announced on Thursday it has sentenced the two to 15 years for working with the Al-Shabaab terror group.
The family of the slain NISA officer filled a lawsuit against Fahad Yasin and three other senior spy officials blamed for the assassination of Ikran Tahlil.
The terror group has stepped up attacks on government-controlled areas in Somalia in an attempt to disrupt the ongoing parliamentary election.
Uganda was the first East African country to deploy troops under AMISOM into Somalia in March 2007, arrived in Mogadishu, part of it under Al-Shabaab control.
The alert comes as NISA head Fahad Yasin is in trouble for the alleged murder of spy agent Ikran Tahlil Farah who has been working as a cybersecurity expert.
Ibrahim deserted Al-Shabaab and surrendered to SNA, carrying with him two AK47 assault rifles and large amounts of ammunition.