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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 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 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 attack becomes the second in two days and comes amid a political crisis in the country between the PM and the outgoing president Farmajo.
The commander of the Turkish-trained special police known as Haram'ad was among those wounded in the confrontation in the capital.
There is no immediate information about other casualties in Today’s explosion in the capital, which becomes the second in the same sit since last month. It happened around the main government offices.
Footage from the scene showing people in a panic running on the street as gunfire echoed in the background. The deadly infighting continued for minutes, halting the public transport for a while.
The car bomb struck a convoy carrying Benadir regional police commander Farhan Mohamed Aden, known as "Farhan Qaroole" who survived the blast at the busy Banadir junction.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the base bombing.
The exact number of the casualties still remains sketchy.
Mohamud who served in office 2012-2016 escaped unhurt from fire by security forces at a checkpoint on his motorcade near the Benadir regional court complex in the ancient Hamarweyne district.
Jazeera beach is a popular tourist destination where many people in Mogadishu go to spend time on weekends.