US military steps drone strikes in Somalia
The commander of the Turkish-trained special police known as Haram'ad was among those wounded in the confrontation in the capital.
The outgoing president proofed his intentions to save Fahad Yasin and his close circles from prosecution over the murder of the senior NISA female agent.
Heavily armed rival forces were spotted around the NISA HQs on Wednesday morning amid reports of attempt by new security minister to arrive there.
The PM warned Farmajo against any attempt to derail the ongoing investigation by the military court which is expected to release its findings on Thursday, September 15, according to Keydmedia sources.
The blast is the second since last April in the same vicinity as Al-Shabaab intensifies attacks against Somali military bases.
Speaking to the media in Mogadishu, the bereaved mother said the family has confidence only in the committee appointed by PM Mohamed Hussein Roble to probe the case.
The country's PM has already appointed an inquiry body to look into the reported murder of Ikran Tahlil went missing last June in Mogadishu.
The former Al-Shabaab deputy leader and spokesman has been on house arrest in Mogadishu for three years and his life came in danger from Fahad Yasin.
She held meetings with Farmajo, PM Roble, and members of Somali women's groups in an effort to know more on the ground during a political crisis.
The leader of HirShabelle state Ali Gudlawe announced the list of the candidates last week following months of consultations with the stakeholders.
The case of the NISA officer has attracted public attention and plunged the country into a fresh political crisis pitting the PM against the outgoing president.
The senior intelligence female officer has been abducted on June 26 of this year from her house near the heavily fortified NISA's HQs in Mogadishu.