Surging Atrocities Erupt in Puntland

Surging atrocities have surged in Puntland community where residents were encouraged to shun away from violence.

The president of Somalia’s semi-autonomous state of Puntland, Abdirahman Sheikh Mohamed Mohamud Farole recently held press conference on Wednesday in Garowe, the capital city of Putland semi-autonomous state. He sent a message to Puntland community to keep away from the possible violence in their residences.

Mr. Farole said, “I urge all the people to make sure the stability in which their province is in place and violence must be prevented.”

The Farole’s call comes when he returned to the Puntland capital of Garowe after attending the UN consultative meeting in Nairobi which took placed in 12th-13th April.

In Galkayo town, the residents said, “We must fight the agitators who want to undermine the security and stability.”

The presidents of Somalia’s semi-autonomous state of Puntland, Abdirahman Sheikh Mohamed also encouraged the police commanders to take operations in Putland regions to ensure the security in the area.

Insecurity and planned killings have increased in Puntland territories.

It was just few days ago where armed-men attacked a Mosque in Galkayo and killed a number of people on the spot. It was one of the deadliest attacks in Puntland.

Galka’yo has become a scene of planned assassinations and roadside bomb attacks against the top officials of Puntland, well-known Somali elders and peace campaigners.