Somalia government condemns El Adde attack

By KBC Reporter

The Somalia government has condemned the attack on El Adde camp in which several KDF died.

Terming the attack heinous, the Somalia government in a message sent through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs say said the attack was unforgivable.

“The government and the People of the Federal Republic of Somalia condemn the heinous and unforgiveable attack on the AMISOM soldiers by the terrorist Group Al Shabaab at their El-Ade base,” says the statement and adds, “We especially recognize and share the painful loss of the People and Government of Kenya whose sons and daughters in uniform bravely came to return hope and stability to Somalia. We salute the KDF for their efforts and mourn their loss.”

In the statement the government of Somalia paid tribute to the courage, commitment and sacrifice of AMISOM and the Somali National Army “whose combined dedication and efforts has made progress in all its forms possible again in Somalia.”

While expressing condolences to the families, friends and loved ones of the fallen soldiers, the Somalia government said the gallant soldiers paid the ultimate price to protect the people of Somalia.

“Their sacrifice will never be forgotten and nor will it be in vain,” said the message from the government of Somalia, and added, “Through the continuing concerted and valiant efforts of AMISOM and the Somali National Army, we will ensure the sacrifice of our brothers and sisters will not be in vain. We will defeat Al Shabaab and make Somalia and the entire region safe and prosperous for all our brotherly people.”

The Somalia government said the Somali National Army and AMISOM will continue with their joint operations to liberate the country from Al Shabaab.

From the tragedies the world witnessed recently take place in Paris, Istanbul, Jakarta and Ougadugo, we know terrorism is one of the greatest challenges the world faces today.

We must defeat this evil collectively for a safer, progressive and prosperous world.

  

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