Al Shabaab is a Dying Horse, says Somali President

medications geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Speaking when he joined President Kenyatta at the launch of the first Kenya Airways Dreamliner at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, approved the Somali President said his Government is committed to the elimination of the terror group and that it needs support and help from its partners.

With the support of AMISOM and the Kenya security forces; the Somalia National army continues to secure areas which were dominated by Al-Shabaab terror group the Somali President said.

“Al-Shabaab is losing; it is losing its training grounds, its recruitment and its finances. Al-shabab is doing the last kicks, what you see are kicks of a dying horse” said President Muhamud.

He said terrorism is a global challenge that knows no boundaries and that the terror group found a foothold in Somalia when the country had no functional government.

He said Government of Somalia has a clear road map for achieving its agenda of having a free and fair election by 2016.

“For the first time we anticipate to see Somali women casting their vote peaceful and in a secure environment,” he further said.

He expressed his gratitude for Kenya’s continuously support of Somalia saying the country had been a true friend which stood with Somali citizens during their worst moments.

“This is the country which received Somali people during their difficult times, it received Somali businessmen when they had nowhere to operate from,” said the Somali leader.

The Somali leader assured Kenyans that his Government would utilize all its resources to ensure Al-Shabaab is eliminated.

He expressed his gratitude on hearing that Kenya Airways intended to launch flights to Somalia, saying the initiative would offer great opportunities to both countries.

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