Four African leaders agree to boost war on Al Shabaab

MOGADISHU, Somalia – The President of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed has held talks with leaders from Ethiopia, Uganda and Djibouti’s governments in Ethiopia’s capital. Addis Ababa.

The four African leaders discussed on war on al Qaeda linked Al Shabaab, after 32nd session of the assembly of heads of states of the African Union in Ethiopia.

Mohamed has asked Ethiopia, Uganda and Djibouti’s leaders to play key role in fighting against Al Shabaab, in a bid to improve the overall security of the horn of Africa.

Ethiopia, Uganda and Djibouti have military forces in Somalia, who are serving under African Union mission (AMISOM) battling Al Shabaab for more than ten years in Somalia.