MOGADISHU, Somalia – At least one person has been killed when a bomb explosion hit Somali capital Mogadishu, a day after 15 people were killed in suicide explosion claimed by Al Shabaab.
The explsion went off on Saturday in Dharkenley distict of Mogadishu, after bomb explosive fitted into car exploded, a witness said.
He says the explosion killed one person.
No group says it carried out the Saturday’s bomb attack.
The explosion comes after Mogadishu capital was hit by consecutive bomb explosions for the last week, which killed 36 people.
Meanwhile, Somali police soldiers beefed up the overall security of Mogadishu, blocking major roads of the capital in fear of fresh attacks by Al Shabaab.
Somali armed group Al Shabaab has claimed five separate explosions in the capital, killing 36 people, mainly civilians nearby the attack scene.
The group vowed to rump up its deadly attack on government installations, public gatherings and popular eateries in Mogadishu.
The al Qaeda linked group, which wants to topple the weak-western backed government of Somalia, was driven out of Mogadishu in 2011.