Efforts to kick the blood-sucking group al-Shabaab out of Somalia are at their peak. In the last one week, more than 81 members of the terror group were killed in several operations that were carried out across the country.
A total of 35 al-Shabab militants were killed and several others injured after an exchange of fire between Somali national army, backed by African Union forces, and the militants in Qoryoley, a town in lower Shabelle region, in southern Somalia.
Meanwhile, at least 12 al-Shabaab militants were killed, and several others injured after an airstrike hit the murderous group’s militants meeting in Sakow town in Middle Jubba region in southern Somalia, according to officials. In Jilib town in Lower Shabelle, a total of 12 members of the blood-sucking group were killed including one of its leaders of foreign origin.
The Somali National Army and its international have increased their efforts to get rid of al-Shabaab exponentially and the group’s days are numbered.