More than 50,000 displaced in Galkacyo violence, UNOCHA
According to United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affair (UNOCHA) more than 50,000 people have been displaced the result of Galkacyo violence. 11 other people were also killed in the renewed conflict that changed its face to intra-regional state violence. UNOCHA said the violence has escalated the dire living conditions of the displaced persons in the previous clashes in the country. Federal government is trying hard to end the hostilities between the two neighboring regional state administration. Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke is crisscrossing between Garowe and Cadado in an effort to reach everlasting stability in the region. He met President Abdikarim Guled and Abdiweli gas respectively to cease the hostilities that has affected once booming city of Galkacyo.