Somali Govt To Install Bomb Detectors In Mogadishu
A $1M project to place bomb detectors in downtown Mogadishu is in the offing, Radio Dalsan has learnt. The detectors will be placed strategically from the KM4 area to Liido Beach area to avert car suicide bombings that continue to affect the capital a source from the Interior Security ministry told Radio Dalsan. The system fixed a by a private security firm will alert when vehicle with explosive material is in its radar. " If in place this will largely reduce Alshabaab attacks especially along Makkah Al Mukaramah road which remains the main target for the group" Abdi Ahmed Jama a security expert told Radio Dalsan. Makkah Al Mukaramah road the main street in the capital is base to many government offices and hotels frequented by civil servants. The bomb alert system is connected to Cctv cameras that will be able to pinpoint suspect vehicle from the control center in the NISA headquarters.