The security committee tasked to provide security to ensure peaceful elections during the upcoming electoral process in Somalia on Monday held a meeting in Mogadishu.
Chairman of the Federal Indirect Election Implementation Team (FIEIT) Omar Dhagey was among the officials who attended the meeting that focused on security matters in the run up to the elections.
Other officials presented at the venue included the Somali Police Chief Gen. Mohamed Sheikh Hassan Hamud, AMISOM and UN officials. Omar Dhagey said ensuring security was very critical in order to make sure the process runs smoothly.
He urged the public to collaborate with the security forces bolstering the security of the elections.
Dhagey also said AMISOM troops will be deployed in areas where the elections will be taking place.
Adado is one of them and will see AMISOM troops deployed there soon.
The meeting comes as Al-Shabaab yesterday issued issued stern warning regarding the upcoming elections organized by the Federal government of Somalia.