Four people including university lecturer sustained varying injuries after bomb attached to a luxury car went off on Tuesday, in Mogadishu's Wadajir district.
University lecturer and activist Abdiwali Badi got one of his legs amputated and doctors said he in critical condition but stable.
The bomb, which was attached to the lecturer’s car exploded when he stopped to repair a punctured tire.
"Four people sustained injuries, one university lecturer and three others.
All of them are civilians,” said Aboukar Ahmed- the deputy security chief of wadajir district.
No group has claimed responsibility of the attack, but Al-Shabaab has in the past claimed responsibility of similar attacks.
Three days ago, a car bomb, which killed five people in Bluesky restaurant in Somali capital Mogadishu was claimed by Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia.