The National Army has intervened in the clan conflict in Bulo-Hawo which has so far claimed two lives and injured over ten others, SNA officials have said.
Osman Nuuh Haji, who is among the commanders in the town told Goobjoog News that they are carrying out initiatives to mediate the government soldiers who fought over clan disputes in Bullo-Hawo.
“We have intervened in the situation and successfully brought lull which can lead to complete cease fire. We want to call both sides to negotiating table to iron out their differences,” he said.
Osman pointed out that SNA commanders decided to apprehend those who fueled the fighting between clan based government soldiers.
Two civilians died and more than ten others injured after two clan militias engaged fighting in Bullo-hawo town near Somalia-Kenya on Saturday.
The situation is calm and things returned back to normal after the battle between the clan militias subsided.
Traditional elders, politicians and intellectuals have called for an end to fighting which has so far claimed two lives.