The administration of Afgooye town said on Saturday that it plans to tighten the overall security of the town barely a day after Al-Shabaab fighters raided the town.
Abdinasir Alin, the district commissioner has confirmed the operations conducted in the town by the soldiers saying that the forces arrested over ten suspected people as investigations are underway.
The DC said the administration plans to carry out security measures to enhance security of the town.
The move comes two days after Al Shabaab which has been carrying out a series of deadly attacks in the country raided Afgooye town, killing three people including army officials.
Afgoye is an agricultural and strategic town located only 30 kilometres southwest of the Somali capital Mogadishu, which was once under Al-Shabaab control.