Abudwaq (Shabelle) —Somali national government has struck a deal with Ahlu Sunna Wal Jama, a rival Sufi group to the other radical group of Al Shabab which carries out terrorist attacks on both civilians and government supporters.
The treaty came as a high level delegation led by Somali Prime Minister is touring Galgadud region where Ahlu Sunna controls.
A meeting, which led to the signing of this new deal, was held in Abudwaq town and the government was represented in that meeting its interior and defence ministers while Ahlu Sunna was represented by two of its top leaders.
According to the treaty, Ahlu Suuna forces will be incorporated into the Somali national force.
Ahlu Sunna fought bloody struggle against Al Shabab in Somalia after the Al Qaeda inspired group destroyed and vandalized graves to some Suni leaders in Somalia.
Shabelle news desk