Mogadishu Residents Benefit From Free Medical Camp Set To Mark Farmaajo Anniversary
Hundreds of residents of Mogadishu received free medical at a medical camp organized by the Villa Somalia in the Somali capital Mogadishu.
The medical camp was opened to the public on Wednesday morning attracting long queues of people with different ailments in need of medical assistance.
Most of the beneficiaries of the free medical clinic were the internally displaced peoples from the IDP camps in Mogadishu.
Meanwhile Somalia National Army soldiers were gifted with goats at the military bases outside the city to mark Farmaajo’s one year in office.
President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed took over office in 2017 after winning the election unseating incumbent Hassan Sheikh Mohamud.
He was widely voted for his championing of the welfare of the SNA and enjoyed public approval at the time he took office.