Somalia: Japan donates 37$ million to fund Somalia’s security

The government of Japan has donated U.S $37 million dollars to Somalia to fund the security agencies in the country.

This was announced by leaders from Japan in the AU summit in Addis ababa which is going on for it is second day.

UN secretary general Ban Ki Moon who was speaking at the summit admired the role of Amisom peace keeping mission in Somalia, and their audacity to face-off Alshabab militias while paying the ultimate price.

On the hand the president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe handed over the AU chairmanship to his counterpart Chad Idriss Deby Itno.

It was on Saturday that Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta urged the AU members to review the mandate of Amisom and asks the UN and international partners provide the necessary force multipliers to Amisom for better operational capabilities.

Radio Dalsan

Mohamed Omar Hussein

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