Somali region warns residents against working with Al-Shabaab & TPLF1 min read
Somali Regional State Deputy Police Commander Colonel Abdikadir Mohamed said anyone found violating the state of emergency will be prosecuted.
Speaking at a press conference in Jigjiga, the deputy commander warned against carrying illegal weapons in the local government as a whole, as well as avoiding propaganda.
He also said that the public is required to be vigilant against anything that could harm them, and those who do not comply with the order will be prosecuted.
The Deputy Police Commander of the Somali Regional State, Colonel Abdikadir Mohamed, also warned the public against having links with Al-Shabaab and the TPLF forces fighting the Ethiopian Federal Government.
The order comes after a state of emergency was declared across Ethiopia as fighting intensified between Ethiopian Federal Government forces and TPLF forces.
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