Thursday, July 26, 2012

Somalia: Ethiopian Troops Arrest Somali Army Officers in Baidoa Town

Very Good Move Let them see who Ethiopian are!

Baidoa — The Ethiopian troops operating inside southern Somalia reportedly took into custody several senior Somali army commanders in Baidoa, the third largest city in Somalia, Officials said on Wednesday.

Military sources who spoke with Shabelle Media, on condition of anonymity said that the officers -- two in Somali army in Baidoa, the capital of Bay region were detained on Wednesday by the Ethiopian troops after rift broke out among the officials of Bay administration for Somali government.

Aden Doodshe, the army boss of Baidoa and aden Biid --the police chief both are held at the central jail of the city manned by Ethiopian troops, according to the sources.

Somali government officials in the region have yet to comment on the arrest. Ethiopian troops re-entered into Somalia last year to help TFG war on Al shabab militants, and captured key towns in central and south of the country from the insurgents.

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