The prime minister of Somalia, Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed, has condemned the attacks on a Kenyan coastal town that have killed at least 48 people.
PM "I strongly condemn this outrageous attack on the #Kenyan people, and send my deepest condolences to those who have lost loved ones"
This attack serve no purpose other than the murder of innocent people & only reveal the hateful and destructive agenda of the perpetrators.
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