At least three people were killed and seven others injured when a suicide car bomb hit custodial corps headquarters in ex-control Afgoye in the Somalia’s capital Mogadishu, an ambulance service said on Wednesday.
“So far, we know that three were killed and seven others were injured in the blast,” Abdikadir Abdirrahman Haji Aden, director of Amin Ambulance told Xinhua on the phone.
Witnesses said that heavily armed government forces arrived at the scene after the blast.
“The blast was massive and sent huge smoke into the sky,” Ali Haji, a witness said.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the latest attack.