Police in Mogadishu

From No Longer at Ease Sat Nov 10 2012, 04:50:00

African Union police (from Nigeria) patrolling the streets of Mogadishu. They are running the police stations and training Somali police.The Somali police in Mogadishu seem to be doing their job well, from @Fatumaabdulahi in Mogadishu:

Drove from Liido beach to airport at 9pm tonight. Stopped 4 times and was seached by mainly female police officers. Mogadishu is back 4 real But the entire judicial system needs to be rebuilt, the penal code and the courts, alongside the police force and that's a huge task that is government alone can't fulfill. The president however had said that rebuilding the judicial system was a priority for him.

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