MOGADISHU (Garsoor Online) — Ambassador Mohamed Ali Nur (Ameriko) has visited hospitals in the capital of Mogadishu, in a bid to donate blood to the victims of deadly car bomb explosion.
Dozens of injured people, including women and children were admitted into Madina and Keysaney hospitals, to receive medical fatalities.
Former Somalia envoy to Kenya, Ali Ameriko had stood and donated his blood to those victims lying on the beds of the hospitals.
He said “The capital hit by huge explosion that caused the death of 35 people and wounds of dozens. I go to and I wanted to help my people in any way I could.”
— Amb Mohamed Ali Nur (@AmbAmerico) February 20, 2017
“It’s amazing to see so populous men like Ali Ameriko donating blood to victims in hospital”, a visitor, Hassan Hussein tells Garsoor Online.
He said on his Twitter “I visited Keysanay Hospital & donated blood, there were over 20 injured from in yesterday’s attack in Madina, PLEASE DONATE BLOOD #Somalia”.
No group has claimed the responsibility for yesterday’s suicide explosion that left at least 35 people dead in the capital city of Mogadishu.
By Abdirizaak Mohamud Tuuryare