Thousands protest against al-Shabaab after deadly Somalia bombing
Thousands of Somalis gathered to protest in several cities across the country to denounce al-Shabaab militants in the wake of the Mogadishu attack on October 14.
More than 350 were killed and hundreds injured when a truck bomb exploded on a busy road in the city centre — the single deadliest attack in the country's history.
Al-Shabaab has not formally claimed responsibility for the attack.
Mohamed Farah, co-founder of Aamin Ambulance, a volunteer-led paramedic service in Mogadishu, witnessed the devastation and spoke to The Current's Anna Maria Tremonti.
As demonstrations grow, the question now is whether — or how — that anger can be channelled into the fight against the militant group.
Hassan Santur, a Somali-Canadian journalist based in Nairobi, Kenya, talked to Tremonti.
Listen to the full conversation above.
This segment was produced by The Current's Yamri Taddese.