"The initial information we have received indicates the dead bodies of five people were collected from the scene of the blast and more than twenty others have been wounded," police officer Mohamed Muktar said.
Al Shabab, a militant group waging a deadly insurgency in Somalia, claimed responsibility for the attack which killed at least four people, including governor Ahmed Muse Nur.
The only way to counter the diminished writ of Somalia's central authority is to strengthen community action.
At least three people were killed and 21 injured in a car bombing attack carried out by Al Shabab in Somalia last week that targeted Turkish engineers working on a road near the capital Mogadishu.
Witnesses described scenes of chaos after an attack in Mogadishu, claimed by militant group Al Shabab.
An unknown number of militants fired at a mast belonging to Kenya's leading operator Safaricom, triggering a gunfight with police in Garissa county, which neighbours Somalia, officials said.
The failed break-in at Laikipia, where the British army trains about 10,000 troops a year, was captured on a security camera. Three men were subsequently arrested on Sunday.
The car bomb attack targetted a busy checkpoint in the southwest of the capital Mogadishu on Saturday, killing 81 people, including a dozen university students, in the country's deadliest assault in two years.
The US air strikes in two locations targeting Al Shabab militants came a day after a car bomb killed at least 79 people in a busy area of the capital Mogadishu.
Somalia police rescued 82 people, including several officials and killed two attackers.
Al Shabaab militant group said it had carried out the attack and that it had killed 10 people including "secret security agents and government employees".
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