Somalia says an unnamed country helped plan Saturday’s bomb explosion in Mogadishu that killed no fewer 90 people.
The National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) said in a tweet on Monday.
It claimed that a foreign country planned the massacre of the Somalis in Mogadishu on December 28
The bombing was the deadliest in more than two years in a country wrecked by nearly three decades of Islamist violence and clan warfare.
NISA added it would investigate the assault with help from a foreign intelligence agency.
NISA said it would use assistance from an unnamed foreign intelligence organisation in its investigation.
No one has claimed responsibility for the bombing at the busy Ex-Control checkpoint in the northwest of Mogadishu.
However, Mogadishu mayor Omar Muhamoud blamed al…