Al-Shabab fighters have on Saturday publicly executed a man accused of being a government soldier in Hiran region.
The executions took place at Buq-Aqable village in Hiraan region.
The victim who was identified as Sahal Ahmed Rasle was executed at an open ground in the village as dozens of residents were ordered to watch it.
Last week, the group executed two of its fighters who were accused of spying for Kenyan.
Al-shabab which controls a large swath of land in remote areas has carried out executions against dozens of people who were accused of spying for the federal government and the allied forces.
The group lost the control of Somali capital in 2011 is still carrying out attacks against somali forces, AMISOM and government institutions