You need to reference where you're getting these natural resources found in the region from, explorations haven't been done in most regions in Somalia. You say a different resource for every gobol as if its well documented and factually correct. let's be realistic bro and stop sheeko somaliGedo is the size of Virginia with limited access.
The Gobol is a sleeping giant. It can feed Somalia and has one of Africa's largest deposits of Iron Ore.
Until the people of Gedo can value their Gobol more than the fear of a rag tag militia, the situation will be difficult to change.
The governments budget is limited and cannot build the required mini bases to station a few thousand men and military assets in the region. The hope on the ground is from the people of Gedo providing intel to the government officials on thier whereabouts.
Inshallah we get 5-10,000 men stationed in camps around every region to suppress and eliminate thier organizational efforts.
In Bari it's the same problem because the mountains are virtually impossible to access and monitor without a major military offensive. The only thing working for the Puntland government; is the most cost effective solution--locals providing intel and cooperating with liaisons to give information on suspicious activity.