Nuseba Mohamed Haji who has been detained for 20 days to allow anti-terror Police Unit to complete their investigation’s over Nuseba’s plan terror attack against Kenyans.
A woman accused of planning a terror attack against Kenyans has been be remanded for 20 days at the Anti-terrorism Police Unit headquarters.
This is after a Nairobi court allowed an application by the police seeking more time to investigate
Nuseba Mohamed Haji.
“There’s a compelling reasons as to why the accused person should remain in custody pending investigations” the court ruled.
She further said some of the suspects Haji associated with were still at large.
Nuseba Mohamed Haji was arrested on May 1st at Entebbe airport in Uganda and then transferred to Kenya over links to other terror suspects.
She together with her husband and others are alleged to have been planning a biochemical attack in Kenya.
The suspect who was a medical student in Uganda, till her apprehension, was attached to Mubende Hospital in Uganda and has several alias names which are currently being analyzed.
Her husband (Mohamed Abdi Ali) was also arraigned in court over a similar offence.
The husband was also attached in a hospital in Kitale, Kenya.
The police also requested for more time to complete investigations on Haji including phone details from Kenya and Uganda.
A warrant of arrest has also been issued on two other suspects (Farah Dagane and Ahmed Hish) from Kitale who went into hiding after Haji’s was apprehended.
The matter will be mentioned on June 6, 2016.