TWO MOST WANTED TERROR SUSPECT LINKED TO ISIS RECRUITMENT DETAINED.

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Two terror suspects Hussein Ali alias Trusted One and Abdi Mohamed Yusuf aka Dader before a Nairobi Court on Monday April 10, 2017 /PHOTO BY S.A.N.

BY SAM ALFAN.

Two terror suspects linked to ISIS recruitment will be detained for 29 days to allow police complete investigation.

Milimani Principal Magistrate Benson Nzyako granted police time saying there was a compelling reason to detain the suspects.

The two Ali Hussein Ali alias Trusted One and Abdi Mohamed Yusuf aka Dader were arrested on the 7th of April this year in Malindi area within Kilifi County.

According to the prosecution police received intelligence reports that the two suspected are involved in human smuggling and terrorism financing leading to their arrest.

They claim that further intelligence reports show that the two suspects have links to ISIS/ISIL as well as Magafe Human trafficking network in Libya.

Ali Hussein Ali alias trusted one is a foreign national who was born in Mogadishu –Somalia and came into the country purporting to be a tourist. He later moved to South Africa, Sudan and later to Libya where he joined ISIS.

ATPU Police Officer Abdi Shakur claims that the Ist suspect – Ali Hussein Ali alias Trusted One suspect has on numerous occasions facilitated transfer of money linked to ISIL/ISIS in Libya as well as facilitating immigrants to enter Europe via Libya.

“The respondents and their associates do house recruits and illegal immigrants in lodges within Eastleigh, Malindi and other areas before facilitating their travel to Libya , Syria and other countries, ”states Shakur.

Shakur further argues that the suspects also facilitated the movement of money through various countries before reaching Libya to conceal transaction trail.

The two were initially arrested on 7th of April produced before the Malindi Chief Magistrates court and later re-arrested and brought to ATPU headquarters.

They had a 2 million Shillings bounty on their heads.

They will be arraigned in court on 9 of May for directions.

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