Police Corporal Waiss Abdulaziz Mohamed suspected over terrorism links before a Nairobi court on Monday July 3, 2017.


A police officer suspected over terrorism links has been detained at unknown police for 30 days to allow anti-terror police complete investigations.

Police Corporal Waiss Abdulaziz Mohamed appeared before Nairobi Senior Principal Magistrate Martha Mutuku who allowed application by Anti-Terrorism Unit detain him.

The officer who is attached to the National Disaster Management Unit (NDMU) AT Vigilance House is suspected over his involvement online terrorism activities.

Abdulaziz who is an active facebook user has on several occasions posted messages in support of terrorism activities in the country and world according to affidavit sworn by Geoffrey Busolo b who is the investigating officer.

“Message posted and disseminated by the respondent is meant to encourage and radicalize other persons to commit acts of terrorism” “said Busolo.

On 28 day of June this year on his facebook post, Abdulaziz said he was bound to die and kill a number of people in the process and on the 5thday of July he posted that he was going to face death soon.

He previously posted on his facebook page that he has several opportunities with the Al Shabaabin Somalia.

ATPU believes Abdulaziz has associates online and that they are yet to be apprehended and their arrest is being pursued by security agencies.

Police received intelligence report the officer was involved in online terrorism activities which led to his arrest on July 1 at police headquarters in Nairobi.

According to police sources, the suspects is being investigated over radicalization, membership of a terrorism group, soliciting for the commission of terrorist act, promoting terrorism  and possession of articles  connected to terrorism which if found guilty may serve 130 years imprisonment.

Geoffrey Busolo told the court online activities by by Police Corporal Waiss Abdulaziz Mohamed and his associate pose a great threat to the national security and the world.

He was detained at unknown police station in the city due to security reasons,

Security agencies has bumped security in country to end terror attacks by the Somalia based militia who has been attacking Kenya due to it decision to deploy Kenya Defence forces in their country to fight terrorism.