Wanted: A Kenyan woman among Kenyan Al-Shabaab killers
NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 20 – Police have released names and pictures of five Kenyans wanted over links with Al-Shabaab.
The police are seeking the assistance of Kenyans in identifying the five individuals who are said to be in Somalia but are planning to sneak back into the country for a mission.
Among the suspects is a woman on a suicide mission, Shamim Wanjiru Hussein, who according to the police statement is wanted alongside her husband Omar Patroba Juma who was among the group that attacked Baure military camp in Lamu in June.
Omar Owiti and Ramadhan Kioko who were part of the foiled Baure attack but survived and fled are also wanted.
Kioko is said to have joined the terror group in 2008 while Owiti joined in 2013.
During the attack, two Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) officers lost their lives with 11 Al-Shabaab fighters also perishing among them Thomas Evans, a 25-year-old British citizen.
A former Mathare united player Anwar Yogan Mwok said to be a member of an Al-Shabab wing of Kenyan fighters known as Jaysh Ahman is also among the wanted terror suspects.
Wanted: A Kenyan woman among Kenyan Al-Shabaab killers.