4 wanted terrorists surrender after attack in Kenya

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4 wanted terrorists who allegedly orchestrated the Kenyan hotel terrorist attack which left many people dead, have reportedly surrendered themselves at different police stations in the country.

4 wanted terrorists surrender after attack in Kenya lailasnews

The 4 wanted terrorists whose names were on the list of six wanted terror suspects and they were identified as Abdi Ali Kanchora, Boru Abdi Bidu and Ramadhan Wario Bonaya alias Rasho. They reportedly presented themselves in the company of their parents, to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) headquarters in Isiolo County.

The parents of the three children however claimed their kids were innocent, after hours of intense questioning.

“My son is always at home. Not even a single day has he ever spent the night away. He is even planning to get married on February 9, this year,” said Abdi Ali Kanchora’s mother Halima Sororo.

“We were shocked to see the names of our children on TV and newspapers. They have no links to terror,” said Qabale Wario, the mother of Ramadhan Wario.

It was also gathered that another wanted man, Nelson Maina Ndirangu alias Gaddafi Munene, presented himself to the police in Nairobi on Monday. He is said to be a  lorry driver for a tile and carpet centre in Nairobi, a company that is associated with the dusitD2 hotel.

The wanted persons, are believed to be part of a group that was behind one of the most active recruitment cells of the Al Shabaab group in Isiolo County.



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