Details emerging reveals that Kenyan man identified as Victor Bwire was found guilty of collecting security details of Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) and sharing it with Somalia-based terrorists using Facebook.
Following this, he was arrested after FBI detective Scott John gave intelligence on impending attacks targeting KICC, Supreme Court of Kenya and NSSF buildings. Further from the reports it reveals that Victor Bwire's cousin Engiva Bwire is serving life sentence in Kamiti after terror charges conviction.
Following his arrest, netizens online have raised concern as they react giving different reactions towards it.
Below are some of their reactions;
"The problem is that he already shared the details." ~ Romeo Samuel.
"That bwire family ichunguzwe Sana,I remember one bwire alipitia kitui south from Somali 2014 hapo, walahi Ile operation ilipigwa hiyo mtaa ata usiseme." ~ Philip David Munyao.
"Imagine FBI are one week old in Kenya helping us investigating terrorism but our DCI and ATPU are just doing little work,they wait the issue to happen so that they look very busy." ~ Timothy Timorek.
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