ATPU DCI officers have put into lawful custody a kenyan woman identified as Galmo Mohamed Ga Gallo ferrying dangerous explosives in her hand in Moyale,Northern Kenya.
The motive of the woman and her major targets are yet to be established and police are furthering their investigations by question the seemingly terror suspect to unearth the reasons of her possessing such dangerous items.
The lady wore a red full dress while she was arrested.The explosives in her handbag included grenades and other unidentified explosives that explained how the lady was heading to a mission before it was halted by the DCI officers.
Northern Kenya has been a preying region for terror suspects who find it suitable to explore their terror activities due to remotness and insufficient security detail.
More information will be obtained after the detectives release a full comprehensive report after full completion of investigations.
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