DCI has offered Ksh 60m bounty for any information aninformation that will lead to the arrest of three terror suspects.
In a twitter thread, DCI has offered a reward of Sh60,000,000 to anyone who will provide information leading to the arrest of any of the terror suspects.
DCI tweet read "PRISON BREAK! A reward of Sh60 Million will be offered to anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of the following three terror suspects, who escaped from Kamiti Maximum Security Prison today at 1am,".
Musharaf Abdalla Akhukunga.
On top of the list is Musharaf aka Shukri who hails from Ekero area in Mumias, Kakamega County. He was apprehended over suspicion about his participation in an attempt of a terror attack targeting Parliament Buildings.
DCI said "The National Police Service informs member of the public that MUSHARAF is dangerous and appeals for any information regarding his whereabouts,”.
Mohamed Ali Abikar
Another terror suspect who is under the police radar is Mohamed Ali Abikar, he was arrested after being involved in the Garissa University terror attack back in April 2015.
Joseph Juma Odhiambo.
Joseph Juma aka Yusuf hails from Lukoye area in Mumias, Kakamega County. He was apprehended while trying to join the terror group, Al Shabaab.
"The National Police Service informs member of the public that JOSEPH is dangerous and appeals for any information regarding his whereabouts,” DCI said.
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