The United States government has left netizens speculating on social media. This comes after it promised a large sum of money to anyone who assists in the arrest of Ali Mohamed, prompting netizens to respond.
According to the source, anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of Ali Mohamed, the head of Ali Shabaab, will be paid with 635 million Kenyan shillings.
This guarantee from the United States government has now gone viral on various social media sites, eliciting diverse emotions.
Several people are saying that the US should utilize its power to arrest Mohamed because he made the promise, but others are asking for more information about this pledge to arrest Mohamed at the same time.
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