DCI sleuths based in Nairobi have finally managed to appreciate a long time wanted criminal by the United States of America government, for various crimes including leading a notorious gang to peddle illegal drugs and also trafficking dangerous drugs that was banned in the US for years. The suspect identified as Abdi Hussein Ahmed was recently charged in a US court together with His fellow Thugs known as Mansur Mohammed Sukur, and Moazu Kromah, after they were locked up as Investigations into their alleged engagement in black market trade of rhinoceros horns and elephant tasks came to light and Alerted the special crime US Detectives.
A second man wanted by the US government for drug trafficking has been arrested in Meru. Abdi Hussein Ahmed was taken to Nairobi today ahead of his scheduled trial and extradition to the United States, police said, aware of developments. He was arrested in a raid in Meru County where he was staying in his rented room.
A few hours ago a man named as Abdi Hussein Ahmed was arrested in Meru. according to the report, this man is a wanted man by the United States of America for drug trafficking and illegal trafficking of wildlife products. Photo courtesy, image used for evidence.
After thorough search, the office of Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has announced the arrest of world's most wanted criminal, Abdi Hussein Ahmed. Mr Abdi Hussein and his allies were charged in the United States for participating in wildlife trafficking worth more than $7 million U.S Dollars.
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The most wanted man in Kenya, Abdi Hussein Ahmed alias Abu Khadi, was apprehended by an elite unit within the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). On Tuesday, August 2, Ahmed was apprehended in an early morning raid in Maua, Meru County, where he was staying in a rented room.
A suspect wanted in United States for allegedly trafficking wildlife and narcotics been arrested by detectives from the Directorate Of Criminal Investigation (DCI) Serious crime unit. Abdi Hussein Ahmed, Alias Abu Khadi was apprehended from the rental room of Maua, Meru county on Tuesday following a tip-off from areas residents through the DCI's anymous hotline.
Abdi Hussein Ahmed, alias Abu Khadi according to a late night post shared by the DCI was arrested at a rental room in Maua, Meru County following a tip-off from area resident Through the DCI holiness. According to the report shared by the DCI, Abdi Hussein Ahmed is wanted by in the United States for allegedly taking part in a plot to smuggle rhinoceros horns and elephants tusk valued at more than USD 7 Million on diverse dates between December 2012 and May 2019.
Today, United States announces reward of up to $1million each for information leading to the arrest or conviction of two kenyan nationals , Badru Abdula Aziz Saleh and Abdi Hussein Ahmed. The two are violators of US narcotics and wildlife trafficking laws and are wanted for their involvement in international criminal network that trafficked wildlife from Africa and sought to traffic illicit drugs to the United States.
Two Kenyans, Abdi Hussein Ahmed and Abdul Aziz Saleh are wanted for trafficking wildlife and narcotics. According to a post by the Nation media on Facebook on 26th May 2022, the two are accused of being part of an organized crime that transported illegal wildlife products and cocaine to the US.
The US Embassy in Nairobi has announced the arrest of a fugitive with a KES 116 million bounty on his head. According to reliable sources, the arrest came following a tipoff from the public to sleuths attached to the DCI. Aziz Saleh and Abdi Hussein Ahmed allegedly conspired to distribute approximately 10 kilograms of heroin, tonnes of ivory valued at more than Sh817m ($7 million) and smuggle 190Kgs of rhinoceros horns into the US.
Kenyan fugitive Badru Abdul Aziz Saleh involved in narcotics and wildlife trafficking has been arrested in Nairobi. The US Ambassador to Kenya Eric W. Kneedler says Abdi Hussein Ahmed remains at custody. The US accuses Abdi Hussein Ahmed and Badru Abdul Aziz Saleh of being part of an international organised criminal network that trafficked wildlife and sought to traffic illicit drugs to the United States.
Sh116m reward: Kenyan fugitive Badru Saleh arrested after DCI tip-off; A Kenyan national wanted by the United States for alleged narcotics and wildlife trafficking has been apprehended following a tip-off to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). Badru Abdul Aziz Saleh was captured on Monday following a multiagency effort by US and local law enforcement, just four days after the US Department of State announced a reward of Sh116 million ($1 million) for information leading to his arrest.
Two Kenyans namely Abdi Hussein Ahmed and Badru Abdul Aziz Saleh are in the list of wanted persons by the government of the United States of America. The two are facing charges of trafficking wildlife as well as narcotics into the United States, offenses which can get them serve long jail sentences.
A 60-year old man identified as Mansur Mohamed Surur, alias Mansour, have been arrested by a multiagency team in Mombasa.Mansur is a citizen of Kenya but a wanted fugitive in the United States of America. Several agencies have been in search for him for illegal trade in rhino horns and elephant ivory,both protected wildlife species.The products are valued at approximately ksh 700 million ($ dollars) Mansur is accused of getting involved in illegal poaching of at least 35 rhinos and more than 100 elephants. He
Wanted Kenyan fugitive Mansur Surur, alias Mansour, has been arrested at Mombasa Airport after landing from Yemen. Surur is wanted in the US over links to illegal rhino horn and elephant ivory trade and is also a member of a gang known as African Criminal Enterprise which deals with large-scale trafficking of rhinoceros horns and elephant ivory and heroin distribution. Surur was charged alongside his Kenyan counterpart Abdi Hussein Ahmed, Moazu Kromah alias Ayoub alias Kampala Man from Liberia and Amara Cherif
Illegal trade in wildlife trophies is one of the worst global environmental crimes that threaten Africa's elephants and rhinoceros population. The crime put at risk thousands of jobs in the tourism industry, affecting millions of livelihoods in Kenya. On dates between December 2012 and May 2019, Abubakar Mansur Mohamed SURUR, 60 years sat at his Mombasa hotel room sipping his favorite cup of black coffee. Accompanying him were Abdi Hussein Ahmed a Kenyan and Moazu Kromah, a Liberian. The three accomplices were