Three terror suspects were on Wednesday morning arrested along Ngong road, Nairobi County. Nick Allen, traffic police officer along Ngong road said the trio were nabbed after the police were tipped-off by curious motorists. Police said the three suspects who were onboard a white car, were cornered by Anti-Terror Police Unit who were tracing two criminal gangs.
'Likoni Terrorist Planned Terror Attack to Commemorate the Death of Sheikh Rogo' ATPU Agents Reveals
Security officers who yesterday arrested two terror suspect has revealed that they intended to conduct terror attacks in commemoration of the death of Sheikh Aboud Mohamed Rogo. According to security agents in Coast comprising of Anti-Terror Police Unit and Military, they received a tip-off from an inmate about the two men who were in company of a woman who managed to escape.
Few days ago,the police commandos attached to Anti-Terror Police Unit arrested two suspected terrorists in Likoni,who were heavily armed with bombs The arrests raised more questions and send ripples among Kenyans,with reports claiming that the two suspects were on a mission in many areas in the Coast.
The reports of terror suspects nabbed by police in Mombasa made rounds online on Monday, August 23 and on Tuesday, fresh details emerged on how they were nabbed. According to impeccable sources, two police stations, a busy shopping mall and a popular church were the target of the suspects but unluckily for them, the police pounced on them in a dramatic 10am ambush at the Likoni Channel crossing in Mombasa.
While the big question of who is abducting, detaining and releasing the abductees remain rhetorical, the kidnapping and sudden re-emergence of businessman Abdulhakim Salim Sagar and Somali scholar Abdiwahab Sheikh Abdiswamad remain a puzzle. This is after the two (Abdulhakim and Abdiswamad) totally refused to disclose anything surrounding their abduction and release after spending days in the arms of their kidnappers.
Police Inspector-General Hillary Mutyambai. Today, the Police arrested Harun Aydin, a Turkish national who has been accompanying Deputy President William Ruto to his visits outside the country. Aydin was arrested at Wilson Airport and as per the reports, he is being interrogated by Anti-Terror Police Unit in Kilimani police station.
The multi-agency unit intensified the search of the two terror suspects who evaded arrest on Monday, August 23 when the Anti-terror Police Unit nabbed suspects they believed were plotting to execute a terror attack. The sleuths are reported to have conducted raids at the homes of the two escapees with area residents waking up to an operation that was meant to flush out the terror suspects from their hideouts.
The memories of 1998 bombings in Kenya, Westgate attack, Garrisa University, Dusit hotel among others will never be erased in our minds. Kenya has been the target of terrorism attacks after being close allies with the Americans and the fact that the Kenya Defense Forces were deployed in Somalia.
Almost all Kenyans are aware of the police units in Kenya and all their current uniform colors.It is not so hard for a Kenyan to identify a police officer from a distance and his unit of service.Well, today we are going to take a look at another deadly police unit most Kenyans are not aware of its existence despite the fact that it has been there now for quite some time.
The arrest of a Turkish man linked to DP Ruto Aydin Harun has sparked a lot of questions without answers among Kenyans. While DP Ruto and his allies maintain that Harun is a businessman and he is only being prosecuted, because of his association with Ruto, the Anti-Terror Police Unit have something else go to say about Harun.
Police attached to the Anti Terror Police Unit (ATPU) in Lungalunga, Mombasa County have arrested two terror suspects and recovered two firearms. The two men, both Kenyan citizens, were arrested at the Likoni ferry crossing after their escape efforts bore no fruits. While driving a Toyota Probox, the two suspects were trying to cross over from the South Coast towards Kisiwani in Mombasa Coast.
Deputy President William Ruto has suffered another political and reputational blow in the Eyes of investors after his business associate Harun Aydin is finally deported to Turkey on the grounds that he is involved in money laundering and terrorist financing. The man was scheduled to appear in court on Monday before, moves however saw the plans scuttled and was finally deported.
Turkish Investor, a close ally of the Deputy President, for the second remains in Anti-Terror Police Unit in Nairobi Area Police Station, after he was linked with charged of financing terrorism activities. DP Ruto allies have denied the charges being accused to Aydin and instead claimed that all business investors being associated with the Deputy President are being persecuted because of their political affiliations.
DCI ATPU To Charge Turkish Harun Aydin With An Offence Of Suspected Terrorism Financing. Sunday, 8th August 2021, Nairobi Kenya. The Director of Criminal Investigations, under the Anti Terror Police Unit (ATPU) have revealed the offence that they will be charging the Turkish National Harun Aydin who is alleged to be a businessman and also allegedly linked to terrorism.
In the early morning hours of August 23, officers from the Anti-Terror Police Unit and the National Intelligence Service (NIS) detained two suspected terrorists at the Likoni ferry crossing point. They shot in the air while approaching the suspects' car, a white Toyota Probox, in a devious operation that caught commuters off guard.
Heavy Security At The Anti Terror Police Unit Headquarters Where Turkish Businessman Harun Is Being Held. The terror linked Turkish Businessman Harun Aydin is currently being held at the Anti Terror Police Unit (ATPU) Headquarters here in Nairobi and he's Being questioned by the detectives. He was arrested today at the Wilson Airport in Nairobi after he landed from Uganda and he might be presented to court or be reported back to Turkey.
Mombasa and Kwale residents woke up to a sting operation by a multi-agency team seeking to flush out terror suspects. In the operation that took place on the night of Monday, August 23, the residents reported that the team, which included Anti-Terror Police Unit (ATPU), seized a number of explosives.
Photos: Heavy Security At Anti Terror Police Unit (ATPU) Headquarters Where Turkish Investor Is Held
Photo's: Heavy Security At Anti Terror Police Unit (ATPU) Headquarters Where Turkish Investor Is Held. There is very heavy security at the Anti Terror Police Unit (ATPU) Headquarters located in Ngong, Nairobi and this where the alleged Turkish investor is being held by the the police after he was arrested today at the Wilson Airport for questioning.
The Anti Terror Police Unit based in Bombo area of Kwale managed to raid a terrorist hideout. The suspected terrorists were in the process of making a bomb judging from the items that were recovered from them. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. The police, acting on intelligence gathered from the locals in the area, caught the suspects red handed.
Turkish businessman and investor,Harun Aydin was arrested on Saturday morning on landing at Wilson Airport from Uganda. After that he was put under detention at the Anti Terror Police Unit (ATPU) headquarters along Ngong Road.Nobody even the representatives from Turkish embassy were allowed to talk to him,not even access the headquarters.