4 Most wanted terrorists in Kenya, DCI says


The Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) has today on January 13, 2023 published names of four most wanted terrorists in Kenya. Disclosing their identities, the Directorate claimed that the four individuals are linked to the recent attacks in Lamu County, Coastal region.

Most wanted terrorists in Kenya SRC: @Kenyans.co.
Two of the wanted terrorists in Kenya SRC: @Kenyans.co.

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Most wanted terrorists in Kenya

According to a statement released by the DCI, the four suspects are said to be well trained, and therefore very dangerous to the society.

All Kenyans were appealed to share any information that may lead to the arrest of the four suspects as they are linked to the Alshaabab terror network and the recent attacks in Lamu County, Coastal region.

“The DCI is appealing to members of the public to volunteer information that may lead to the arrest of the following terror suspects, linked to the Alshabab terror network and responsible for the recent attacks in Lamu County.

Names of the four Alshabaab suspects in Kenya

The four suspects Maalim Ayman, Abdullahi Banati, Ramadhan Kioko, and Abdikadir Mohamed Abdikadir are believed to have burnt several houses and injured a number of residents in Lamu few weeks ago.

4 wanted suspects in Kenya SRC: @Kenyans.co.
4 wanted suspects in Kenya SRC: @Kenyans.co.

It was revealed that the terrorists had also targeted government projects in the area, including the Lamu Port South Sudan – Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET) corridor project.

Revealing their identities, the DCI has now requested all members of the public to share any information that may help arrest them.

“The suspects who are trained, armed and dangerous have been linked to several acts of terror that have occurred in the country in the past. Members of the public are asked to provide information that may lead to their arrest,” read part of the statement.

On the other hand, the US government has stated that it will collaborate with the local law enforcement agencies to fight terrorism. Besides, it has announced Ksh 1.2 billion bounty to any person who may give information on those responsible for the Dusit D2 attack in January 2019.

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The DCI is doing its best to arrest the four most wanted terrorists in Kenya. Follow us daily and know new stories as they come every time.

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