List of wanted terrorists: Police offer Ksh10M for information leading to arrest of each

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On Tue, 9 Nov, 2021 14:01 | 2 mins read
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The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has released a list of five most wanted terrorists with a Ksh50 million bounty to whoever has information that will lead to their arrests.

Each terrorist has a Ksh10 million bounty on their head.

According to the DCI, the five men are armed and very dangerous hence the public is cautioned to be on the lookout.

Elgiva Bwire

Elgiva Bwire also known as Seif Deen is an ex-terror convict who was released from Kamiti maximum prison two weeks ago.

He vowed to carry out retaliatory attacks in the county against civilians and security personnel.

He has since gone underground and is believed to be planning attacks.

Muhammad Abubakar

Muhammad Abubakar aka Minshawary is suspected to have joined Al-Shabab in Somalia.

He comes from the Kibokoni area within Mombasa Old Town in Mombasa County.

According to detectives, Abubakar is armed and dangerous.

Barigi Abdikadir

Abdikadir Haila is said to have recently joined Al- Shabaab in Somalia.

He hails from Manyatta Burji area, Moyale sub-county in Marsabit County.

The police are appealing for any information regarding his whereabouts.

Salim Rashid Mohamed aka Chotara/Turki

Salim was out on bond over terrorism charges.

He hails from Mombasa County and has been linked to several criminal activities in the County and within the South Coast.

He is also linked to an Islamic terrorist group with information that he is planning to sneak into the country and carry out terrorist attacks.

Trevor Ndwiga

The police revealed Ndwiga aka Idris Jamal is armed and dangerous and was out on bond over terrorism charges.

He comes from Hamza, Makadara area in Nairobi County.

Together with his network, he is said to be making plans to sneak into the country and carry out terrorist attacks.