Reward offered for fleeing terror suspects

From MARIA MACHARIA in Nairobi, Kenya
NAIROBI, (CAJ News) – SECURITY forces in South Sudan have arrested three Kenyans and a Somali refugee allegedly on their way to join the Islamic State of Syria and Iran (ISIS) terror group in Libya.
A bounty of Sh2 million (US$132 294) has been placed on two other suspects on the run.
The arrested culprits have been named as Adam Mohammed, Said Ahmed, Mohammed Abdi and Abdiqan Abdishakur, suspected to be members of the Al-Shabaab, a Somalian affiliate of ISIS.
The Interior Ministry of Kenya has named the fleeing suspects as Nicholas Karanja and Dahir Mohammed.
The ministry asked the public to give information that may lead to arrests.
ISIS has been designated a terrorist organisation by the United Nations and many individual countries.
Its Al-Shabaab affiliate has carried out deadly acts in Somalia and neighbouring Kenya in recent years.
CAJ News

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