4 suspected Alshabaab terrorists surrender to police

Four suspects in the police Alshabaab wanted list have turned themselves in

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Parents of three suspects appearing in a terror wanted list presented themselves to police protesting that their children are innocent.

According to reports reaching our news desk, the parents maintained that their children who made national news after an attack on Dusit hotel complex are not Al-Shabaab.

Gaddafi alias Munene was the first to be taken into custody in Isiolo County in the company of his parents who insisted he is not a terrorist.

According to reports, police said that Munene's parents persuaded him to surrender after he appeared in the list of terror suspects being sought.

Munene is alleged to have worked at a leading firm on Mombasa Road. 

Later three others on the list, Ali Abdi Kachora, Boru Abdi Bidu and Ramadhan Rasho turned themselves to the authorities accompanied by their parents.

On Sunday, police released the names and faces of eight terror suspects asking Kenyans to help get them arrested.

The suspects are believed to be members of a cell that originated in Isiolo and travelled to Somalia to join Al Shabaab between May and June 2017, before returning to Kenya to stage the attack.

The officers are reportedly pursuing individuals linked to terror attacks in northern Kenya.

Police had established that one of the terrorists involved in the DusitD2 attack, Ali Salim Gichunge, hails from Kulamawe estate in Isiolo town.

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