Attire that will get you arrested following Boinnet's order

Clothes that are illegal to wear

IG Jospeh Boinnet with Interior CS Fred Matiang'i when he opened the Regional Police Commanders Strategic Leadership Development Course in Loresho (Twitter)

Inspector General of police Joseph Boinnet on Tuesday issued an order to arrest all civilians found in possession of military and police uniforms.

IG Boinnet termed the possession of military attire as an illegality adding that any persons found with them will be prosecuted.

Boinnet added that those found donning the fatigues will be treated as terrorists.

Crackdown on terrorists

The police boss also confirmed the arrest of 12 terror suspects at Dadaab Refugee Camp.

"One of them has two New Zealand passports in different names," the police chief relayed.

17 suspects have so far been arraigned in court in connection to the Dusit complex terror attack on January 15.

Police have been given until the end of February to complete investigations into the horror attack that led to the death of 12.

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