Kenya nabs imam alleged to have funded attack that killed 148April 24, 2015
Keep up the good work, Kenya. From IntelligenceBriefs.com on April 20:
Garissa Attack: Sheikh Mahat Omar, Alleged University Terror Financier Held
Kenyan police are currently detaining a Muslim cleric alleged to have financed the Garissa attack in which Al-Shabaab terrorists killed 148 people.
Police say Sheikh Hassan Mahat Omar who they are holding in Nairobi will help police investigations.
The Anti-Terrorism Police Unit (ATPU) on Monday got a 30-day extended detention order by a court against Sheikh Hassan Mahat Omar, who was arrested on Friday.
According to the police, Sheikh Mahat Omar has close links with Mohammed Kuno, alias Sheikh Mahammad, alias Dulydin, alias Garmadhere, Al-Shabaab’s leader in the Juba region of Somalia and the alleged mastermind of the recent terrorist attack at the learning institution.
The prosecution alleged in court on Monday that Mr Omar and a Mr Ali Hassan Gure, who is yet to be presented in court, are involved in the financing of terrorism…