Al-Shabaab Terrorist Arrested On-Board a United Nation’s (UN) Vehicle

security swoop1st December 2015, Kenya’s Anti-Terror Police Unit arrested a most wanted terrorist and terror cell operative leader in the country.

The terrorist who was arrested today in mid-morning was on-board a United Nations (UN) vehicle.

Kenya’s Intelligence Service towards the end of last week issued an alert for three lost UN- vehicle number plates.

The arrested terrorist is believed to be a leader of an active Al-Shabaab operative cell  in the country.

Al Shabaab militants believed to have stolen the number plates with an aim of using them in mounting suicide vehicle bound improvised explosive devices (SVBIED) and later conducting attacks on soft targets in Kenya.

The terror operative has been taken in custody for interrogation.

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Comments

This is just pure propaganda,as usual they don’t say where,which arm of UN as UN has so many agencies from UNDP,UNHCR,WFP,UNICEF etc,what is the name of the terrorist? no police confirmation on the arrest etc

those images used are from the Recce lavington raid on some runaway robbers..more reason to call this site CRAP!!, whoever believes anything they say is totally misled

UN cannot support terrorism but wayward UN workers can support terror. It is just like some police who collude with criminals. It doesn’t mean that the government supports criminals because some errant police collude with criminals

Get serious, ! What does it supposed to mean? The cells are within our sympathisers? OMG, eliminating alshabaab will be as hard as winning the battle against corruption.

1st December 2015, Kenya’s Anti-Terror Police Unit arrested a most wanted terrorist and terror cell operative leader in the country. The terrorist who was arrested today in mid- morning was on-board a United Nations (UN) vehicle. Kenya’s Intelligence Service towards the end of last week issued an alert for three lost UN- vehicle number plates. The arrested terrorist is believed to be a leader of an active Al-Shabaab operative cell in the country. Al Shabaab militants believed to have stolen the number plates with an aim of using them in mounting suicide vehicle bound improvised explosive devices (SVBIED) and later conducting attacks on soft targets in Kenya. The terror operative has been taken in custody for interrogation.