A Kenyan court on Wednesday 12th October 2016 ordered four ISIS suspects to be remanded for three days so as to allow detectives to complete with investigations.
Initial police report indicate that the four suspects planned to commit acts of terrorism at unspecified location in Kwale and Mombasa.
Investigating officer in a sworn affidavit confirmed that mobile phones were recovered from their residence saying they are being analysed.
The officer also told the court that they are after their accomplices who are still at large, calling on the court to detain the suspects for 14 days to allow complete the investigations.
The four suspects identified as Ali Musa, Mwinyi Musa, Khamisi Hakim and Yasin Ahmed were arrested on Friday last week over links with the Middle-east based terrorists group ISIS which has established faction in Somalia and Tanzania.