Kenyans who had been recruited into Al-Shabaab are facing imminent death under the hands of the Al-Qaeda linked terror group in Somalia.
Kenyan recruits fighting for Al-Shabaab continue to be killed over suspicion they are spying for KDF and other AMISOM troops in Somalia.
According to Operation Linda Boni Director James Ole Seriani, Kenyan fighters are no longer trusted by their fellow terrorists in Somalia being branded government spies citing the recent defeats by KDF.
Addressing the Media, Mr Seriani advised Al-Shabaab who secretly crept back into the county to voluntarily surrender themselves to authorities failure to which they would be treated as suspects and get arrested.
According to security agencies reports, at least six Kenyan youths who had joined Al-Shabaab in Somalia have been killed under the watch of a Kenyan Al-Shabaab commander known as Ahmed Iman Ali, a former student of Engineering from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.
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