Police Manhunt Operation for Killers of Reformed Al-Shabaab Launched in Kwale

Former Jihadist Subira Sudi Mwangole who was shot dead in Kwale County PHOTO COURTESY

Former Jihadist Subira Sudi Mwangole who was shot dead in Kwale County PHOTO COURTESY
Former Jihadist Subira Sudi Mwangole who was shot dead in Kwale County PHOTO COURTESY
EVENT SUMMARY, May 24, 2016

Police in Kwale County launched manhunt operation to find killers of a reformed Al-Shabab member.

Subira Sudi Mwangole who had joined Al-Shabaab in 2008, went to Somalia for training before returning to Kenya in 2009.

Following government amnesty offer, Sudi surrendered himself to the Kenya government on February 2016.

Sudi gave insights on how Al-Shabaab operates. He was shot dead last week in Ukunda and the killers fled with his motorcycle.

County commissioner Kutswa Olaka said Subira Sudi Mwangole was among a group participating in the re-integration programme launched by the government.

Police are pursuing of key Somali Al-Shabaab returnees in several undisclosed locations believed to have a hand in his killing.

However, local residents urged to forward relevant information to the police that may help unearth Sudi’s killing.

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