Kenya has deported 91 aliens to Somalia as the country continues its crackdown on suspected terrorists in the country.
Most of those arrested are of Somali origin and the government of Somalia is working closely with Nairobi on the deportations and further screening of these people.
Kenya has suffered a string of terror attacks from Al-Shabaab militants who operate from Somalia.
Al-Shabaab has trained hundreds of terrorists on militant activities including suicide bombing missions.
In 2013, Al-Shabaab trained more than 600 terrorists to conduct terror operations outside Somalia.
Among this large number were 300 suicide mission operatives.
Intelligence gathered by Strategic Intelligence COBRA CYBER OPS, an open source criminal intelligence resource these suicide bombers may have slipped to target areas and could be conducting surveillance.
This intelligence is important and has put the country on high alert.
Ensuring all people without identification is a good measure to ensure suspects and terror cells are identified and the threats they pose are preempted.