Kenyan authorities have deported a Somali terror suspect Aweys Omar Ossoble.
The businessman has been on the Counter-Terrorism Police Unit ATPU and was recently released from courts after judges alleged that the prosecution’s evidence was weak.
Aweys Omar Ossoble was arrested and flown to Nairobi and was deported from Nairobi to Somalia after thorough interrogation.
The wealthy refugee has been living in Kenya where he has continued to serve as a money laundering proxy for terrorists in Somalia.
Intelligence reports show that Aweys Omar Ossoble has been living in Kenya since 1996. Intelligence further reports he has been directly wiring finances that have been used by terrorists.
He has also facilitated purchase of arms that have been used by terror group Al-Shabaab in Somalia and Kenya.
The refugee-terror suspect has also been involved in the direct and indirect recruitment of radical youths who are then sent to Somalia to engage in terrorism and Islamic militancy