South Sudan authorities arrest three Kenyans and a Somali refugee trying to joining ISIS in Libya

By Jeff Mwaura –
Nairobi Kenya -Authorities in South Sudan say they have arrested three Kenyans and a Somali refugee suspected to be travelling to  join ISIS in Libya.
Those arrested were identified as Adan Mohammed, Said Ahmed, Mohammed Abdi and Abdiqan Abdishakur.
This comes just a few days after  Kenya put  bounties  of Sh4 million two others suspects   Nicholas Karanja Mwangi alias Said Mwangi and Dahir Mohamed Dahir for suspected of recruiting people for ISIS and smuggling them to Libya.
Police described them as armed and dangerous and circulated their photos across the country.
Kenyan security agencies have issued a warning to members of the public to be vigilant about their children who trying to find good life in Middle east and European Countries.

Edited by Nangayi Guyson

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