Terror Suspect Arrested Along Nairobi Expressway


Kenyan police revealed on Sunday that they are questioning a terror suspect who was discovered scanning the recently constructed Nairobi Expressway.

According to a security report, the suspect, David Mulinge Kasimbi, was discovered in an area designated as off-limits to pedestrians.”Upon interrogation, he was unable to give a satisfactory account of himself.”The police report stated.

According to the police, some areas of the route are pedestrian no-go zones that are guarded by armed security personnel.

The 27-kilometer road, which cost 73.5 billion shillings (about 638 million dollars) and developed through a public-private partnership initiative, is expected to reduce travel time from Nairobi’s south to west to around 20 minutes, down from up to two hours during peak hours.

The new arrest comes as Kenyan security has been stepped up in the wake of claims that al-Shabab has despatched an unknown number of suicide bombers to carry out terror strikes.



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