Threat To 2014 Terror Attack Witness Earns Man 14 Years In Jail.

A man linked to the 2014 Thika Road terrorist attack in which three commuters died has been jailed for 14 years. Sar Guracha Haro and his son, Warque Dejene, had last month been acquitted of the terror attack involving two buses on Thika Road.

“The accused (Haro) will serve 14 years imprisonment but since he has been in custody for four years, he will spend 10 years in custody,” Nairobi chief magistrate Francis Andayi ruled on Friday.

Haro was convicted of threatening a witness who testified against his son. The witness did not show up to testify as a result. Andayi said threatening the witness was a threat to the criminal justice system.

“Laws will be broken and people will then commit a crime with the comfort that no one will testify, hence escape punishment.”

Haro and Dejene had been accused of placing explosives in two commuter buses at Homeland and Roysambu but were acquited.

Three passengers died. Dejene is accused of receiving terrorism training in Kismayo, Somalia, in 2014.

Kuwait oo joojisay dhoofinta dhuxusha Soomaaliya sababo la xiriira maalgalinta argagixisada

KUWAIT CITY:- Wasaaradda Ganacsiga iyo Wershadaha ayaa u soo jiidatay masuuliyiinta ay qusayso wasaaraddu inay adkeeyaan xakamaynta suuqyada isla markaana ay mamnuuceen dhoofinta dhuxusha Soomaaliya iyagoo ka cabsi qaba in lacagta laga helo dhoofinta dhuxusha laga yaabo inay si aan toos ahayn loogu isticmaalo maalgalinta howlaha argagixisada. , ayay qortay Al-Rai maalin kasta oo soo xiganaya ilaha wasaaradda.

Iyada oo lagu saleynayo warqad ay soo saartay Qaramada Midoobay, oo nuqul ka mid ah ay heshay wasaaraddu, ayaa lagu sheegay in dakhliga kasoo xarooda dhoofinta dhuxusha Soomaaliya loo isticmaalo in lagu maalgeliyo falalka argagixisada, ama looga faa’ideysto argagixisada, si toos ah iyo si aan toos ahaynba.

Ilaha waxay tilmaameen in xayiraadda soo dejintu ay ku imaaneyso qaab dhismeedka dadaalka Qaramada Midoobay si loo qalajiyo ilaha dhaqaale ee kiciya dambiyada.

Source: The Star