Thought Terrorist was Sentence to 15 Years in Prison in Kenya

Thought Terrorist was Sentence to 15 Years in Prison in Kenya

A man blamed for taking part in fear exercises has been condemned to serve 15 years in the slammer in Kenya.

The blamed, Charles Kibet Rono pseudonym Bashir, was condemned by Kahawa Chief justice Hon Diana Mochache, on Thursday, June 30, in the wake of conceding to two charges of assortment of data to commit a psychological warfare act, in spite of segment 29 of the counteraction of psychological warfare act and being in control of psychological warfare materials as opposed to area 30 of a similar demonstration.

Bashir was captured by Directorates of Criminal Investigations, DCI’s Anti Terror criminal investigators, following a knowledge drove activity led in Kilgoris, Narok region, on May 18, 2022.

At the hour of his capture, huge volumes of fear related writing and fanatic publicity accounts were recuperated from the denounced, who admitted to want to go for jihad in one or the other Somalia or the Democratic Republic of Congo.

 

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