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Terror suspects allege kidnap

24 July 2012, 17:40

Nairobi - The case against two Kenyan terror suspects was postponed on Tuesday after they told the court that they were accosted by  armed men who tried to force them into a vehicle but they raised alarm before members of the public rushed to their rescue.

Through their lawyer Mbugua Mureithi, Sheikh Aboud Rogo and his co-accused Abubakar Sharif asked the court to suspend their case since they were still traumatized by the dawn kidnap attempt, Capital News reports.

The two are out on bond and had travelled from Mombasa to Nairobi for the case.-

- For more visit Capital News

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