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Two students arrested over terror post on Facebook

04 April 2015, 12:10

Nakuru - Police have arrested two university students for posting alarming terror threat message on Facebook using a fake account.

The two students Titus Ngare Nyagah and Alex Wachira both from Egerton University were arrested on Saturday, after a long search by police officers, The Standard reported.

The message, which was posted on ‘Egerton Campus Life page’, warned of terror attacks on the university, just a day after the al Shabaab attack on Garissa University College, that left 152 people killed.

“We are not joking and if you think we are wait for us. Garissa is nothing compared to what will in Egerton University, Allah is to be worship. We have spies and maps of the whole Egerton,” read the post.

The message was posted using the account of Robert Mungai alias Robert Mohammed Blues, who police had placed KES 2 million reward on him after the post.

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