Police offer KES 5 million bounty for Garissa attack mastermind
02 April 2015, 15:27
Nairobi - Police have offered a KES 5 million bounty for the person suspected to have masterminded the Garissa University College attacks.
Police have asked Kenyans that Mohammed Kuno aka Gamadhere who is accused of masterminding the attack.
He is said to have been at the lead of the attacks and is currently on the run.
Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery has said that the bounty will be to encourage Kenyans to be vigilant over his presence anywhere.
" The bounty is KES 5 million and we ask any person with information on his whereabouts to inform police as soon as possible," he said Thursday.
The attack thus far has seen 20 people killed with the number set to rise in the coming hours.
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