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The beside named person is a known associate of Fazul Abdullah Mohamed. He disappeared from his residence in Malindi on the 2nd of August 2008, shortly after police raided Fazul’s hideout. Police have cause to believe that Bajnaf has information that can lead to the arrest of Fazul.

Fazul Abdullah is wanted by police to answer 15 counts of premeditated murder which occurred after the bombing of a tourist hotel in Kikambala and other terrorism activities.

The US government has offered US$ 5 million dollars (Kshs 325 million) to any person who offers information leading to the arrest of Fazul.

Bajnaf Mselem Swaleh Mahdi Khamisi

Following the eruption of criminal activities in various parts of the country as a result of the 2007 General Elections, the Kenya Police hereby appeals to the public to volunteer relevant information that may lead to the arrest and subsequent prosecution of suspected perpetrators of the crimes committed.

In the spirit of Community Policing, we particularly seek information on cases relating to murder, arson, rape and sexual assault, threats to violence and intimidation, forced eviction, erection of illegal roadblocks, criminal violence along major roads, looting, destruction of infrastructure and public property.

Anyone with any information or who might wish to be a witness to specific crimes is requested to contact the Director Criminal Investigations Department , CID Headquarters’ based along Kiambu road, P.O. Box 30036 Nairobi telephone No. 020-512090-9, OR, Nyamira, 0203531882, Kisumu 0203556788/0203531879, or Kericho, 0736350160/0203556765, Eldoret 0736350165/0203532168/0203556760 (Control room), Kisii 0203531881, Narok 0736350159, Kakamega 0203532186, or to CID officers in any police station countrywide, OR, relay the same via the Kenya Police Website
We will offer an award to persons with information leading to the successful prosecution of such suspected criminals.

The Kenya Police is grateful for the public spirited citizens who offered substantive information leading to the arrest of the following persons who have been charged with Murder, Arson, possession of crude weapon and among other relevant offences.


Alex Tanui - Murder
Isack Yator - Murder
Joseph Kiplagat -Murder

Samuel Kipkosgei Tanui-Murder
Patrick Kimulwa - Murder
Mark Salbei - Murder

Samuel Kibet Kangongo-Murder
Nahashion Yatich Komen Murder
Norman Kiyo - Possession of Dangerous Weapon
Jackson Myonga - Arson
Justus Amukaya - Arson
Peter Karanja - Arson

Julia Suge

Illigal meeting, disobeying curfew order