In the photo above is the face of Kenya’s most wanted man in connection with the Garissa University terror attack in which 147 people were massacre.
A reward of 20 million Kenyan shillings, which is about $215,000, is to be given as a reward to the person that can provide valuable information to arrest Mohamed Mohamud, who also goes by the aliases Dulyadin and Gamadhere.
A tweet by @InteriorKE, the Kenyan Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government in The Office of the President posted with Mahamud’s photo was accompanied by the caption: “We appeal to anyone with any info on #Gamadhere to share with relevant authorities and security agencies.”
The role the man played is still unknown. But Mohamud is the leader of al-Shabaab and has been named as the mastermind behind the gruesome attack.
On Friday, the Kenyan interior Minister Joseph Nkaissery said the Kenyan police have arrested five suspects in connection with the attack that was carried out on Thursday at Garissa University College.
According to Nkaissery, the attack took the lives of 142 students, three security officers and two university security personnel. Another 104 people were injured, including 19 who are in critical condition.
Hellen Titus, a student that was found alive after the attack said she survived by fooling the terrorist. She said she made them believe she has already been shot by rubbing the blood of those that have already been shot on her body.