3 women in court for harbouring terrorists in Mombasa

September 13, 2016 3:31 pm
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Naima Mohammed, Saida Ali Haji and Shukuri Ali Haji were however not allowed to take plea since they had difficulties communicating/CFM NEWS
Naima Mohammed, Saida Ali Haji and Shukuri Ali Haji were however not allowed to take plea since they had difficulties communicating/CFM NEWS

, MOMBASA, Kenya, Sep 13 – Three women were arraigned in a Mombasa court Monday to face charges of harbouring terrorists in Mombasa.

Naima Mohammed, Saida Ali Haji and Shukuri Ali Haji were however not allowed to take plea since they had difficulties communicating.

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  • Naima Mohammed, Saida Ali Haji and Shukuri Ali Haji were however not allowed to take plea since they had difficulties communicating.
  • The Director of Public Prosecutions said they would make available a Somali translator and sign language interpreter for the accused, before they can be allowed to take plea.

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions said they would make available a Somali translator and sign language interpreter for the accused, before they can be allowed to take plea.

Mombasa Resident Magistrate Emmanuel Mutunga ordered the three be detained at the Port Police Station until Wednesday before they can stand trial.

Prosecutor Erick Masila said the three were harbouring persons concerned in the commission of terrorism.

The three were arrested immediately after Sunday’s foiled attack at the Central Police Station where three female attackers were shot dead by police.

Police identified the three female attackers as Tasnim Yakub Farah, Fatuma Omar and Mariam.

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