After a horrifying massacre occurred in Garissa, Kenya on Thursday, Kenyan officials have revealed that a total of five “terrorists” have been arrested in connection to the attack.
According to USA Today:
Interior Ministry spokesman Mwenda Njoka said on Twitter that security agencies picked up three people trying to cross into Somalia, where the al-Shabab militants are based.
He said the three are associates of Mohamed Mohamud, also known as Dulyadin Gamadhere, a former teacher at a Kenyan Madrassa Islamic school who authorities say coordinated the attack on Garissa University College that killed 148 people. Four gunmen were killed in the 15-hour siege.
The site continues:
The three arrests at the border bring the number of suspects arrested in relation to the attack to five as two suspects were picked up at in Garissa, in northeast Kenya, where Thursday’s attack occurred.
There’s a $220,000 bounty for any information leading to Gamadhere’s arrest.
SOURCE: USA Today | PHOTO & VIDEO CREDIT: Getty, NDN