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|Killed in shootout near near the Askar camp|
|Violence and lawlessness in southern territories endanger transition|
According to preliminary reports, the armed would have attacked a military compound in al-Dhali as part of their armed resistance against Sana'a central government.
Security officials explained the men opened fire on the compund and hurled hand-held grenades at buildings and soldiers.
As a result three soldiers were severely injured.
"Armed confrontations are still going on between army soldiers and secessionist around the government compound," reported Xinhua, quoting security source.
Despite renewed calls for calm and Dr. Yassin Noman's injunction to join the National Dialogue Conference, in-factions of al-Harak, notably one that it is led by former South Yemen President ali Salem al-Baidh have grown increasingly violent in their calls for secession.
While a great majority of southerners translated President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi's latest round of presidential decrees as proof state promises had some depth and meaning again (President Hadi fulfilled his commitment to the nation and the GCC-brokered transition of power agreement by demoting Gen. Ahmed Ali Saleh and Ge. Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar from their positions); some radical separatist groups are still very much determined to engage in violence rather than dialogue.
|Speedboat carrying weapons in Red Sea not Israeli, Iranian|
|[Al Ahram] A speedboat carrying weapons in the Red Sea was neither Israeli nor Iranian, an army spokesperson has confirmed. The speedboat, which was stopped on Thursday near Ras Mohamed, was carrying a Togo flag and was in the area to protect ships in the area from Somali pirates, Colonel Ahmed Ali said via Facebook.|
"International private security companies have formed units of ex- to secure in the Red Sea using speedboats. Some of these speedboats enter Egyptian waters by mistake," Ali added.
The speedboat contained 64 M6 assault rifles, 28 pistols and security guards from America, Ukraine, Russia and Greece.
|Two ASWJ men among seven shot dead in city|
|[Dawn] Seven men, including two s said to be associated with the Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat and an equal number of , were in the city on Friday, police said.|
They said that Maulana Dilfaraz Mauavia, 45, and his associate Haji Usman were targeted by two men riding a near the Denim Chowrangi within the remit of the SITE-A .
The two men suffered multiple gunshot wounds and were rushed to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, where Maulana Mauavia was pronounced dead on arrival while Haji Usman died during treatment, said SITE SP Ali Asif.
He said that the ASWJ claimed that Maulana Mauvia was associated with the party, while the second victim was said to be a former student of Jamia Binoria.
An ASWJ said that Maulana Mauvia was a leader of the party's Baldia Town chapter and he along with his associate Haji Usman was heading home after offering Friday prayers.
Late Friday night, two ASWJ activists were targeted in the Gulbahar area, the police said.
The officials said that Naveed Ahmed and Muhammad Sohail were sitting near a shop in Phoolwali Gali where they were fired at in a drive-by shooting. The were rushed to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, where Naveed died during treatment. The killings took place at a time when ASWJ workers were staging protest demonstrations in different parts of the city over s of its activists and supporters.
two were in different areas of the city, officials said.
They added that police constable Akhtar Ali was in the Metroville area of Site.
The police said that the police constable was heading home from work on a motorbike when he was targeted by riding a .
The victim was posted in the Site-B .
The police shifted the body to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital for medico-legal formalities.
A young police official was in Manghopir on Friday night, officials said.
They added said that police constable Nadeem Baloch, 28, was riding a bike when he was targeted within the remit of the Manghopir bazaar .
The police said that the victim was not in uniform.
They shifted the body to the Civil Hospital '>Bloody Karachi for medico-legal formalities.
Killing in North
A young man was in what the police described as a targeted attack in North on Friday.
The police said that riding a fired at Maqsood Ali, 32, who was returning home after offering Friday prayers in Sector 5-C-2 within the jurisdiction of the Khawaja Ajmer Nagri .
He was rushed to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where on arrival, they said.
North SP Syed Salman Hussain said that the victim was not active in any political or religious party. the victim's elder brother, Hafiz Ahmed Ali, was an office-bearer of the in .
A young man was in the New Industrial Area on Friday evening, police said.
They said that Mohammad Kashif and his friend Faisal were having tea outside an auto-workshop when riding a pulled up there, pumped two bullets in Kashif's head and rode away, said North SP Hussain.
It was not immediately clear whether the victim had affiliation with any political or religious party, the police said.
The body was shifted to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital for medico-legal formalities.
Killing in Korangi
A middle-aged man was killed in Korangi on Friday, police said.
They said that riding a motorbike opened fire on a jeep near Singer Chowrangi within the remit of the Awami Colony and rode away. The bullets hit Abdul Sattar, 40, who was rushed to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre where on arrival.
The police were not sure about the motive for the killing.
They said that the victim was previously affiliated with the proscribed
the ASWJ, believed to be the reincarnation of the banned SSP, did not own the victim as their worker or supporter.
Minor girl found 'raped', murdered
The body of a six-year-old girl was found at a desolate place in Gulshan-e-Iqbal on Friday.
Police said that the girl had gone missing on Thursday noon in Sikandar Goth and her father, a tailor by profession, lodged a report regarding her disappearance with the Sachal after he failed to find her.
He informed the police that his daughter was playing outside the home but did not return.
On Friday evening, the body was found in a deserted lane within the remit of the Mobina Town . The body was shifted to the JPMC for a post-mortem examination.
Although, the findings of the post-mortem examination were not immediately known, the police suspected that the little girl had been subjected to a sexual assault before being murdered. There were marks of strangulation around the neck, the police said.
|Yemen Recovery Funds moves to the offensive against former regime|
|[Yemen Post] Mohammed Samih, General Coordinator for the recovery of stolen funds in Yemen told al-Jazeera on Sunday the group had been hard at work since September 2012, date of its creation, bent on guaranteeing the recovery of all the money the former regime it believes swindle out of Yemen. Former President Ahmed Ali Saleh- former Commander in Chief of the - are believed to have a combine net worth of several billions of dollars, spread out through the Middle East, the United States of America, and western Europe -- , Germany and the UK-- and his eldest son, Gen. |
Under the Convention Against Corruption - UNCAC- the international community can and must enable any government which seeks to investigate and take actions against individuals or groups they believe embezzled public funds or benefited from criminal activities. Signed in 2003 UNCAC is the most recent of a long series of developments in which experts and politicians have recognized the far-reaching impact of corruption and economic crime that undermine the value of democracy, sustainable development, and rule of law.
UNCAC deals with forms of corruption that had not been covered by many of the earlier international instruments, such as trading in influence, abuse of function, and various types of corruption in the private sector. A further significant development was the inclusion of a specific chapter dealing with the recovery of stolen assets, a major concern for countries that pursue the assets of former leaders and other officials accused or found to have engaged in corruption.
Under Chapter IV of UNCAC, States Parties are obliged to assist one another in every aspect of the fight against corruption, including prevention, investigation, and the prosecution of offenders. Cooperation takes the form of extradition, mutual legal assistance, transfer of sentences persons and criminal proceedings, and law enforcement cooperation.
According to Samih, Germany prevented Gen. Ahmed Ali from from completing a series of order on his accounts -- transfer of funds and property deeds - Although only a fraction of Saleh's sons and nephews money is actually believed to be hidden in Europe, Samih said he was pleased Germany had agreed to assist Yemen in its fight against corruption.
However he noted how disappointing Gulf countries had been in their refusal to come forth with Saleh and his coterie's financial information.
It has been rumoured - although without proof so far - that Saleh's family members have been using screens to hide their wealth, their money hidden away within foreign companies, properties bought under agents and funds transferred to off-shore accounts through proxies -- Gen. Yehia Saleh - former Head of the Central Security Forces - quite openly bought multi-million dollars properties in where he relocated in 2012 months prior to his dismissal by President Abdu Rabbo Mansour Hadi.
|Egypt court orders retrial for Mubarak|
|CAIRO - An Egyptian court on Sunday ordered a retrial for former president Hosni Mubarak after accepting an appeal against the life sentence handed him for his involvement in the deaths of protesters in 2011. Mubarak, 84, his two sons Alaa and Gamal, his former interior minister Habib al-Adly and top security chiefs will now face a new trial, the Court of Cassation, the top appeals court, said after a very brief hearing.|
The ruling was met with cries of “Long live justice!” by Mubarak supporters who held up the former strongman’s picture and hugged each other in the courtroom, with dozens more outside shouting “We love you, president!”
Mubarak, his sons and Adly will remain in jail, however, as they still face separate cases.
Judge Ahmed Ali Abdelrahman told the court he had accepted the appeals by Mubarak, Adly and the prosecution, thereby cancelling all previous rulings by the Cairo criminal court. A date has still to be set for the new trial, judicial sources said.
The decision comes less than two weeks before the second anniversary of the popular uprising that unseated Mubarak and paved the way for the election of the country’s first Islamist president, Mohamed Morsi.
On June 2, Mubarak and Adly were sentenced to life in prison for failing to prevent the deaths of over 800 protesters during the 18-day uprising that began on January 25, 2011. Six security chiefs on trial in the same case were acquitted at the time.
Mubarak and his two sons, Gamal and Alaa — once the symbols of power and wealth in the country — were acquitted on corruption charges due to the expiry of a statute of limitations.
The rulings sparked nationwide outrage, with thousands taking to the streets to vent their anger that no one had been found directly guilty of killing the protesters.
On Saturday, an ailing Mubarak was interrogated over fresh charges of corruption and ordered detained for 15 days pending investigation. He is accused of accepting gifts worth seven million Egyptian pounds (around $1 million) from the country’s flagship state newspaper Al-Ahram.
Following sentencing in June last year, Mubarak was moved to Tora prison in south Cairo after spending 16 months in hospitals in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh and then in Cairo. His health collapsed and the state news agency even reported him clinically dead at one point as he slipped into a coma. He has since suffered several health scares and is currently being treated for fractured ribs and fluid in the lungs at a military hospital in Cairo.
|Yemeni President Restructures Army, Removes Saleh Cronies|
|[An Nahar] Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansour Hadi announced on Wednesday the restructuring of the army and defense ministry, purging them of relatives and cronies of former head of state , state television|
... and if you can't believe state television who can you believe?
Hadi took a series of decisions, including one scrapping the elite Republican Guard which was under the command of Saleh's oldest son Ahmed, the state broadcaster said.
Hadi took over the reins of power in Yemen less than a year ago, after veteran strongman Saleh stepped down as part of a power transition agreement, following a year-long uprising against his rule.
Under the new restructuring, eliminating the powerful Republican Guard, the army now consists of three main branches: ground forces, navy and the air force, the state broadcaster said.
Three new structures were also created and placed under the presidency's direct control: a presidential guard, special operations forces and a unit in charge of ballistic weapons.
The last two had been previously controlled by Saleh's son Ahmed.
Other changes ordered by Hadi include the sacking of deputy central security forces chief General Yahia Mohammed Saleh, a nephew of the former president, who was replaced by General Ahmed Ali al-Maqdasi.
Earlier this month tens of thousands of demonstrators took part in a protest march in Sanaa against Saleh, his family and close aides, accusing them of holding out for a comeback.
|Saudi border guards arrest 60 Yemenis from Saada|
|[Yemen Post] Saudi border guards on Monday about 60 Yemenis from Saada governorate after they attempted to control deserted houses on the Saudi-Yemenis borders, Yemeni media sources affirmed. |
They said the Yemenis who are affiliated to the group tried to control a Saudi Tel-communication cell located in the area.
The Saudi military had engaged in a war with the Houthi group in 2009 after Houthi fighters crossed into Saudi territory.
The Houthi group has recently allied with the former president against their joint political foes, Yemeni media sources affirmed.
Yemeni political sources had stated that Houthi fighters were trained in camps of the Republican Guard led by the elderly son of Saleh, Ahmed Ali in the framework of cooperation between Saleh's family and Houthis. tribal leaders affirmed that the Houthi group set up three camps in Saada and Amran to recruit and train fighters, pointing out that Houthi fighters are transferred to Iran and to receive training.
The Houthi group had involved in six wars with the central government, the last one ending in 2010. The founder of the Houthi group, Hussein Al-Houthi was killed in 2004 during the first round of the war.
The Houthis are accused of attempting to expand and take control on Saada, Hajja, Amran and other northern governorates with support of Iran. They engaged in fierce battles with tribes of Hajja early of the current year.
Their with Salafis in Saada first erupted in November 2011 and they were ceased in line with truce agreement brokered by tribal leaders
|10 more killed in Karachi|
|[Pak Daily Times] KARACHI: Three activists of Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ) and two Mohajir Qaumi Movement-Haqiqi (MQM-H) workers among 10 people were killed in the city violence on Friday.|
Three seminary students, affiliated with ASWJ, were killed at Abul Hassan Ispahani Road, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, within the precincts of Mobina Town . Police said that two pillion riders shot and killed 26-year-old Azizur Rahman, son of Abdul Ghaffar, 27-year-old Qari Moavia and 23-year-old Muhammad Shahzad. Their bodies were moved to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) for medico-legal formalities.
A police official said that victims were students of Darul Khair Madrassa situated in Gulistan-e-Jauhar. They were on their way to seminary after participating in the protest held by ASWJ at Scouts Colony against frequent of ASWJ men. Deceased were residents of Pehlwan Goth, Gulistan-e-Jauhar and hailed from Ali Pur, Muzzaffargarh, Punjab.
Following the incident, a heavy contingent of Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) reached the scene to avoid any further untoward incident. ASWJ Taj Hanfi condemned the killing and demanded early arrest of the culprits.
Later opened intense aerial fire and pelted passing vehicles with stones and got commercial activities shutdown forcibly in the vicinity.
A man belonging to Qadiyani community, was , while three others at Madina Colony, Baldia Town within the limits of Baldia . According to police, four opened targeted firing at a vehicle AUU-695, resultantly four men, Farooq 56, son of Manzoor, Saad 26 son of Farooq, Hammad 24, son of Farooq and Nusrat 53, received multiple bullets wounds. They were rushed to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital (ASH) for treatment, where Saad . A police official said that all victims were relatives and were returning to their homes on a car.
Deceased Saad was the electrical engineer and he got marriage a couple of days ago, while his father runs a generator business.
Two activists of Mohajir Qaumi Movement-Haqiqi (MQM-H) were killed at sector 6, Korangi within the limits of Awami Colony . A police official said that victims, 27-year-old Furqan son Qasim and 26-year-old Ahmed Ali son of Zafar Ahmed were going somewhere, when unidentified shot them dead and escaped. Their bodies were brought to JPMC . MQM-H spokesperson Khalid Hameed condemned the killing of their party workers and demanded early arrest of the culprits. Two more people were at sector 3, Baldia Town within the jurisdiction of Saeedabad . A police official said that one of the victims was 30-year-old Shahzad son of Farooq, while was yet to be identified. He said that both were on their way on a . As they reached near NADRA office, armed pillion riders opened fire on them, resultantly both received fatal bullet and . Their bodies were brought to ASH for autopsies. Deceased Shahzad lived in the same area. He further said that political or sectarian affiliations of victims were not yet cleared.
A man was killed at Nasir Jump within the limits of Korangi . A police official said that two pillion riders Yousuf, 25, son of Hussain, and . His body was shifted to JPMC for medico-legal formalities. was the resident of Zia Colony.
A man was stabbed to death at Manghopir area within the limits of Manghopir . Police said that Shah Murad 30, son of Saleh Muhammad, was stabbed to death by unidentified man. His body was shifted to ASH for medico-legal formalities. Police suspected that the incident occurred over a personal enmity.
|Two Muttahida men among nine shot dead|
|[Dawn] Nine persons, including two workers of the , were in acts of violence in the city on Sunday, police said.|
Besides other city areas, Orangi Town was badly hit by the incidents of violence on Sunday where four men, including the two MQM activists, fell victim to .
The police said riding a intercepted two men, Nihal Akhtar, 28, and Noorul Huda, 30, who were also on a , in Chishti Nagar, a locality in Orangi Town No 7, fired a volley of bullets on them ad rode away.
Iqbal Market police said that the victims were rushed to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, where they were pronounced dead.
They said both men were associated with the MQM. Akhtar was a former office-bearer of the party's Orangi Town unit and was currently employed at the Port Qasim Authority, while the second victim was his friend and also a party worker.
Following the incident tension gripped parts of Orangi Town, where shops and markets were closed.
In the second incident, an unidentified young man was by assailants riding a motorbike near Kati Pahari in Orangi Town No 1.
The victim appeared to be in his mid-twenties. He . The body was shifted to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital for medico-legal formalities.
Earlier in the day, a driver of route G-27 minibus was in Orangi Town No 7.
Armed men riding a fired a single shot at driver Rahim Khan, 27, and escaped. He . The body was shifted to ASH for medico-legal formalities.
The police were not sure about the exact motive for the killing.
When contacted, police chief Iqbal Mehmood told Dawn that it was too early to say that all the four killings in Orangi Town were interlinked. "We have sent the empty casings to the forensic division to come to a certain conclusion," he added.
Two found in graveyard
Bodies of two were found in the Mewashah graveyard within the remit of the Pak Colony on Sunday.
The police said the trussed-up bodies bore torture marks and the victims had been shot in their heads.
The bodies were moved to the Civil Hospital for a post-mortem examination. Later, the bodies were shifted to the Edhi morgue for want of identification.
A gravedigger was killed in a Nazimabad area on Sunday, police said.
They said the incident took place within the remit of the Paposh Nagar police post where unknown motorcyclists Muneer Ahmed, who was a gravedigger at the Paposhnagar graveyard.
The victim suffered serious bullet wounds and was rushed to ASH, where he was declared dead.
The police suspected personal enmity as a likely motive for the killing.
Youth in Gulbahar
A young man was in Gulbahar on Sunday.
Police said riding a targeted Ahmed Ali within the remit of the Gulbahar and fled. The victim was rushed to ASH, where on arrival.
DSP Iftikhar Lodhi said the incident was a result of some personal enmity as the victim had a family dispute.
Shot dead in Surjani Town
An unidentified man was killed in a drive-by shooting in Surjani Town on Sunday.
Police said that the incident took place in Khuda Ki Basti within the remit of the Surjani Town . The victim . The body was shifted to ASH.They said the victim could not be identified immediately.
The decomposed body of an unidentified man was found in a garbage dump in Jamshed Quarters on Sunday morning, police said.
They said it appeared that the body had lain there for the last many days and it had decomposed badly.
The body was shifted to the Civil Hospital for medico-legal formalities.
|Somalia: Puntland reshuffles its cabinet|
|(Sh.M.Network)-- Abdirahman Mohamed Farole, the president of Somalia's northern semi-autonomous state of Puntalnd, made on Saturday a momentous changes, reshuffling the cabinet ministers.|
On Saturday a decree issued by The President Abdirahman Mohamed Farole has reshuffled the following ministers,Deputy Ministers and state ministers;-
1-The Minister of Aviation Ali Ahmed Gamute was changed to Minister of Commerce and was replaced by Minister Hassan Yasin Mohamed;
2-Asho Gelle who served under former President Gen. Adde Muse and had been a minister of Women Affairs for seven years was replaced by Halimo Hassan Haji;
3- The Minister of Information Ahmed Ali Askar was also let go and replaced with Mohamud Aydid Ibrahim.
According to Ahmed Aydid Director of Puntland's state house, there have been many new Deputy Ministers and State Ministers announced for ministries such as Planning and International Cooperation, Environment, Internal Affairs and Education.
|Christian girl sees 'copter drama after release|
|[Dawn] ISLAMABAD: The Christian girl accused of blasphemy was airlifted from Adiyala jail on Saturday and shifted to an unspecified place in Islamabad under the protective custody of police after completion of legal formalities by her lawyers.|
Her counsel Tahir Naveed Chaudhry and said the girl would be shifted to a safe place in another city with her family.
The helicopter was arranged on the directives of Interior Minister , the police officer said, adding that a heavy contingent of police commandoes had been deployed around the jail to avoid any untoward incident.
The capital police personnel, including SHO, investigation officer of the case and SSP, reached the jail, along with two armed personnel carriers. The girl whose face was covered with a piece of cloth was whisked to the waiting helicopter in an open area adjacent to the jail. The helicopter carrying the girl, her father, SSP and the investigation officer landed at the helipad of army aviation behind Shakaraprian in Islamabad.
The helicopter was later seen flying towards the western side of the capital, the area where girl's town Mehria Jaffar is located.
There were unconfirmed reports that the girl and members of her family met a representative of the government under the custody of police commandos and also visited their house. According to sources, the girl and her family were shifted to an unspecified area and would be kept in a women hostel till Sunday morning.
A said that the girl's family had been allowed to move to any place of their choice, but it was suggested that they should shift outside the capital and the place would be kept secrete for their security.
Additional Session Judge of Islamabad Azam Khan ordered Inspector General Bani Amin Khan to appoint an honest and dedicated senior officer to investigate the case.
"It is a very sensitive matter which has attracted the national and international media and hurt the feeling of different religions.
The Inspector General of Police, Islamabad, is directed to appoint an honest and dedicated senior officer not below the rank of Superintendent of Police, who shall conduct a proper investigation so that the real culprit or conspiracy, if any, could be dug out and real facts could be brought to surface," the judge said in his order.
It may be mentioned that Assistant Inspector General of Police (operations) Tahir Alam Khan has been appointed head of a team investigating the case. District Magistrate Amir Ahmed Ali was appointed supervisory officer on Sept 6.
Earlier, an assistant sub-inspector and then a sub-inspector were investigating the case.
A senior police officer privy to the investigation told Dawn that the inspector general of police had recorded a statement of the girl and another would be recorded soon. Malik Asad adds: Additional Sessions Judge Kamaran Basharat Mufti signed the release papers. The Pakistain Minorities Alliance deposited the surety bonds for her release. On Friday, Additional District and Sessions Judge Mohammad Azam Khan granted bail to the girl against a surety bond of Rs1 million and adjourned the proceeds
The girl's lawyer told Dawn that the state was responsible for the girl's safety as well as that of her family. Tahir Chaudhry said the girl would be kept in a rest house, along with her family, at because of security concerns.
Nadeem Anthony, another counsel, said defence lawyers would appear before the court against Imam Jadoon because he had tried to misuse the blasphemy law. He said it was the Imam who committed blasphemy and he must be punished in accordance with the law.
|Wanted Rogo ally speaks from hideout|
|[Daily Nation (Kenya)] Said Abubaker Shariff Ahmed alias Makaburi, who is wanted in connection with the Mombasa riots has claimed he is a target of a police hit squad.|
Last week, police obtained a warrant of arrest for Mr Ahmed, who they blame for the violence that followed the killing of A suspect Aboud Rogo.
Four people, including three security agents, were killed in two days of chaos in which four churches were also looted and torched.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with the Nation from his hideout in the coastal town, Mr Ahmed claimed there is a plot by Kenyan security agencies supported by outside forces to assassinate him.
He admitted that Sheikh Rogo, who was accused by the and the US of being Al-Shabaab's chief agent in Kenya, was his close associate and best friend.
He also appeared to suggest that he had links with the Somalia terror group by saying that youths in Mombasa had asked him how they could get help from the rebels to avenge Sheikh Rogo's killing.
"Youths have asked me if they can get help from Al-Shabaab," he said. Mr Ahmed said Kenya, whose forces have been fighting Al-Shabaab in Somalia since last year, should leave the Horn of Africa country alone.
The Kenya Defence Forces, he said, was leading an illegal fight in Somalia. "Al-Shabaab are Somalis. They should be left to rule Somalia ... not a bunch of people who meet in Nairobi hotels to declare themselves rulers of Somalia."
He added that while Al-Shabaab have not armed him, the Kenyan and US governments were after his life. "We are certain that there is a hit squad targeting s and other s perceived to be s.
"These mercenaries are monitoring our phones, our lives and then killing us. We believe that American, British and Israeli security agencies are involved," Mr Ahmed said.
According to the police, Mr Ahmed incited youths to avenge Sheikh Rogo's death through violent riots aimed at churches and Christians.
"The brutal murder of Aboud Rogo has saddened us. While his death is being investigated, we will hunt down those responsible for the violent demonstrations and arrest them. They can hide from justice for now, but not forever," Coast province police chief Aggrey Adoli said.
On Sunday, the Coast PCIO, a Mr Muasya, said police were still on the trail of Mr Ahmed and other suspects over the violence. Also in their crosshairs is Sheikh Abu Qatada, who also spoke to the Nation on Sunday.
The 43-year-old said that he kept away from the demonstrations because he expected the police to link him with whatever was happening.
"I was not there. I was at home and the only time I left the house was when I went to see Rogo's wife who was in hospital. I was afraid that the police might also kill her."
Mr Ahmed asked this Nation to rush to Mombasa and meet him before his . After almost two days of playing hide-and-seek games, his confidants led the to his hideout located near a mosque.
Mr Ahmed is one of the three Kenyans on the US government Sanctions List for alleged involvement in terror activities.