Two Suspects in Matiang’i’s Blacklist Linked to Funding Isis

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Two terror suspects linked to the financial network that supports the Islamic State (Isis) in Iraq and Syria are among nine individuals whose cash and property were frozen by the government Wednesday.

According to investigations, the two re responsible for establishing a global network for financing the terror group.

In addition, they were sanctioned by the United States of America between 2018 and 2019 for their links to the terrorist groups.

Wednesday, Interior CS Fred Matiang’i ordered the freezing of cash and property of the two and seven others including Sheikh Guyo Gorsa Boru, Mohammed Abdui Ali (Abu Fidaa), Nuseiba Mohammed Haji, Abdilmajit Adan Hassan, Mohammed Ali Abdi, Muktar Ibrahim Ali and Mire Abdullahi Elmi.

Mr Zein was named as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT) while Ms Halima was designated for assisting in providing financial, material and technological support to Isis.