Just in: Abdi Hussein Ahmed and Badru Abdul Aziz Saleh most wanted by the Biden government for wildlife, narcotics trafficking.
Drug and wildlife trafficking has been pronounced the greatest enemy in any nation. Anyone proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt is viable to face the law. Two Kenyan suspects to be arrested over suspect on wildlife and drug trafficking.
President Joe Biden has offered a monetary reward for information leading to the arrest or conviction of the two Kenyans, Abdi Hussein Ahmed and Badru Abdul Aziz Saleh.
On Thursday 26th May, the US president Joe Biden said that anyone who will disclose information concerning the address of the two suspects will be rewarded up to $2 million (Ksh. 233 million)
Abdi Hussein and Saleh Abdul are a part of a highly organised international criminal group that trafficked wildlife. They are also accused of trafficking illicit drugs to the United States of America.
For the month of May, the two suspects tried to traffic up to 200 kilo grams of rhino horns and almost 10 tonnes of ivory.
The president said that eradicating drug and wildlife trafficking are major priorities of his administration.
Consequently, he congratulated the Kenyan government for the continued partnership with an aim of holding and arresting those involved in such criminal networks.
In a press briefing in the Nairobi DCI head quarters, Eric Kneedler of the US embassy on Thursday said that the Biden government is determined to interrogate and fight any form of illicit drug and wildlife trafficking until a permanent solution is settled on.
On the other hand, the DCI boss George Kinoti has called on all actors in the kenyan justice system to assist in the arrest and prosecution of the two suspects.
Kinoti said that America has played a great role in facilitating tracking of criminal networks. He added that today the system uses an oriented integrated approach to deal effectively with such criminal networks.
For more information, visit the source at Nation media group – Kenya.