Uganda Police Arrests a Terror Suspect of Somali Origin

The Ugandan police caught a Somali man whom they suspected to be a terrorist. They caught the man from a hotel in south Kampala.

According to New Vision Newspaper from Kampala, the police caught the man from Makindye Fuest Hotel where people will watch the World Cup 2014 soccer games. Sources say the man’s name is Abdurahman Salah and the police managed to pick him from that hotel early Wednesday morning. After finding out the man had no any identification document the hotel staff there tipped off the police. The hotel staff also said the man paid money last Monday so that a room can be reserved for him in the hotel.

After investigation, the police found marijuana from his room. This very hotel is one of the two hotels which were bombed during the last World Cup games. This incident came a time when the Security Forces in Uganda are on high alert due to Alshabaab threat that they will attack countries which sent troops to Somalia, Uganda being one of them.

Source : Dalsan Radio

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