The police have unmasked two al Shabaab terror commanders linked to the spate of attacks in Kenya and appealed for information on their whereabouts.
Terrorists Mohammed Kuno and Mohammed Iman have been linked to the strings of attacks in northern Kenya, including the recent Mandera killings of quarry workers.
At least 64 people have been killed in terror attacks by the militia group this year.
Police said Kuno, also known as Dulyadinaka Gamadheereis, who is suspected to be hiding in Kenya, is al Shabaab’s Jabha (military) leader for the Juba region of Somalia.
The militants have established a Jabha Unit in every region of Somalia.
He is also infamous for having an extensive terrorist network within Kenya, particularly in the Dadaab refugee camp.
Kuno claimed responsibility for the November 22, 2014, Makka Bus attack in Mandera, where 28 people were killed.
Police said the man has been mistaken to be very religious and has worked as a Madrassa teacher for several years.