Kenya freezes bank accounts with suspected terrorism links: treasury
Kenya has suspended a series of bank accounts suspected to be connected to financing terrorism, days after the university massacre of almost 150 people by Somalia’s Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab, the treasury said.
“Actions taken are consistent with the international law on financing terrorism…. we produced a list of persons and entities who may have been involved in facilitating terrorism activities,” said top treasury official Kamau Thugge.
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