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    Kenya:Video Dahabshiil manager charged with recruiting young Kenyans to Al-Shabaab

    Kenyamedia.net - Dozens of men, including Dahabshiil's deputy manager of South Africa, are charged with recruiting for Al-Shabaab in Kenya.

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Kenyamedia.net - Dozens of men, including Dahabshiil's deputy manager of South Africa, are charged with recruiting for Al-Shabaab in Kenya.

Abdirizak Mowlana was arrested in Nairobi where he was allegedly recruiting young Kenyan men to Al-Shabaab, a radical Islamic group with ties to the al-Qaeda.

"He ( Mowlanaa) met young Kenyans whom he told that he had jobs in Somalia for them. But we believe that he was taking them to Al-Shabaab to join," said Joseph, an official for the Kenya Police Criminal Investigation Department (CID).  

Kaju, An official from the Kenyan anti-terrorism police said that the agent was investigating his alleged involvement and that he had taken young Kenyans to Somalia twice, where they eventually joined the Somali militants.


"The Assistant Manager of Dahabshiil Mr Mowlanaa has a South African passport and he was a preacher  of the Islamic religion. We introduced each other and often meet the Office of Dahabshiil in Johannesburg, South Africa” Said Mahad Mohamed, a member of the Somali entrepreneurs in South Africa. 

Kenyan TV of K24 also covered a film about Mowlana who was interrogated and asked questions like, "why are you recruiting people from Kenya? Why don't you go and recruit people from your own country? 

The agent of anti-terrorism says the recruiting of the young Kenyans have been intensified which makes the threat from terrorism is higher than ever before in the Eastern country of Kenya. As Shabaab promises for the young Kenyans jobs and benefits for going to Somalia.  

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Hormuud Telecom, Taaj Express, Salaam Bank iyo Dahabshiil Money Transfer directly pay taxes to Al-Shabaab.

But Al-Shabaab derives the bulk of its funding for its operations from taxing business people and most lucrative companies in Mogadishu and control of most businesses in rural Somalia. 51 -Over the years, the terrorist group has established a well-structured and oiled taxation infrastructure supported by courts, road tolls, and loyal revenue payers. At the edge of the knife, the group's operatives demands that all business people and companies pay tax to its agents.

Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone - Per month

Al-Shabaab is more than just a terrorist group. In 2011, its annual revenue was in the region of $70–100 million per year. In 2018, the President of the Somali Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) confirmed that Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone.

Hormuud Telecom pays an estimated $200,000 every month to the Al-Shabaab

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Hormuud Telecom, Taaj Express, Salaam Bank iyo Dahabshiil Money Transfer directly pay taxes to Al-Shabaab.

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Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone - Per month

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Hormuud Telecom pays an estimated $200,000 every month to the Al-Shabaab

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