My brother is innocent says Brother of Canadian suspected in Kenya terrorist attack
The sibling of a Canadian man blamed for being a piece of a a terrorist attack in Nairobi, Kenya says that he is persuaded his sibling is guiltless and will contract a legal advisor to safeguard his name.
Abdihakim Guleid is one of six individuals associated with helping and abetting the assault on the dusitD2 lodging complex on Tuesday that brought about 21 individuals dead. The assault included shooters raging the perplexing and starting to shoot, just as a suicide aircraft.
Al-Shabab, a psychological militant gathering connected to al-Qaida and situated in neighboring Somalia, asserted duty regarding the assault.
Abdihakim showed up in court with five different suspects on Wednesday and will be held for 30 days while specialists examine the assault. Examiners said they are seeking after more suspects in and outside of Kenya.
As per his driver’s permit, he is 46 years of age and has lived in Etobicoke, an area in west Toronto, as of late as 2017, when his permit was last issued.
Abdul Guleid, Abdihakim’s sibling, says that Abdihakim went to Kenya in December to bring back his family. He
was a truck driver for Purolator while in Canada.
He says that he is “100 percent” persuaded that his sibling is guiltless, yet he hasn’t gotten notification from him yet.
“We will employ a legal counselor and demonstrate he is guiltless,” he said. “He is a typical individual, similar to some other individual, great family man. He has no craving or nothing to do with such a wrongdoing, I am 100 percent beyond any doubt.”