British citizen, and possible MI6 agent, Sharif Ahmed Abdirizak, who arrested as he tried to flee from Kenya to Britain. http://www.dailymail.
Sharif Ahmed Abdirizak, who was suspected of being involved in the mall attack in Kenya, has been released without charge.
British citizen Sharif Ahmed Abdirizak was arrested by the Kenyan authorities as he tried to fly out of Kenya after the Westgate attack.
According to the Kenyan authorities, he was carrying maps of the mall on his laptop.
"The arrest has been downplayed by Britain, with High Commissioner in Nairobi Christian Turner describing it as ‘not of significant interest’ to the inquiry."
This means that Sharif Ahmed Abdirizak could well be working for MI6.
Abdirizak, who was trying to fly to Manchester via Turkey.
In Manchester, Abdirizak's aunt claims he was visiting his dying mother, Fatuma Abdirahman, in the Salama Hospital in Nairobi.
"Enquiries by The Mail on Sunday revealed no one of his mother’s name had ever been admitted.
"In fact, sources said yesterday that, along with other family members, she had been ‘picked up’ by police at an address in Eastleigh (in Kenya) and was being questioned by detectives."
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