$215,000 reward offered on al Shabaab leader suspected of masterminding the Garissa university attacked which killed 148 people. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Kenyan police have placed a $215,000 (KSHS. 20 million) reward for the capture of al Shabaab leader Mohamed Mohamud. Mohamud is the suspected mastermind of an attack in which al Shabaab Islamist militants killed 148 people at Garissa university on Thursday (April 2). On Saturday (April 4), Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta said that those behind the attack were "deeply embedded" in Kenya, and called on Kenyan Muslims to help prevent radicalisation. The Interior Ministry said five suspects in the assault had been detained, some while trying to flee to Somalia.