Girl Thought To Have Joined a Terror Group Found In Nairobi Apartments

Faiza Mohammed Sheik

With the increasing cases of terror attack groups in the country and various nations oversees, the Government Security Units are on the watch to combat any incidents that may arise.

A Kenyan schoolgirl thought to have joined a terror group was on Wednesday found covering up in her companion’s home as a feature of her plot to sneak to the United States.
Faiza Mohammed Sheik, 17, disappeared on Monday morning in Al Mukarram bequest, South C . Her folks sought her room and found that her American travel permit was absent.

When she disappeared on Monday, her dad had reflected at the plausibility that she had been baited into joining a terror attack group.
The young lady had on various occasions narrated of her enthusiasm to move to her nation of birth, USA, yet her dad had asked her to hold up until she was prepared to join College. On Wednesday, she was discovered stowing away at a schoolmate’s home in a neighboring domain.

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Her dad Mohammed Sheik affirmed to that his little girl was found in South B bequest on Wednesday at 10am after her story was highlighted in the media.

It was after the story was disclosed on NTV that the guardians of Faiza’s colleague understood reality and advised her to return back home. Faiza has quite recently moved on from Light Academy and is relied upon to join Form Five at Braeside School, Nairobi in September.

A year ago, two young ladies from the area disappeared and were later said to have joined a  terror attack group in Syria as jihadi ladies.

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