Kenya Police Arrests an Ethiopian Assailant

Kenya  Police  detained  and transferred an Ethiopian assailant to Kenyan  prison of Kilimani on Monday less than a month after an Ogadeni taxi driver,Abdirashid Ali Bashir, in Garissa city was injured by Ethiopian contractors armed with pistols that immediately identifies as Deeq Mohammoud  Hassan (Doys) and Idiris Ali Qoys, the Ogaden news online ( reported.

Deeq was arrested while he was in a hospital in Nairobi  at  Hurlingham where he has been hospitalizing . According to eyewitnesses the assailants were five men in number that the Police immediately identified both their names and faces  after they had arrested Deeq, who had been accidentally injured  and left the scene by  his fellow Ethiopian assailants that got panic.

While Kenyan police arrested  one of the perpetrators, Deeq  ,Mr. Qoys  who is believed  behind  several assassination missions in Kenya remain hiding and in the run .

The assailant was eventually transferred to Garrissa city, where he will face on gang and charges of  cross border criminal  activities.

In February 11, 2011,  Ogaden refugees living in Kenya asked for Kenyan government’s protection in Kenya’s soil.

Over the last five years Ethiopian government has been sending well-paid spies and assailants to neighboring countries including Djibouti, Somalia and Kenya in part of its hunt on asylum-seekers, opposition figures and ONLF-sympathizers that sought refuge inside Somali-Speaking communities in the horn of Africa nations.