By SAM ALFAN.
The court has ordered three terror suspects in the Pangani attack to remain in police custody for ten days to allow police complete investigations to the incident.
Senior Principal Magistrate Edda Agade allowed the application by Corporal Cyrus Ikade on grounds that police are still investigating the incidents that claimed the life of two police officers during the explosion.
The court said that the matter is sensitive and attaches on state security and police should be given more to complete investigation.
In an affidavit sworn by the officer, says that the accused Ahmed Dugal Ali, Abdiaziz Bulle Ali and Mohamed Abdullahi Falir are be believed to be members of Al-Shabbab group.
He says that the first accused Dugal Ali is the owner of the motor vehicle which was used during the Pangani police station explosion in which to two terror suspects also died.
The officer further deposed that the second and third accused persons Bulle Ali and Abdullahi Falir are close associates of the terrorists who died during the attack, saying that police are still pursuing their accomplice.
The suspects are dangerous to the security of the state and the public in general, the officer says in his affidavit.
The presiding Magistrate ordered the suspects be remanded at Muthaiga police for a period of ten days and they be produced in court on May 12.