Ali Hussein Ali and Ibrahim Mukhtar Abashiekh are alleged to have been involved in human trafficking and at one time received USD 30000, an equivalent of KSh 3 million, from a known operative of Magafe named ABDIKADIR.
Human body parts harvesting
“Families of those in captive are then contacted by the Magafe asking for ransom for kin to be released….” police say in the filed documents.
Ali Hussein Ali has a network in Kenya, South Sudan through which extortion is done,” the court documents read.
“The worst of it all is that human body harvesting is done unwillingly to the victims, and the human body parts are sold in China while victims are left to die,” the police statement reads.
The money is transferred after the captive(s) are given Libyan telephone numbers to communicate with their relatives.
They have been released on bonds of Sh 100,000 each pending hearing on August 1 2017.