Mr Khalifa said hooded gunmen dressed in black intercepted Mr Omar’s taxi.
The terror case involve the Nairobi Westgate Mall terror suspect continued today, Wednesday 10th October 2020 after being postponed previously for three times.
A Nairobi court found two guilty while one was acquitted due to lack of evidence. The court convicted Mohamed Ahmed and Hussein Hassan Mustafa for the offences of conspiring to commit a terrorism act and also for being in possession of material promoting terrorism activity.
According to the presiding Chief Magistrate, the two were found to had actively aided besides participated in the Westgate Mall attack in Nairobi Kenya on September 2013 where 67 people lost their lives.
The third suspect identified as Liban Omar, was acquitted from the charges due to lack of evidence.
More than 140 witnesses testified in the case. The accused denied conspiring to commit terrorism.
The presiding judge ruled that the two suspects, both Kenyan citizens, will be sentenced on 22 October.