REVEALED! The Woman Who Masterminded Kenya Mall Attack Was In Nigeria

 

Samantha Lewthwaite, the British widow known as “White Widow” accused of masterminding the despicable terrorist attack on Kenyan shopping mall which killed over 60 people was in Nigeria and evaded detection, according to a report in the Daily Mirror, UK-based newspaper.

According to the newspaper, “In Nigeria, where police forces are notoriously corrupt, there were reports that she (Lewthwaite) was almost caught a while ago, but she bribed her way out of trouble.”

Read the full report below:

“If White Widow Samantha Lewthwaite is on the run she will be hard to catch. If a Lewthwaite were to be on the run in Kenya, Nigeria or Somalia, it would be a easier to evade detection than in Europe.

“She would be wearing a veil, and sensitivities about searching Muslim women would be observed so she could easily slip through difficult checkpoints.

“In Nigeria, where police forces are notoriously corrupt, there were reports she was almost caught a while ago, but she bribed her way out of trouble,” the news report said “Extremist communities such as al-Shabaab are tight-knit in these countries, making it difficult to recruit agents to penetrate them and trace her.

“And Lewthwaite may hold a great deal of power as a special kind of jihadist, having proved her worth in previous attacks.

“As a white convert mum and widow of a 7/7 bomber, she would be invaluable propaganda and would command huge loyalty.

“Also, the austere nature of her adopted culture means she would rarely go out, so there would be few opportunities to follow her.

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