Detectives in Kisii County are looking into a 30-year-old man who admitted to being a terrorist after surrendering to a police station.

On Tuesday night, Mr Evans Baraki Mose surrendered to officials at the Kegogi Police Station in Marani sub-county, stating that his life was in danger.

According to a police report, the suspect admitted to being a terrorist who had previously been caught in Nakuru but had been released due to a lack of evidence.

“The suspect, who is a resident of Kegogi market, alleges that he was once a terrorist in Nakuru but never executed anything for he was arrested and taken to the Anti-Terror Police Unit headquarters in Nairobi where he was taken to court but released for lack of evidence,” stated in the police statement.

However, he stated that he was being followed by his old boss and terror coordinator, Fasih, who was located in Nakuru and was organizing a massive terror strike in Kisii County.

Fasih, who is claimed to be of Somali descent allegedly planned to send him on a mission as a suicide bomber to assault political rallies in Kisii.

Officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations are questioning the suspect to see whether his accusations are true.