Most Kenyans are familiar with Samantha Lewthwaite, commonly known as the White Widow. She was the main suspect and mastermind in the deadly West Gate Mall attack, as well as the subsequent Dusit D2 incident, both of which were organized and carried out by the Al Shabab terror group. Following the two events, Samantha was labeled the most sought Al Shabab terrorist and has been on the run ever since.
She has, however, been protected by a family in Somalia, where she was married to one of Al Shabab's senior generals. Nonetheless, la
She has been divorced, according to test results, and is currently on the run. Samantha and Hassan Maalim Ibrahim, Samantha's Al Shabab boyfriend, have been married for nearly seven years, managing and executing terror acts together.
Samantha's exact location and whereabouts remain unknown, since the organization that has been causing the Kenya Defence Forces restless nights operates in complete secret.
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