He lived in Umoja Estate with his family until 2013, when he left for Somalia to join Al-Shabaab.
In Somalia, he joined Jaysh Ayman, a group of largely Kenyan Al-Shabaab fighters who plan and execute attacks against innocent Kenyans within the country.
Mwok owns a “significant amount of properties within Umoja area in Nairobi, proceeds from which Police has indicated has been financing his terror activities targeting Kenya,” the document adds.
He also linked to the recruitment of young people into Al-Shabaab.
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Mwok was linked to the Mpeketoni terrorist attack in June 2014 and the raid at Baure military camp, Lamu, in June 2015.
The other suspect, Kufungwa, 50, was born in the Kibundani area of Ukunda, Kwale County.
He attended Bongwe Primary School before enrolling for religious studies at Ijtihaad Madrassa and Maganyakulo Madrasatul Tawheed Islaamiya.
“In 2011 he is believed to have travelled to Somalia where he stayed for four months. He returned to Kenya and was among students of slain clerics Aboud Rogo and Abubakar Shariff aka Makaburi,” the report says.
It added: “Before going back to Somalia in 2013, Ramadhan Kufungwa used to conduct radical teachings at Musa and Sakina mosques in Mombasa.
"Together with Abdifatah Abubakar Ahmed and Ahmed Iman Ali are the leading individuals in Al-Shabaab responsible for continued disappearance of Kenyan Youth who end up in the frontline of the Al Shabaab attacks on Kenyan interests and facilities.”