Kenyan authorities investigate local role in Nairobi attack

Osman Ibrahim is escorted from the Mililani Law Courts where he appeared as a suspect in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Osman Ibrahim is escorted from the Mililani Law Courts where he appeared as a suspect in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Gladys Kaari covers her face as she is escorted from the Mililani Law Courts where she appeared as a suspect in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Gladys Kaari covers her face as she is escorted from the Mililani Law Courts where she appeared as a suspect in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Suspects (L-R) Osman Ibrahim, Oliver Muthee, Gladys Kaari, Guled Abdihakim and Joel Nganga stand in the dock inside the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Stringer
Suspects (L-R) Osman Ibrahim, Oliver Muthee, Gladys Kaari, Guled Abdihakim and Joel Nganga stand in the dock inside the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Stringer
Suspects (L-R) Osman Ibrahim, Oliver Muthee, Guled Abdihakim and Joel Nganga sit inside the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Stringer
Suspects (L-R) Osman Ibrahim, Oliver Muthee, Guled Abdihakim and Joel Nganga sit inside the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Stringer
Gladys Kaari and Oliver Muthee, cover their faces as they are escorted from the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared as suspects in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Gladys Kaari and Oliver Muthee, cover their faces as they are escorted from the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared as suspects in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Joel Nganga is escorted into the police cells at the Mililani Law Courts where he appeared as a suspect in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Joel Nganga is escorted into the police cells at the Mililani Law Courts where he appeared as a suspect in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Osman Ibrahim and Oliver Muthee are escorted from the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared as suspects in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Osman Ibrahim and Oliver Muthee are escorted from the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared as suspects in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Suspects (L-R) Osman Ibrahim, Oliver Muthee, Guled Abdihakim and Joel Nganga cover their faces inside the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Suspects (L-R) Osman Ibrahim, Oliver Muthee, Guled Abdihakim and Joel Nganga cover their faces inside the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Joel Nganga and Guled Abdihakim are seen at the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared as suspects in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
Joel Nganga and Guled Abdihakim are seen at the Mililani Law Courts where they appeared as suspects in connection with the attack at the DusitD2 complex, in Nairobi, Kenya January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya