Former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama has asked the government to keep its promise and reward villagers who cornered Kamiti prison fugitive terror convicts.
According to Muthama, the Kitui villagers who cornered the terror convicts deserve a state commendation for doing a heroic service to Kenya.
"The brave Kitui villagers who apprehended the three escaped dangerous terrorists should get state commendation for doing a heroic service to this nation," Muthama said.
Muthama similarly entreated the Director of crook Investigations George Kinoti to move with haste and award the villagers the Ksh 60 million bounty it promised for records that might result in the arrest of three terror convicts.
DCI should move with haste and award them Ksh 60 million bounty they'd placed on records leading to their arrest. They completely deserve it," Muthama stated.
With the resident’s help, Musharaf Abdalla Akhulunga alias Shukri, Mohamed Ali Abikar and Joseph Juma Adhiambo alias Yusuf had been arrested through Anti-Terrorism Police Unit (ATPU) in Kitui on Thursday, November 18.
but, interior cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i did now not supply a clean answer on whether it'll honour its pledge of Ksh 60 million bounty promised for facts that could result in the arrest of the 3 terror convicts who had escaped from Kamiti most jail.
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