Stephen Waweru, was arrested in 2001 when the late President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi was in Power. He was only aged 20 years when he was handed a life sentence by the court.
Sources reveal that Waweru was arrested after a robbery with violence incident which occurred at his working place. He was helping his grandmother run errands in Maai mahiu, Naivasha. He later realised that his cousin who had visited him was the mastermind behind the theft with his gang. They broke into the house and stole black and white television among other appliances. His closeness to his cousin made him to be treated as a prime suspect.
Today, details resurfaced from sources that Waweru was released last year and is trying to recollect his life after 23 years in jail. He said that several things had changed in the country including the introduction of mobile phones and Ksh 1000 currency change.
Credit: Nation newspaper. https://twitter.com/NationAfrica/status/1600777202513100800?s=19
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