In the history of man, prisons have been an integral part of the society since they help separate the society misfits for rectification and to ensure that the society is free from crime and malice.
However, there are some cries in some of the Kenyan prisons where inmates have been narrating how they were mistakenly associated with some crime, leading to their suffering in prison. The same institutions are also holding elderly inmates who cry out to the government for their release since they argue that they are in their last days of their lives.
In the Kodiaga GK Prison, K24 Tv covered a story of two elderly men, Alfayo Gombe and Simon Nanyila who are aged 89 and 100 years respectively. They are both serving life imprisonments after they were found guilty of defilement allegations.
The two elderly inmates are humbly requesting the government to reconsider their terms and release them from prison so that they can go home and be with their family members.
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