It was a day of jubilation for the wives of Robinson Siko Ogembo after he was released from Bomet GK Prisons where he was jailed for 23 years. His two wives and relatives broke into song and dance to welcome him back home.
His two wives who were there to receive him from jail were overwhelmed by emotions as they narrated how lonely their lives had been for the past 23 years. They added that they knew their husband will come back and thanked God for answering their prayers.
Ogembo broke down in tears when the reality of being free started to sink in. He wasn't sure there was a time he would be released after being found guilty in 1998 for robbery with murder.
“I did not know that there would come a time I would be set free to join my family and friends. I thank God for seeing me through my sentence in prison,” he said.
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