Photo: Courtesy Police officers are in pursuit of the suspects who helped the three convicts to escape from Kamiti Maximum Prison. The officers revealed that one of the suspects, Joseph Juma Odhiambo, was found with Sh10,300 and is helping detectives to uncover the truth behind their escape.
Kamiti Prison boss Charles Mutembei with his five juniors being arraigned at Kahawa Law Courts. Problems shadowing the Kamiti Maximum Prison commandant Charles Mutembei seems to worsen now that a court has ruled that he alongside five others be detained by police. His trouble started after three terror convicts escaped from Kamiti prison on Sunday, causing security scare that roped in the president’s intervention.
The Court has finally released Kamiti Maximum Prison Boss Charles Mutembei on cash bail. According to details, the prison boss was released on a Ksh 300,000 cashbail with each of the other wardens being set free on Ksh 200,000 cashbail each. " COURT RELEASES Kamiti boss Charles Mutembei on Sh300,000 cash bail, 11 wardens on Sh200,000 each.
News just in is that the three prisoners who had escaped from Kamiti Maximu Prison have been arrested this afternoon. The three terror suspects, Musharaf Abdalla, Joseph Juma Odhiambo and Mohammed Abdi Abikar have reportedly been arrested in Kitui county and are being brought to Nairobi, according to Citizen TV.
Police in Kwale County on Tuesday morning arrested a Somalia national in possession of cache of firearms. The suspect identified as; Salim Rashid, was nabbed by Anti-Terror Police Unit together with DCI detectives enroute to Lamu town. Kwale County police commander who confirmed the incident said police investigations are ongoing.
Sacked prison boss, 11 wardens and three re-arrested convicts arraigned and charged in court. The sacked Kamiti Prison boss, Charles Mutembei, and 11 prison officers said to have of helped the three terror convicts flee have been freed on Sh300,000 and Sh200,000 cash bail, respectively.
Court Release's Kamiti Boss Mutembei On 300,000 Ksh Bail And 11 Wardens At 200,000 Ksh Each. Monday, 29th November 2021, Nairobi Kenya. The court has released the Kamiti Maximum Security Prison Boss Charles Mutembei who was arrested following the prison break of three terror convicts from the prison and this was an issue that also led to the arrest of some 11 prison wardens who were on duty.
Many Kenyans are still perplexed as to how three dangerous terrorists were able to flee the heavily guarded Kamiti maximum jail. The three were apprehended in Mwingi after successfully drilling a breach and scaling the prison walls. The three are believed to have admitted how they arranged the entire escape in a recent development.
The officers who had been involved with escape of the three Kamiti prisoners were today arraigned in court to answer for their crime. All of them were charged with five crimes in the whole process. One of the officers is being charged of directly helping the convicts after he received payment to facilitate the escape plan and ensure it was successful.
Popular blogger affiliated to Raila Odinga Robert Alai has sent a message to President Uhuru Kenyatta following the sacking and arrest of Commissioner General of Kenya Prisons Service Wycliffe Ogalo. President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday issued the arrest of Ogalo, Kamiti Head of Prison Charles Mutembei and his Deputy after a prison break that saw the escape of three convicts connected with Al Shabaab Terror group.
Kamiti Prison warders, Charles Mutembei, Joseph Loklari, Pamela Cherubet, Peter Thuku, Lilian Muakasia and Nicholus Otieno at Kahawa Law Courts on November 18, 2021. Photo/Courtesy the Star It has emerged that Kamiti Maximum Prison Boss Charles Mutembei Gerrard will be charged with helping the prisoners who escaped from the maximum prison.
Photo Courtesy. Kenyans have been living in fear for the past few days after three Notorious terrorists managed to escape from Kamiti's maximum prison. The three are said to have escaped after drilling a hole through a wall. The three then scaled up the 10 Feet perimeter wall and escaped.
The case of the three terrorists who managed to break out of Kamiti Maximum Prison has continued to dominate headlines. This comes after the whole country was put on alert as the security unit followed the matter. The investigations were very tough as no stone was left unturned to find out who exactly contributed to their prison break.
Following the sacking of Wycliffe Ogalo as Commissioner-General of the Kenya Prisons Service, Deputy President William Ruto has responded to President Uhuru Kenyatta. On Thursday, November 18, DP Ruto delivered a statement in which he chastised his boss for mistreating and sacrificing young officers in the aftermath of security breaches at the Kamiti Maximum Security Prison, which resulted in the escape of three convicts.
Kimani Ichung'wah Reacts Bitterly After Arrest Of Prisons Boss, Delivers A Stinging Message To Uhuru
The Anti Terror Police Unit officers have arrested outgoing prisons boss Wycliffe Ogallo, Kamiti head Charles Mutembei and his deputy. The three have been taken to DCI offices. Brigadier John Kibaso has now been sworn in as Commissioner-General of Kenya Prisons Service shortly after prison's boss Wycliffe Ogallo was sacked.
Photo: Courtesy President Uhuru lectured prison officers and other senior personnel today in State House following the escape of three convicts from Kamiti Maximum Prison. The president said that the letting such criminals out of prison is putting the lives of millions of Kenyans at stake owing to the fact that the trio had been linked to the Alshabaab terror group based in Somalia.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has sacked the Commissioner-General of Kenya Prisons Service Wycliffe Ogalo following the Kamiti Maximum Security Prison jail break; Brigadier (Rtd) John Kibaso Warioba appointed as the Commissioner-General. The former Commissioner-General of Prisons Wycliffe Ogalo was arrested moments after President Uhuru Kenyatta announced his sacking.
Heavily Armed ATPU Officers Arrests Sacked Prison's Boss Wycliffe Ogalo And Kamiti Boss Mutembei. (Video) Wednesday, 17th November 2021, Nairobi Kenya. Heavily armed Anti Terror Police Unit (ATPU) officers stormed the prisons headquarters where they arrested the outgoing Kenya Prisons Boss Wycliffe Ogalo, the Kamiti Maximum Security Prison head Charles Mutembei and his deputy and they have all been driven to the Director of Criminal Investigation's (DCI) offices for questioning.
(File footage of Warioba with ATPU officers) News of the sacking of the immediate former prisons boss Wycliffe Ogalo has spread like wild fire on the Kenyan online platforms. The police commander for the prisons department has been scaled by his Excellency president Uhuru Kenyatta and replaced immediately by retired brigadier John Warioba.
The three terror suspects, Musharraf Abdalla, Joseph Juma and Mohammed Abdi were nabbed as they headed to Garissa.The three terror suspects who had escaped last Sunday from Kamiti Maximum Prison have been arrested in Mwingi, Kitui county. Police said they were headed for Somalia. They had escaped on the 15th of November from Block A 6 at the facility where they were held.