On Monday, March 28, Education Cabinet Secretary, George Magoha, released the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results at Mtihani House in Nairobi. A 28-year-old inmate at the Manyani Maximum Security Prison in Taita Taveta was freed from prison after the High Court acquitted him of sexual assault charges days after he scored 401 marks in the recent released KCPE results.
In the country, there are many prisoners who are currently serving life imprisonments after being found guilty. Also some of them are still serving life imprisonment for the crimes they did not commit. According to the source, Juma Nyasi the inmate who has been serving life imprisonment for the crime he did not commit has finally set free by the court.
Joy engulfed Manyani Maximum security prison, Taita Taveta County when an inmate was acquitted after posting impressive Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results. Juma Nyasi sat the KCPE exams this year and scored 401 marks, emerging among the top candidates within the county. The inmate was serving a life sentence in prison for assaulting a three-year-old boy.
Joy engulfed Manyani Maximum Security Prison in Taita Taveta County. This occurs as Juma Nyasi celebrate his freedom with his inmates after justice John granted him liberty claiming lack of enough evidence to support his accusations. Juma had been sentenced life imprisonment for assaulting a 3 year old boy in March 2021.
Juma Nyasi sat the KCPE tests this year and scored 401 marks, arising among the top applicants inside the region. The detainee was carrying out a daily existence punishment in jail for attacking a three-year-old kid. With all due respect, Juma questioned the cases, it was wrongly involved to express that he.