On Monday, Three terror convicts that recently escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison appeared before the Kahawa Law Courts. The three; Musharaf Abdallah, alias Alex Shikanda, Joseph Juma Odhiambo and Mohamed Ali Abikar controversially escaped from the correction facility but were later apprehended in Kitui and taken back.
Kenyans React After Terrorist Musharaf Abdallah Vowed To Escape Against From Kamiti If Chance Arises
Al-shabab Terrorist linked Musharaf Abdallah during his case hearing in Nairobi. Kenyans have reacted after Al-Shabab linked Terrorist Musharaf Abdallah, vowed to escape from Kamiti Maximum Prison again if a chance arises again like the ones which they got in October 2021. Where Musharaf and his fellow Al-Shabab associates managed to escape from Kamiti Maximum Prison before being re-arrested again in Kitui County.
If I Get Another Chance I Will Break Out of Prison, Terror Suspect Musharaf Abdalla Confesses. Monday, 29th November 2021, Nairobi Kenya. One of the three terrorism who were the Kamiti Maximum Prison escapees before they were arrested again disclosed that if he gets another means of escape from the prison, he will break out of Kamiti prison without hesitation.
One of the three Kamiti Maximum Prison escapees who escaped and later rearrested, has dared to escape again if he gets another opportunity. Speaking to netizens on Monday at Kahawa Law Courts Musharaf Abdallah said he would rather escape than serve another term in cells. “I escaped from prison because I was looking for my freedom after staying here for ten years,” Abdallah said.
The arrest of the 3 Terror suspects who had escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison has unraveled a number of illegal activities that has been taking place behind this walls from inmates who are selling their bodies for food, inmates who are constantly provided with their phones to get in contact with the outside world to the inmates from wealthy families who are living lavish lives by eating meals that are prepared for them unlike others who are forced to eat food from prison.
The three terrorism suspects who had escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison have been presented to Kahawa law courts on Monday morning. They pleaded guilty of having planned and escaped from the maximum prison but denied that they had committed a terrorist crime through their escape. The three; Musharraf Abdalla Akhulunga alia Zarkarawi, Mohammed Ali Abikar and Joseph Juma Odhiambo alia Yusuf appeared before Chief Magistrate Diana Mochache at the Kahawa Law Courts.
Several weeks ago, three inmates from Kamiti Maximum Prison escaped. Several high ranking officers were arrested because of neglegence. This elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans as they felt insecure after the convicts escape. This prompted the president to fire the officer in charge of prisons and appointed a new one.
A senior officer in Kamiti Maximum Prison was nabbed by a sting squad of detectives after it emerged he was a ring leader in a kidnapping ring. The suspect is said to have been behind a series of high profile kidnappings targeting rich millionaire victims for extortionist purposes in Nairobi and it's environs.
Investigations into the imminent escape of three terror suspects from the highly guarded Kamiti Maximum prison have given Kenyans a glimpse of the object the three used to guide them to their alleged destination, Boni Forest. Details indicate that Musharaf Abdalla Akhulunga, Mohamed Ali Abikar and Joseph Juma Odhiambo used google maps to help navigate their way to the eminent Boni Forest.
Three terror suspects who escaped Kamiti Maximum Prison and got re-arrested days later painted a picture of significant loopholes in the highly guarded facility. According to impeccable reports on Sunday, September 28, fresh details now reveal that some staff in the facility were involved in the plot to free the trio from jail.
The arrest of three terror suspects who had escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison has revealed a slew of illegal activities within its walls, ranging from inmates selling their bodies for food to inmates who are constantly provided with phones to keep in touch with the outside world, to inmates from wealthy families who live lavish lives by eating meals prepared for them rather than those who are forced to eat food from the prison canteen.
Police Reveals Group Of People Who Will Receive Sh.60 Million After Arrest of Kamiti Terror Suspects
The Kenya National Police Service has revealed that they are going to make sire they keep the promise they gave to Kenyans who would help in the arrest of the three suspects who escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison. Photo: Courtesy Releasing a press statement on the same, the NPS has revealed that they have or rather know that the suspects were captured due to the help that was provided by a group of Kenyans who notified the police.
Photo: Courtesy Three terror convicts who escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison have been moved out of Kamiti Maximum Prison as a probe into their escape from prison continues. The three will be detained for ten more days under the tight security of Anti-Terror Police Unit Officers. Joseph Juma Odhiambo, Musharaf Abdalla and Mohammed Ali Abhukhar will be under the maximum security at the ATPU headquarters as investigations into their escape continues.
In just one week, Kenya has gone from Prison Break (Kamiti Maximum Prison Escapees) to Captain Phillips (Abduction of Ethiopian Business Man), and now Money Heist (Equity Bank Robbery in Kisumu). On the kisumu incident, Well that's something possible during evacuation but my question is, was there no assembly point for the evacutees to be held as authority gather more intelligence?
Emerging news indicates that the three terrorists have been transferred to the anti-terrorism police unit headquarters. This is according to news published by Kenyan News. Their escape triggered a serious security operation in the country that saw President Uhuru Kenyatta intervening. The three were later captured alive at a small village in Kitui County while on their way to a neighboring country in Somalia.
Recently one of the most feared and heavily guarded maximum prisons in Nairobi Kenya had witnessed what it has never witnessed before. 3 terror attack prisoners managed to escape from the heavily guarded maximum prison. The circumstances that led to the escape has not been arrived at by the directorate of a criminal investigation.
Detectives responsible for the three Kamiti Maximum Prison escapees' case has established that al-shabaab allegedly bribed prison officers and they are interrogating the financial transactions that will unravel the deal behind prison break. According to the reports, highly trained detectives from the cybercrime unit and those dealing with phone forensics were called to analyze the full puzzle.
A few days ago, some convicts escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison and brought the whole country to a standstill as the police had no idea where the three had escaped to. Picture courtesy. The three convicts. The Directorate of Criminal Investigations had promised a whopping 60 Million Kenya shillings reward for anyone who would give information towards the successful capture of the three.
Police Bow To Pressure And Reveal Who They Will Give The 60 Million After Kamiti Fugitives Recapture
Last week on Thursday, the three inmates who had escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison were re arrested. They were re arrested at the border of Tana River and Kitui county. The arrest came after a group of youth from Kitui tipped off the police about the criminals' presence.
After Director of Criminal Investigation George Kinoti, was sentenced to serve four months in Kamiti Maximum Prison for Contempt of court, the Attorney General has shown interest in barring the move by the courts. According to K24 Digital, Kinoti was set to serve his time in Kamiti after failing to return firearms seized from a Kenyan business tycoon, Jimmy Wanjigi.