The Three Kamiti Escapees Reveals A Prison Warden Who Helped Them Escape
The three Kamiti Escapees who were recently arrested and returned to jail have finally opened up on how they escaped from the highly guarded prison and the prison warden behind the scene is revealed.
The three terrorists informed detectives that their plan to escape from prison started seven months earlier through the help of a prison Warden who acted as the link between the inmates and their counterparts in Somalia.
According to the terrorist, the prison Warden in question was paid handsomely to help them escape from prison.
The officer was in charge when the prison masons were brought in to do some construction repair in the cell where the three were being held.
During the time when the cell was being repaired, the three said to have drilled the hole through the cell wall through which they escaped.
On the night of the escape, the terrorist revealed that the officer briefed them that his colleagues were drunk and the CCTV footage was broken hence can easily escape without being noticed.
The three Kamiti escapees further reported that they jumped over the walls and escaped through the staff quarters on the road where they found a Probox waiting to transport them to Machakos. In Machakos, according to the prior arrangement they were to be picked by another vehicle that failed to show up and with no choice they opted to board a matatu.
Following the Kamiti Maximum Prison jailbreak incident, President Uhuru Kenyatta sacked the Commissioner-General of Kenya Prisons Service Wycliffe Ogalo who was immediately replaced by Brigadier (Rtd) John Kibaso Warioba.
It is ironic and a bad show when a prison Warden helps terrorists to escape from the cell when they know very well that it is against their professional code of conduct.