Crossing Borders For”Greener Pasture”Temperament Is Causing Kenyan Families And Friends Rot In Foreign Jail Terms.

“You want to be someone well-off?  Find your way through to diaspora,you are assured of well-paying jobs” that’s the mindset of majority fed up with low salary or totally jobless.But how many returns safe and sound,untarnished without offence?

Prison Transfer Agreement Act 2015 which came to effect on 12,October in Kenya was to help in transfer of personalities serving sentences for criminal offences within or outside the country and ensuring that prisoners are accorded basic respect in line with Human Rights and International Conventions.

That agreement is only applied where two states have signed an Agreement and treaties.

According to the AG Proff Muigai the agreement act is to allow the inmates to serve their sentences within the community and in his estimation,about 3000 kenyans are serving jail terms foreign states.

South Sudan

Being the youngest country in Africa after attaining independence in 2011 from Sudan has sentenced 4 Kenyan Citizens life imprisonment over unclear accusations and charges.

Anthony Mwadime 31, whose family live in Ngong Kajiado County have been helpless after trying left,right and centre but ends of justice haven’t met.He was among the four sentenced to life imprisonment.

Anthony Keya Munialo,once a resident of Jericho estate in Nairobi left the country leaving his wife behind after the itching whip of life stroke him to fetch for greener pasture which turned out being tragedy.

Boniface Muriuki,Ravi Ramesh being in the batallion.According to reports,they (4) were held hostage for 40 days at a millitary intelligence camp and their families were only allowed 5 minutes of interaction after which they were whisked away.With the unfavourable condition in cells and within a period of six months,they were not easily identical according to their families reports.

Court Process

Ravi Ramesh’s sister narrated how their Lawyer was threatened at gunpoint infront of the judge to drop the case.

Legal justice presentation never prevailed and court nevertheless found them guilty of stealing equivalent 1.4billion Kshs from South Sudan government hence sentencing them to life imprisonment.

Intervention of Foreign affairs Cs Amina Muhammed beared no fruit,all in vain even after stating it was illegal detention and that she was using diplomatic chain to bring them back.

KenyaSouth Sudan Prisoner Transfer Agreement and Treaties haven’t been initiated according to reports because if it were,the detained would have already been transfered back home.

Away from S.Sudan

Massive numbers of citizens have been down played especially by drug cartels without their knowledge.

Dignitaries advices that there is no shortcut to acquire wealth,you must sweat for it and if asked the source you can support yourself like in an audit report.

Earlier previous year 40 Kenyans were detained in Hong Kong over drug dealing accusations contrary to what their families  said they went on a mission to campaign aginst drug use and smuggling led by unidentified Priest.

In Kenya,make your way through to political arena and make millions on daily basis through mischevious means but you won’t be detained for stealing public fund that belong to peasant tax -payer.

Rate of conning and job scums are on rise in Kenya led by vague persons and we should genuinly blame our IQ if they are low because when someone talks about “Abroad” we fill like we are matching to heaven.Flying on air is news and moment of a kind to us.

Routine of paying “Non-refundable” has become rampant in association with Job scums.What are these scums? According to my undestanding,links sent to you in social media requiring one to click to be directed so that you earn 1000$ or£ is an example.

Back to math now,Kenya has a population of over 40 million according to last concensus.If job opportunity is advertised and estimately 10 million apply due to high rise of unemployment and each pays “The Non-refundable fee” of 1000 Kshs like many employers would do and at the end of the day only 100 people get employed.Where does the remaining 9,999,900,000 billion Kshs goes?  Be cautious.


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