Government remains silent on whether it will give out the ksh 60 million bounty it promised for information that would lead to the arrest of the three terrorist that escaped from kamiti maximum three days ago.
According to the report, the three jailbirds, Musharaf Abdalla, Mohamed Ali Abikar and Joseph Juma Odhiambo, were arrested in a Bush within Kitui county courtesy of member of public.
Addressing the media at kimiti maximum prison where the three criminals were taken back, interior CS Fred Matiang’i brushed off a question by a nation media journalist about the ksh 60 million reward.
“For the Kenyans who offered the information, will they get the reward?” Hasaan mugambi asked the CS.
However, the Interior CS responded ands said “No…no…no, we are not going there at the moment. Let us not be speculative about this. We are going to work on this meticulously as my colleagues have said.”
He further pointed out the measures goverment have planned to deter such an incident happens in future.
“The reason why we are here with ICT CS Joe Mucheru is that we have looked at the entire ICT system in this place and a partnership between us and the ICT Ministry will immediately reconfigure this because there are certain lapses,” he said.