One of the three terrorism convicts who had escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison before they were later re-arrested now says he cannot bear another term in jail and could escape if given the opportunity.
Musharaf Abdallah, alias Alex Shikanda was speaking to civilians on Monday at Kahawa Law Courts where he expressed his anger about being jailed again for what seemed like an eternity while telling those listening that some day soon enough there may not be any prisons left as more people continue their war against authority with no regard or care whether its individuals getting killed along civlians’ routines – all just because it’s become part.
“Nilikuwa natafuta uhuru wangu, nimekaa miaka kumi hapa ndio maana nikajaribu kutoroka,” Shikanda said.
Asked whether he would escape again if he gets any chance, Shikanda replied: “absolutely!”
“Ee lazima nitoroke,” he stated, adding “Si ninarudi jela miaka mingine, pamoja na ile yangu?”
Shikanda, Joseph Juma Odhiambo and Mohamed Ali Abikar escaped from a prison in Nairobi. They scaled two high walls without the guards noticing their movement by dislodging bricks with hammers before scaling them using ropes to move around freely inside of an institution where they were kept for no reason at all other than being there!
After escaping Shikanada used public transportation such as taxis or buses that would take him/her into town hall area then on foot towards Kitui County just like any person living outside would do during these harsh rainy days which has been happening lately due perhaps to El Nino effect among many others reasons.
Detectives are still on the hunt for two vehicles that may have helped three convicts escape from prison. The suspects managed to get away with their hostage, leaving behind only one phone which they used during part of their journey before finding themselves in Kitui County and then making up stories about how officials there assisted them. All three men pleaded not guilty at last week’s court session so investigations continue as prosecutors request more days detain them while awaiting trial
The case presents many unanswered questions but hopefully law enforcement can soon find out where this was headed when these individuals went underground