‘Gifted’ Inmate Escapes Kenya’s Flawed Justice System

 ›  ›  ›  › ‘Gifted’ Inmate Escapes Kenya’s Flawed Justice System

Education,Kenya,News

‘Gifted’ Inmate Escapes Kenya’s Flawed Justice System

Share this

A corrections officer looks on as inmates gather near housing units at Naivasha Maximum Prison in Kenya, October 2014. (Gabe Joselow / VOA)

Gabe Joselow
In late December, while taking an exam at a University of Nairobi campus in Kabete, Kenya, a prisoner serving a life sentence for a violent robbery escaped.Peter Kamau Ndungu, an inmate at Naivasha Maximum Prison, had been studying for a bachelor’s degree in commerce. The prison helped arrange for his education and it was not unusual for guards to escort him off-site.

“He went into the classroom like he had done for two years,” said Patrick Mwenda, officer in charge of Naivasha Prison.READ MORE

‘Gifted’ Inmate Escapes Kenya’s Flawed Justice System Reviewed by on February 20, 2015 .

Share thisFacebookTwitterPinterestEmailWhatsAppA corrections officer looks on as inmates gather near housing units at Naivasha Maximum Prison in Kenya, October 2014. (Gabe Joselow / VOA) Gabe Joselow February 20, 2015 7:28 AM NAIROBI, KENYA—In late December, while taking an exam at a University of Nairobi campus in Kabete, Kenya, a prisoner serving a life sentence for

LEAVE A REPLY

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

SAMRACK MEDIA

SAMRACK PRESTIGE SERVICES (S.P.S)

Phone:Tel 781-888-8770

Email: samlibbi@gmail.com,
Email: Samlibbi@yahoo.com

Your Convenience is our Priority!

View Monthly Archives

Subscribe to our Mailing List

Page generated in 1.700 seconds. Stats plugin by www.blog.ca