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The Kamiti Prison Escapees Disclose the Individual Who Assisted Them in Their Escape After Being Interrogated by ATPU

On November 14, Musharraf Abdalla, Joseph Juma, and Mohammed Abdi escaped from the jail, causing a national security alarm. 

The three suspects, who are being questioned by the Anti-Terror Police Unit (ATPU), informed authorities that they began plotting the escape over seven months ago with the aid of a jail warden. 

The Warder had been charged with assisting them in their escape and was being paid well for his efforts. 

They were apprehended in Kitui County, Kenya, on their way to Somalia, where they planned to join Al Shabaab. 

When the prison masons were brought in to conduct some building work in the cell where the three were being confined, he was the officer in command.

The Kamiti Prison Escapees Disclose the Individual Who Assisted Them in Their Escape After Being Interrogated by ATPU

Three terror suspects who escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison have now spoken out about how they plotted their escape from the heavily guarded facility.

On November 14, Musharraf Abdalla, Joseph Juma, and Mohammed Abdi escaped from the jail, causing a national security alarm.

The three suspects, who are being questioned by the Anti-Terror Police Unit (ATPU), informed authorities that they began plotting the escape over seven months ago with the aid of a jail warden who served as a conduit between the convicts and their Somali counterparts.

The Warder had been charged with assisting them in their escape and was being paid well for his efforts.

When the prison masons were brought in to conduct some building work in the cell where the three were being confined, he was the officer in command.

The three are reported to have drilled the hole at this point. The cop had advised them on the night of the escape that his colleagues were inebriated and that the CCTV video was damaged, allowing them to simply go without being observed.

They leaped over the walls and made their way to the road, where they discovered a Probox ready to carry them to Machakos, where they were scheduled to be picked up by another vehicle but were forced to board a matatu when the car failed to arrive.

They were apprehended in Kitui County, Kenya, on their way to Somalia, where they planned to join Al Shabaab.