Foreign jails hold 1,300 Kenyans, says CS Juma
1 weeks ago, 00:51
Most Kenyans serving time in foreign countries are locked up for drug peddling and communication fraud, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said. CS Monica Juma yesterday told journalists about 1,300 Kenyans are imprisoned in foreign countries. Out of these 478 have been convicted while the rest are still on holding. Juma said about 151 Kenyans are jailed within East Africa, with Tanzania leading with 79, followed by Uganda with 57 and Ethiopia 15. The others are locked up in the Far East—Malays ...
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