The government of Kenya, through the Police Spokesperson Bruno Shioso, has confirmed that it will honor the 60 million cash reward following the re-arrest of the terror convicts.
In a statement on Sunday evening, Police Spokesperson Mr. Bruno Shioso acknowledged that locals indeed aided the arrest of the three escapees.
His statement read in part, “The government acknowledges that the re-arrests of the suspects was made possible with the support from members of the public… The government intends to honor its pledge on the cash reward offer. This will be, however, subject to a due verification process to ensure the reward goes to deserving persons.”
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But he also noted that through the Ministry of Interior, the government was on a plan to ensure only the right people get rewarded.
Mr. Shioso alleged that several people have already come forward to claim the cash reward, with most of them saying that they played specific roles that led to the arrest of the three terror convicts.
Because of the matter’s sensitivity, it might not be easy to make public names of the individuals.
Police spokesperson Bruno Shioso also said another sensitive part is how it will be done.
The three suspected terrorists were on November 18, 2021, arrested in Kitui County.
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