KHRC seeks freedom of South Sudan four

The Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) will on Tuesday hold a peaceful to mark two years since four Kenyans were arrested and detained in South Sudan.

The demonstration is expected to start at Valley Road to Moi in the CBD to call for the release of the four who have been sentenced to 72 years in jail. The four Kenyans Ravi Ghaghda, Anthony Mwadime, Boniface Mwadime and Antony Keya were among 16 convicted in South Sudan for allegedly stealing Sh1.4 million from President Salva Kiir’s office.

The families of four have been pleading with President Uhuru Kenyatta to intervene and ensure their loved ones are brought back home.

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