Activists demonstrate in Nairobi on August 27, 2015 demanding that the government assist in making sure that five Kenyans who are detained in South Sudan are released. PHOTO | EVANS HABIL
Boniface Chuma, Ravi Ghaghda, Anthony Keya and Anthony Wazome — together with 12 South Sudanese all former employees of Click Technologies in Juba — were in June jailed for fraudulently acquiring $14 million belonging to the office of President Salva Kiir.
The Kenyans’ families say that the legal appeal against the life sentence handed down in June has not been acted upon five months down the line yet a decision was supposed to be delivered in 45 days.
The Kenyans are currently being held at the National Security Service facility at Juba Main Prison.