Nyanza Prison escapee re-captured

By IGIHE
On 26 August 2017 at 06:00

The Nyanza Prison inmate who escaped after being sentenced to thirty years in jail was recently re-captured.
Police in Nyanza has reported that the inmate identified as Adrien Hakizimana who had escaped on the evening of August 7th,2017 while serving his prison sentence was caught in Ruhango District in the Southern Province, while riding on a motor cycle, allegedly preparing to flee to Uganda.
The spokesperson for Prison services in Rwanda, CIP Hillary Sengabo, told IGIHE that he escaped (...)

The Nyanza Prison inmate who escaped after being sentenced to thirty years in jail was recently re-captured.

Police in Nyanza has reported that the inmate identified as Adrien Hakizimana who had escaped on the evening of August 7th,2017 while serving his prison sentence was caught in Ruhango District in the Southern Province, while riding on a motor cycle, allegedly preparing to flee to Uganda.

The spokesperson for Prison services in Rwanda, CIP Hillary Sengabo, told IGIHE that he escaped from prison in the first week of this month, but did not explain how Hakizimana managed to beat the security.

He had been convicted of Genocide crimes and subsequently sentenced to thirty years.

After being apprehended in Ruhango Hakizimana was taken back to the prison so as to make another dossier, regarding the crime of escaping prison.
An inmate who escapes the prison, and gets caught is taken to court and gets an additional sentence of 6 months according to the law.

Hakizimana is now back in prison to originally finish his sentence on top of another six months for trying to escape.


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