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I’m innocent: Gospel Singer Sammy Boy Maintains he’s serving wrongful Jail term

Famous Kikuyu gospel artiste Sammy Boy is currently serving a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.

Sammy arrived at Naivasha Maximum Prison after a conviction of robbery with violence charge turned into a life sentence early this year.

Addressing a local station from the jail, Sammy well known for his song ‘No ira tu’ says he was first arrested in August 2015 and released on of Ksh1.2 million bond following three months.

From that point forward, he has been in and out of court until December 2, 2021, when the court dropped his bond and in February this year, he was in jail for life.

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Sammy says everything went south when he was found possessing stolen property.

He explains that the items belonged to his now-deceased friend identified as Onesmus Karanja who passed away in a road accident.

Karanja had explained to him that he was moving and needed his assistance to keep the staff mostly household items before finally relocating.

He says he was suspicious from the outset yet since it was not the first time, he kept the property . There were phones, PCs, gas chambers and other house items.

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It wasn’t long before he was arrested from his place in Kinoo and transferred to Gilgil police station where the crime had been reported by foreigners.

While keeping up with innocence, he concedes he ought to have reported to the police out of his suspicion, nonetheless, claims police never found any murder weapon.

He believes his lawyer failed him and has now started fighting his life sentence by repeatedly submitting requests for appeal in the high court.

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“By the mercies of God, I will one day be set free,” he said in optimism.