The police in Kenya say a second person among 15 people who escaped from Covid-19 quarantine centre in Nairobi has surrendered  in Kericho County, after the first was arrested on Thursday.

The police in Kenya say a second person among 15 people who escaped from Covid-19 quarantine centre in Nairobi has surrendered  in Kericho County, after the first was arrested on Thursday.

Franklin Korir, a resident of Tabaita village in Tiriitap Moita location, surrendered at around 6.30am on Friday after learning that detectives from Litein Police Station were trailing him.

“He has surrendered to Kenya Medical Training College in Kapkatet where another escapee, Nelson Kiplang’at, is being quarantined after he was arrested on Thursday,” said Bureti Sub-County Police Commander Felician Nafula.

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