Julius Wambua, the man who was reportedly framed to have defiled his daughter, shared details of his life in jail, where he served for 10 years.
Wambua also confessed that he was still in love with his ex-wife despite plotting his arrest and conviction.
Speaking during an interview in a radio station on Thursday, January 14, the ex-convict responded to his former wife’s, Jacqueline Nzilani, remarks where she said she did not need his forgiveness.
“I heard her speaking in one of the media houses. I still love her. She was my wife,” Wambua stated.
Nzilani, who spoke to journalists 2 days ago, maintained that her former husband was guilty despite the court quashing the charges.
Wambua also noted that he used to wish her evil before he got saved in jail and forgave her and his daughter, Dorcas Mwende.
He also shared insights into his life in Kamiti Maximum Prison, revealing that he used to cry almost every night whenever he thought about spending the rest of his life in prison.
He said that all his friends deserted him and only his mother, brother, and sister-in-law visited him only once throughout his stay behind bars.
He said his personality won the hearts of his fellow convicts and warders and hence was tasked with heading a cleanliness unit and a department within the prison library.
Upon being released from jail a month ago, former Kibwezi MP Kalembe Ndile gave Wambua a piece of land and has been helping him get back on his feet.
Inspired by Kalembe, other Kenyans donated money and a motorbike to Wambua.
However, in the recent interview, Wambua said he was still struggling to adapt to life after prison and urged well-wishers to continue supporting and praying for him.
He added that he dreams of building a rehabilitation facility for ex-convicts and would appreciate all kinds of support in realizing his dream.