A report has shown that the inmates who escaped from Imo State prison break has engaged in different types of job as a means of survival and to earn a living.
According to a news report, the escaped inmates took up street jobs like hawking, brothel workers, car cleaners and different jobs in the motor park to sustain their selves amid their unlawful exit from prison.
Most of the prisoners have refused to visit their village due to the fear of apprehension by the security operatives who will come snooping around the area.
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Some also claimed that they are saving money from pick pocket and illegal street life to make way to their home as some of their family members don’t know that they were imprisoned in Imo State.
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