The four Kenyans released from South Sudan prison this week were on Thursday reunited with their families.
Mr Anthony Mwadime, Mr Ravi Ramesh, Mr Boniface Muriuki and Mr Anthony Keya were jailed for life in South Sudan two years ago
Their release came after a deep talk between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his South Sudana counterpart Salva Kiir during the swearing in ceremony of Mr. Kenyatta.
Addressing the media Monica Juma foreign Affairs PS says the government has been in talks with the South Sudanese government long enough to have the four released, after it emerged that they were not given a fair trial.
Juma on the other hand noted that they will ensure that all companies recruiting Kenyans for outside country jobs are registered and the recruited citizens are registered in Kenyan embassies .