Antony Ndonye Nzau the father of self confessed serial killer Masten Milimo Wanjala had finally opened up about his later son Masten Wanjala Milimo. Antony says it hurts him to see his talented son pick a path of pain and death.
In an interview with standard, Antony Ndonye Nzau reveals that Masten Wanjala was an intelligent boy and he used to be either position one or position two in class. He end up saying Wanjala is one of the most intelligent people he knows.
"The thing that puzzled us most was that even with him attending less than a month of a school every term, he was always the best or second best student in class. Nothing past these two positions. He is one of the most intelligent people I knew," Antony Ndonye Nzau told the standard newspaper.
Masten Milimo Wanjala was killed last week by a mob in Bungoma County after escaping from police custody at Jogoo police station. He was accused of killing atleast 11 minors across the country.
The source of this information standard newspaper page 14
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