The calculated escape of the serial Killer Masten Wanjala has been sorrounded by alot of controversy. Different media house have tried to dig deep and unravel the circumstances that led to the escape of the prisoner who was supposed to be arraigned in court very soon. Among the top media house that have tried their best in everything is NTV Kenya.[Photo Courtesy]
According to a video that was seen on their YouTube channel, NTV had tried to go to the police station to question the authorities responsible but it looks like their search was futile. They then travelled all the way to where Wanjala's parents and relative live. When the father was asked what he thinks about the escape, he boldly answered that the blame should be put upon the police officers. He believes that the family did what was expected by the law. However, the father claimed that they are leaving in fear since they do not know the day and time when Wanjala will come back knocking on their door.
Surprisingly, one of their relative who is believed to be his uncle raised suspicion on whether the police have killed Mr. Wanjala. In video presented by NTV, the relative was seen fuming with anger and requested that investigation and thorough search should be done very quickly. "Kama mmemuua mutuambie" he answered as anger burned deep in his heart.
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