As kenyans try to come to terms with the mysterious disappearance of self confessed serial murderer Mastern Wanjala, new details have emerged revealing stern disciplinary actions taken against those officers who were on duty during the time when the incident happened.
According to NTV Kenya, the director of criminal investigation (DCI) has apparently ordered that all those officers charged with the responsibility of incarcerating the suspect be detained for two weeks as family of the victim plead for his capture.
The suspect is accused of killing children and his escape has caused lots of tension in the country. Former Nairobi governor has even promised to reward anyone with information that might lead to the arrest of the suspect.He apparently admitted to killing over ten children and was in custody helping police with investigations before he strangely disappeared from the cells.
Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to link up with police in order to keep him away from the society
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