Kenyans are a happy people after receiving the news of the arrest of a serial killer that has been giving residents sleepless nights.
According to the news by Citizen TV, the suspect, Masten Milimu Wanjala, who is a 20 year old man from Nairobi County has been kidnapping young children from the streets of the capital city. He then asks for a ransom, around Kshs 50,000 and when the parents are unable to pay, he kills the children and dumps them in the forests.
He boldly admits to have started the killings long ago and blames the act to a demon that gets inside him and derives a lot of satisfaction after the act. So far, Wanjala claims to have already killed 12 of them. Two of the brutally murdered boys, are from California area aged 12 and 13.
The suspect led police to a forest in Kabete where they retrieved three bodies. One of the body was already decomposing while the other one identified to be Junior Musyoki, a minor from California looked like he was killed a few days ago with injuries that showed he was tortured before being killed.
Photo Courtesy of Citizen TV: Body of child Being retrieved at a forest in Kabete
He also led them to another place in Pumwani where he had dumped another body but the police were unable to retrieve it do to accessibility.
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The investigators assured the public that they are working towards retrieving the other bodies with the help of Wanjala.
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