The suspect was identified as Masten Milimu Wanjala age 20 years. The man led Buruburu detectives to the scene near Kabete Approved School where he had dumped the two bodies of two children which were recovered aged below 10 years named Charles Opindo Pala and Mutuku Musyoka. Nairobi police boss Augustine Nthumbi said investigations into the killing had been launched.
The arrest came after the increasing cases of kidnapping across the country which have left Kenyans worried. In a statement recorded with the DCI, Milimu disclosed that he had kidnapped the children with the intention of seeking a ransom from their parents.
Police reported that the suspect is being held to disclose the whereabouts of 10 other children he claims to have executed.
Detectives have arrested the kidnapper behind the disappearence of two children in Shauri Moyo, Nairobi. 20 years old Masten Wanjala, in a shocking revelation admitted to have kidnapped the children and executed them in cold blood.
"More details shall be provided as investigations continues. Should you have any information regarding this incident, # FichuaKwaDCI through our tell free line 0800722203. USIOGOPE." DCI stated
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