Masten Wanjala’s Father: I Am Not Sure If My Son Is Dead.
Speaking at his home in Bungoma County, Robert Wanjala, father to the self-confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala,on Tuesday, November 9,made it known that the law officers handling the case have never approached him to positively identify the deceased's body.
He opened up on his son's death and said that the police went further to conduct a forensic examination on the body without informing him and since the lynching ordeal on Friday, October 15, he has never seen the body of his son.He said that this has really left him in doubts whether his son is dead.
"I have not confirmed if Masten is dead. I can only make plans if I am sure that he is dead. I'm not aware who confirmed the incident up to date," Wanjala said.
The father of the serial killer went ahead and said that his son confessed to him and his wife that he was introduced to cultism by a close relative. The cult compelled him to murder all the kids he confessed to having killed.
Wanjala told the media that his son asked for forgiveness and extended the same to his mother.
Wanjala has stood claiming that he will not bury Masten until the police explains how Masten escaped from Jogoo Road Police Station and found his way to Bungoma where he was lynched.
He also said that they should clarify reports that he was spotted somewhere in the market by the locals.
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