According to the report, a man from Kiambu county who confessed to killing and raping three women has shocked many Kenyans after he revealed that a church paid him for the killings he made.
The 29-year-old Paul Magara Morara has said that the church should be blamed of the killings and not him. According to him, the church paid him KSh 30,000 for every killing he made, an offer that he couldn't reject.
"I was introduced to the church last year by a friend, where every killing attracted an instant pay of KSh 30,000. I was told women were the easiest to kill." Morara told the detectives.
Mr. Morara will be held under police custody until his case is finalized by the court. Meanwhile, further investigations are ongoing over the church that gave out this authority.
As all these awkward killings on innocent souls are happening, I want you to remember the Covid-19 health protocols. Let us wash our hands with soap, sanitize, put on our face masks and practice social distancing.
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