Confessed Serial killer Masten Milimu Wanjala died a few days ago after he was attacked by an irate mob at his village in Bungoma.
While at The Jogoo police cell, Masten escaped from the custody of the police in unclear circumstances. Days later, he was killed by angry residents in his hometown after being spotted by school-going children.
Master father had asked the government to give him his son's body for burial and asked for forgiveness to the families which were hurt by Masten. However, reports from reliable sources say that the family has refused to collect his body stating that burying him will bring a curse to their generation.
According to one of the Bukusu's elders, Masten's inhuman acts man, and the nature of his death was evil. Therefore, he added that he might be buried by the riverside to avoid his spirit from hovering around his homestead. He finalized by saying that Masten is dead buy his evil spirit shall not die.
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