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Masten Wanjala's Father Issues New Demands To Police Before Burying His Son

Close to 30 days since self-confessed serial killer, Masten Wanjala, was lynched, his father, Robert Wanjala, has opened up on his son's demise.

Talking at his home in Bungoma County, on Tuesday, November 9, Wanjala made it known that that the police officers dealing with the case have never approached him to positively identify the deceased's body.

He decried that since the lynching ordeal on Friday, October 15, at their Mukhweya village, Bungoma County, two days after Masten escaped from Jogoo Police Station in Nairobi, he has never at any point seen the body of his child. Wanjala expressed that the police went further to conduct a forensic investigation on the body without involving him, and that has left him in doubt if it is really his son who was lynched.

" I have not confirmed if  Masten is dead. I can only make plans if I am certain that he is dead. I'm not aware who confirmed the incident up to date," Wanjala expressed concerning the burial plans.

His father, however, uncovered new insights concerning his last experience with Masten. Wanjala noticed that his son opened up to him, sharing that he was introduced to cultism by a close relative. The cultism compelled him to kill all the children he admitted to having killed.

"He informed me that he was introduced to cultism that was pushing him to commit all the killings. Yet, he asked me for forgiveness and extended the same to his mother," he expressed.

The father has gone on to issue new demands before he agrees to bury his son. Wanjala demanded that the police should clarify in detail how Masten got away from the Police cell and ended up being lynched in Bungoma. He additionally requested the police explain reports that his son was seen seven days earlier in a market before he was later lynched.

"The police need to clarify how Masten escaped from Jogoo Road Police Station and found his way to Bungoma where he was lynched. They likewise ought to explain reports that he was seen here in the market by local people."

Wanjala has stood his ground asserting that he won't bury Masten except if the police issue a detailed statement on the same.

On the cost of the internment and all the traditional rituals expected to be conducted before the burial, Wanjala demanded that the government should incur all of the expenses.

"The government ought to facilitate all the burial plans and cater for the budget that will be brought forward on the traditional rituals ceremonies that will be conducted on his body before being laid to rest."

Residents had indicated that Masten was seen in the area and even dinned at his grandmother’s place."The family informed us that the deceased was spotted at the grandmother's home last week and was even served food," a resident expressed.

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