Barely a day after suspected serial Killer Masten Milimu Wanjala vanished from Jogoo road police station.
A Facebook post by the rogue self confessed Serial killer Masten Wanjala saying he was sure he was going to die has emerged. .
The post comes at time when a man hunt for the rogue suspect has been launched around the country.
Masten Wanjala was accused of killing of over 10 Kids in cold blood, he has even ferried detectives to several grave sites where he hid his prey after killing them.
Residents who spoke to the media today expressed their fears after learning of Wanjala's escape.
A huge number are saying they can't find normal sleep knowing that the man who killed their kids is on the loose.
On the other hand three police officers who are suspected to have orchestrated his escape have been and are currently behind bars.
Mike Sonko the Nairobi ex-governor has offered a 200k reward to anyone who will give out information leading to Wanjala's arrest.
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