Masten Wanjala has been making headlines since he confessed to the killing of 13 minors. News of his escape from police cell was met with a lot of worry and fear from the public and afterwards both relief and remorse for the family after he was lynched to death by a mob in Bungoma on Friday 15th October.
Masten Wanjala's father speaking to journalists in his home in Mykhweya, has apologized to the families of his son's victims.He also asked the government to help in his son's burial.
" I want to apologize to the families of my son's victims on his behalf. I know it was not his liking to commit these heinous acts .But unfortunately some people took him away from us and forced him into a cult at a very young age in Ukambani," Wanjala's father said.
Wanjala's father went ahead to implore the government to help him bury his son." The government should at least help me to have my son accorded a decent send off. I am also appealing to the government to give us direction because there is little we can do as a family," Wanjala's father added.
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