Child serial killer who was on the run has finally been mudered, new report shows.
Masten Wanjala who killed over 13 children in the past was killed in his village in Kabuchai where he was hiding.
The self confessed killer was identified by locals while playing soccer moments after escaping Jogoo Rd police station where he was detained.
Police had refuted the claims of aiding the killer to escape saying that he took advantage of the blackout.
"Your honour, on the day the suspect escaped from police custody, there was no light. The state failed to provide light, so the police officers on duty took shifts at 7pm in total darkness using the spotlight on their phones to count suspects,” lawyer Danstan Omari told senior resident magistrate Jane Kamau.
Wanjala later posted on his Facebook account saying that he wanted to die, something that raised mixed reactions.
Here is the video of the lynching of Wanajala: https://twitter.com/CisNyakundi/status/1448875030469824512
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