Mastern Wanjala is a middle aged man from Bungoma county who confessed of kidnapping children of young ages and killing them at the end in cold blood. Mastern Wanjala sneaked out of jail but unfortunately,he was lynched to death by his home villagers who identified him.
His case has taken a newtwist whereby his father is claiming he can't identity his son's body in a mortuary.
According to Tuko news,Mastern Wanjala's father says he is not sure if his son is dead because he can not positively identify his son's body in mortuary. This is one month after the self confessed serial killer was killed By the angry mob.
This is quite surprising because at first,Mr Robert Wanjala,Mastern Wanjala's father refused burying his son's body because he believed it was not good according to their taboo. The question remains,if the body is Missing,then where is it? Share your comment on this and don't forget to follow me for the latest updates especially society and breaking news in Kenya.
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