The name of Masten Wanjala continues to elicit lots of reactions around the country with the young man making the headlines for being the youngest yet deadliest serial killer the country has ever witnessed.
Wanjala had over 12 boys and girls in different parts of the country before he was arrested. He assisted the detectives in solving several cases by taking them to the different places he had Dumped the bodies after he killed them.
He was detained for several months before escaping from Jogoo Police station. He then traveled to Bungoma where he was eventually caught and lynched to death by an angry Mob that had been baying for his blood.
Two months after his death, his father has now emerged with new claims that his son was still alive and that he was in police custody. He even called the cops to present his son in court immediately.
However, according to the police, Masten Wanjala is not in their custody instead Wanjala is currently at Bungoma County Hospital Mortuary where his body is lying for months now.
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