Robert Wanjala, the father of self confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala has spoken for the first time hours after his son was lynched by an irate mob in Bungoma.
Robert says that he was heartbroken by the news of his son's death since his mother is to blame for raising him badly.
Robert Wanjala said that when his 20-year-old son took detectives to the village to show them where he had hid the bodies of the minors he had killed, he asked for forgiveness from him for tainting his image and also confessed that his mother had introduced him to the evil acts of killing innocent children.
Robert Wanjala further revealed that he met his son in 2017 years after divorcing his mother.
At the time, Masten Wanjala was unkempt and uneducated.
They first went to a barber shop to have his hair shaved after which Robert booked his son to a school.
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