A man who has been on the run after killing 12 children finally reached the end of the road today. Police in Nairobi have arrested him after confessing that he did the astonishing act.
According to Nairobi Police boss Augustine Nthumbi, the suspect led the detectives to a thicket in Westlands where bodies of two children were recovered. He is still being interrogated for more details of where he took the other bodies.
Nthumbi told Capital FM News that the suspect is still in the police custody to answer questions for more information on the other bodies. “The exercise has not ended. Let us wait a bit because he is confessing to having killed 12 children.” Police boss, Augustine Nthumbi said.
The suspect was arrested following investigations on the disappearance of some of the children from an approved school in Kabete. These children actually dissappeared and none knew where they could be, only to realize today that they were all killed.
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