The family of the serial killer Masten Wanjala have came out to to claim that they are not ready to bury their dead son. According to their allegations, they believe that burying him on their land could be attracting curses back to the family. [Photo Courtesy]
However, his rejections was something that started long time ago after his death. When he passed away, his body was taken to the mortuary where postmortem was supposed to be done. Some homicide detectives were accompanied by two doctors from Nairobi and Bungoma who performed the test on the body.
Unfortunately, the family to Masten Wanjala did not attend the activity that was done im their absence. This clearly indicates how the family perceived him from a criminal point. They did not show any interest to go and witness what really happened to their son.
They left the detectives and doctors to contact the postmortem on their behalf. This was a clear sign that something fishy was going on. They did not even feel bothered about the outcome of the results. The incident at the mortuary had truly painted the picture on how the family perceived Wanjala and the outcome is now evident.
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