Expelled Nairobi City County Governor, Mike Sonko, presently says his compensation of Ksh200,000 to whoever offers data that would prompt the capture of self-admitted chronic executioner, Masten Wanjala, will go to the gathering of youth who lynched him.
Sonko, on Wednesday, October 13, declared that he would offer the token as an appreciation to anyone who might give solid data prompting the catch of Masten who got away from Jogoo Road Police Station where he was being held.
Masten, who was confronting 13 counts of homicide, beat the station's security and evaporated into the flimsy air, just for him to reemerge in his provincial home of Bungoma area where he was distinguished and along these lines lynched by the occupants.
Sonko presently says the Ksh200,000 will be disseminated to the horde, adding that it was the proper thing for the occupants to do.
Leave a comment in the comment section below on what you think of the move Sonko made.
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