Robert Wanjala, the father to self-confessed serial killer Masten Milimo Wanjala, says they have no burial arrangements for his late son who was lynched by a mob after escaping from police custody in Nairobi.
Wanjala said the family has now not obtained any conversation from the authorities or police regarding the whereabouts of his son.
He keeps that the last time he saw his son became while Masten Wanjala had taken detectives to 4 scenes in Bungoma where he had killed and dumped our bodies of minors throughout the county.
“Mtoto bado ako polisi, tunangoja record ya polisi. Wakati walikuwa na yeye hapa alikuwa na security tight sana, hangefikiwa,” stated Wanjala.
He in addition said that he has simplest heard approximately his son’s death from rumors.
“Nilishanga kusikia badaye kuwa mtoto alikufa na mimi mwenyewe sijadhibitisha kama mzazi,” he stated, including: “Bado tunajua ako mikononi mwa polisi kwa hivyo apelekwe kortini ahukumiwe kulingana na makosa yake.
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