Three police officers who were on duty when self confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala escaped from custody have been freed for 300,000 police bond or 150,000 each.The three police officers Philip Mbithi, Mutuma Bonface and precious Mwende Mwinzi were in friday charged of Wanjala's escape.While appearing to the magistrate Ochoi they denied the allegations of aiding Wanjala to escape and negligence while they were on official duty.The officers were accused on October 12,13 this year at jogoo road police station within Nairobi county where they aided Masten Wanjala escape from the police custody.Wanjala who was 20 years was accused of murder of over 11 children in mid July and on October 13 was said that Wanjala was missing from the police custody.It is suspected Wanjala walked out of custody at 9 pm on Tuesday alongside persons arrested for violating Covid-19 rules.You can comment, like, share and subcribe to this channel for more breaking news.
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