Currently, there has been a surge of serial killings in Kenya. Advances in police investigation (for example, the ability to link murders more effectively) and improved data collection could help the uptick. That said, no doubts that serial killing has rose for several years, and that rise fits with general increase in crime.
Today, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations(DCI), has nabbed a children serial killer, Evans Wanjala who is alleged to have brutally taken the lives of 5 young innocent girls after assaulting and raping them. Wanjala admits to have killed them in a span of only 2 years, that is, between 31st December, 2019 to 15th June, 2021.
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Wanjala continues to give a blow-by-blow account of how he smoothly executed his ghastly mission by luring the minors of ages between 10 and 15 from different locations in Uasin Gishu County, before taking them to secluded areas where he defiled and strangled them to death.
Photo Courtesy Of DCI: Evans Wanjala
Photo Courtesy Of DCI: A Skull Belonging To One Of The Girls
Kenyans went bananas after reading this report from DCI's Facebook page, reacting to the post with painful sentiments that could make one shed tears. Below are some of the comments by Netizens:
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