Picture courtesy. Masten Wanjala.
Three police officers were arrested and locked up in jail yesterday for the escape of the prisoner who confessed to having killed about fifteen children.
The circumstances of his escape still remain shrouded in mystery and a manhunt was launched for the serial killer.
This morning, according to reports from Bungoma County, Masten Wanjala has been killed by a mob in Chwele.
Speaking to news rooms, Assistant County Commissioner Cornelius Nyaribari confirmed the unfortunate events that happened this morning.
Masten Wanjala. Picture courtesy.
The serial killer was scheduled to be arraigned in court yesterday when he vanished from the cells without a trace.
Many people have speculated that he might have been helped escape by the Police Officers who were on duty that day.
This puts an end to the torture on families that the serial killer had inflicted after confessing to killing and drinking the children's blood.
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