Serial Killer, Masten Wanjala committed a crime where he was accused of killing over 10 children aged between 6 years to 17. The case and incident of Wanjala trended on Kenyan social media sites where millions of Kenyans shared different opinions.
Later Masten Wanjala was arrested and put in Remand as Police were investigating his case of killing innocent children. Wanjala was in police custody under the supervision of police officers as an investigation was being held.
A few weeks ago Masten Wanjala was reported to have been escaped from the police custody located at Jogoo Road, Nairobi, and it brought suspicion to many Kenyans as the man was believed to be dangerous.
Three police officers were arrested for neglecting Masten Wanjala and they were arraigned in court for the investigation to be conducted over them. Today, the three police officers who were in charge of Wanjala's, have been fined by the court 100,000 each as their case will be hard in November.
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