The suspected Ruiru serial Killer Paul Magara Morara has revealed to the police that he was paid by church to kill his victims. Morara who was arrested on Friday while trying to kill another woman also revealed the amount of money he was being paid per the victim he killed. According to reports on Saturday Daily Nation newspaper, Magara raped his victims before killing them, chopping their breasts and taking a way their underwear.
Magara reveled that he has been getting Kshs, 30,000 from a certain church to kill. "The church has been paying me Kshs, 30,000 shillings per the victim I kill," stated Magara. The church that has been paying Magara has not yet been revealed. His revelation about him being paid by the church has left many Kenyans wondering how could such a thing happen.
Investigation is still going on as the suspect is under custody and will be arraigned in court soon.
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