The self confessed serial killer Mastern Wanjala yesterday escaped from Jogoo police cell.He was supposed to be arraigned in court yesterday.
The deputy OCS and two other police officers have been arrested in connection to the escape.They are likely to be charged for aiding the suspect to escape.They were taken to Nairobi area police station for questioning and are being detained at Capitol Hill cell and will be arraigned in court today.
Atleast 20 people including those who were custody with Wanjala have been grilled over the escape.He was supposed to be in court for mentioning while some of his cases are still under investigation.
The cops who were on duty said they learnt about his escape at 7 a.m yesterday while they were taking roll call.He was yet to take plea for the crime he had committed.
He confessed that he posed as a football coach and lured victims into being killed.Atleast 5 bodies have been recovered from the several children that he killed.
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