Fresh details have emerged following the mysterious death of self confessed killer Masten Wanjala who was brutally silenced by an irate mob. This is something that happened at his home in Bungoma before the police took the body to Bungoma referral hospital. Since then, the body has been held for several weeks to months now since he died.
The government is now in trouble days after alleged serial killer Masten Wanjala was lynched by an angry mob in his own county Bungoma following his escape from the police custody. The family of the last Masten Wanjala have now decided to take the whole case into a new twist as they plan to take action against the government for the killing of Masten Wanjala.
The father of the self-confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala has revealed a disturbing message. The father of the deceased is doubting if his son is dead or it is just a story. This is after almost a month since their son was lynched in Bungoma by what was said to be a mob up to date the family has not seen the body of their son.
Robert Wanjala the father to Masten Wanjala, the self-confessed children serial killer, has revealed that he will not burry his son. Robert told KTN News on Tuesday night that he has so many questions that are yet to be answered, and until all his questions are answered, then Masten will not be buried.
It has been a while or months since the famous serial killer Masten Wanjala was being killed by a mob at his home village, this serial killer was arrested by the police and taken to court because killing several children and throwing their corpses away in the forest. The father to Masten Wanjala has confessed that the police did not release the body of his son.
Confessed Serial killer Masten Milimu Wanjala died a few days ago after he was attacked by an irate mob at his village in Bungoma. Masten had earlier told the Directorate of Criminal Investigation, DCI that he killed children in different counties and even showed some of the investigators where he but tied their bodies.
Dramatic Scene As Masten Wanjala's Family Members Refuse To Bury Him, Say They Are Afraid Of Curses.
A bizarre incident has been witnessed in Bungoma county after Masten Wanjala's family members refused to bury his body. The self proclaimed serial killer was lynched by a mob days after he escaped Jogoo road police station. According to reports by villagers, they decided to take that step since they were afraid that he might end up killing their children.
Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist. Angry villagers in Bungoma County killed self-confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala after he managed to escape from a police cell. The country has yet to come to terms with this. A few days before he was taken into custody, Masten confessed to the murder of 13 children around the country.
The father to self-confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala has finally opened up on his son’s death. Speaking in his home in Mukhweya village, Bungoma county, the father to Masten Wanjala, says he was not impressed on how officers handled the case of his late son.
Masten Wanjala a self proclaimed serial killer who was killing children by strangling them to death was beaten to death a month ago by an angry mob who had spotted him near his home in Mukhenya Village in Bungoma County after he had escaped from the police cells in Jogoo Road Police Station in Nairobi.
The family of masten wanjala has declined to bury there kin fearing it will attract curses upon them.The self confessed serial killer was lynched by angry residents. Previously his father Robert wanjala watila had pleaded with the state to give him the body to Bury. He had also asked for forgiveness from the grieved families on behalf of his son.
Allies Reveal That Masten's Parents Disowned Him Longtime Ago And They Don't Want To Bury Him At All
Masten Wanjala the blood thirsty vampire was lynched by a mob about two weeks ago and we even saw his father asking the government to help him bury the boy. Now, new reports from 'Nation' reveal that despite the fact that Masten's dad asked for assistance to bury him, he had already disowned him and said that he's not his son.
Almost one month after the self-confessed serial children killer Masten Wanjala was killed, his burial continues to be a matter of dialogue along with his family adamant to get him to rest. Wanjala, who confessed to killing over 10 children, was lynched within the evening of Thursday, October 14, two days after escaping from Jogoo Road station house.
The father of self-confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala, Robert Wanjala, has spoken out about his son's death. Wanjala, speaking from his home in Bungoma County's Mukhweya village today, said he was not impressed with how the police and other law enforcement personnel handled the matter.
Kenyans are still asking questions on how Masten Wanjala was executed after managing to escape from his cell something that has not been taken lightly by both the parents of Masten Wanjala and the public at large. It remains a mystery that Masten Wanjala would manage to pull out an escape plan in front of 10 police officers reported to be on duty the same day.
Masten Wanjala, a deceased confessed child serial killer, has a new twist in his case: his family has disowned his body, refusing to bury him for fear of inviting curses. This comes after the government, through the local administration, told the family that they needed to finish any pending medical exams and bury their relatives, but they were hesitant to do so.
It has been two weeks since the confessed serial killer, Masten Milimo Wanjala died after he was lynched by an angry mob in Bungoma town. According to reliable sources, Masten was arrested months where he confessed to having killed children from different counties and buried their corpses.
Self-confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala’s father Robert Wanjala has made news demands to the government following his son’s death. Speaking in his home in Mukhweya village, Bungoma County, Wanjala said that he was not impressed by how the police handled the case. He revealed that the police are yet to approach him to identify his son’s body, one month after Masten was lynched by a mob.
Masten Wanjala's family have rejected his remains, claiming that burying him in Bungoma will attract evil spirits. The family of Masten Wanjala, a self-confessed serial killer who was put to death by a mob 10 days ago, says they are not ready to bury their loved ones, claiming that doing so will bring a curse upon them.
Masten Wanjala’s father speaks out asks Government for son's body Masten lost his life one month ago after he was stoned to death by irate mob in Bungoma. The self confessed child killer before his death fled while under lawful custody in Jogoo Road Police Station.