Photo Courtesy. The number of reported cases involving serial Killers in the country have continued to increase with several individuals involved in multiple killings in different parts of the country. A few months ago a 19-year-old Masten Wanjala was arrested and led police to where he had buried 13 kids which he killed in different parts of the country.
Serial Killer Who Brutally Murdered Wife & Child Finally Reveals The Real Reason For Killing His Son
Photo Courtesy. The number of reported killings involving serial Killers in the country have been on the rise with many Kenyans losing their loved ones after meeting the Killers. Just a few days ago, a young man by the name of Masten Wanjala was brutally killed by an angry Mob after reports emerged about his involvement in the killing of 13 children in different parts of the country.
Photo Courtesy. The name of Masten Wanjala continues to elicit lots of reactions around the country with the young man making the headlines for being the youngest yet deadliest serial killer the country has ever witnessed. Wanjala had over 12 boys and girls in different parts of the country before he was arrested.
This year has been marked by several shocking events that we shall keep remembering. This comes after we experienced the most grievous murders this year that shook the whole country. It all started all the way with Caroline Kangogo who was a police officer trained in sharp shooting.
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 Directorate of Criminal Investigations has this afternoon shared four of its most high profile cases of 2021 that changed the way crime is handled in Kenya. Picture courtesy. Masten Wanjala. The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has been using Social Media to spread the message of ensuring that criminals are caught and when they are, the public is made aware.
Uproar as Masten Wanjala's Father Now Claim His Son is Still Alive, Urge Police to Take Him to Court
Despite reports that self-proclaimed children serial killer Masten Wanjala was lynched by mob in October this year after escaping from Jogoo Road Police Station, his father now claims that he is still alive. Ina video shared by Citizen TV on Thursday December 9, Robert Watila Wanjala claims that the police have not released his body for burial if indeed he was the one killed by residents of Mukhweya village in Kabuchai Constituency in Bungoma County.
Nearly one month after self confessed killer Masten Wanjala was killed by the mob at his father's home in Bungoma county, his burial is yet to be known. Self confessed killer Masten Wanjala faced his death two days after escaping from prison in Nairobi. Masten Wanjala's body was to be buried according to Bukusu traditions.
Uhuru Gives CS Matiang'i Sleepless Nights as He Gives This Directive Following The 3 Kamiti Escapees
On Wednesday, 17 of November, the Chief Command of Armed Forces, President Uhuru Kenyatta summoned top security officials at the Interior Ministry led by Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i over the rampant prison breaks that have been witnessed by the country in the last few months.
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.
Robert Wanjala, the father of serial killer Masten Wanjala has said that the police never released his son's body for burial. He says that the family and clan did not positively identify Wanjala's body and they still believe he is alive. The last time he saw his son was when he came with police officers to the village to show them where he had hid the bodies of the minors he had killed.
The father to the serial killer Masten Wanjala has again left netizens talking after his latest remarks claiming that he his son was not killed but he is alive. According to him, his son was under tight security and the police could not have let him go. This is actually shocking details following the fact that Wanjala was killed by mob in Bungoma County few hours after he was reported to have escaped from the police where he was waiting to be taken to the court and state whether the allegations were correct or not.
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.
Police have dismissed claims that they are holding the body of confessed serial killer Masten Milimu Wanjala. Bungoma Police Commander Mutungi Musyoki said that Wanjala’s family was free to collect the body from Bungoma County Referral Hospital mortuary. “We are not interested in the body anymore.
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.
Close to 30 days since self-confessed serial killer, Masten Wanjala, was lynched, his father, Robert Wanjala, has opened up on his son's demise. Talking at his home in Bungoma County, on Tuesday, November 9, Wanjala made it known that that the police officers dealing with the case have never approached him to positively identify the deceased's body.
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.
Masten Wanjala’s Father: I Am Not Sure If My Son Is Dead. Wednesday, 3rd November 2021, Nairobi Kenya. Speaking at his home in Bungoma County, Robert Wanjala, father to the self-confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala,on Tuesday, November 9,made it known that the law officers handling the case have never approached him to positively identify the deceased's body.
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 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.