Residents of Mukhweya village woke up to some shocking news. Self confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala had been spotted within the vicinity. The suspect is said to have sneaked to his parent's residence when some suspicious villagers noticed him. Those who identified Wanjala says that they called him and that is when he took to his heels.
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 self-confessed serial killer Masten Milimo Wanjala, says they have no burial arrangements for his late son who was lynched by a mob after escaping from police custody in Nairobi. Speaking on Thursday from his home in Mukhweya village in Bungoma, Mzee Wanjala says he believes his son who confessed to killing more than 10 minors is still alive should face the law.
Serial Killer Masten Wanjala’s Father Won’t Hold Burial, Believes Son Still In Police Custody(VIDEO)
Robert Wanjala, the father to self-confessed serial killer Masten Milimo Wanjala, says they have no burial arrangements for his late son who was lynched by a mob after escaping from police custody in Nairobi. Speaking to the media on Thursday from his home in Mukhweya village in Bungoma, still has hopes that his son is still alive nd alleged rumors that he had been killed by mob justice was all lies.
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.
A section of residents from Mukhweya village in Bungoma County are now claiming that they had spotted the self-confessed killer Masten Wanjala a week before his disappearance was made public by officers from the Jogoo Road Police Station. So shocked was Masten's grandmother that the deceased bribed her with Ksh800 before he fled.
Finer details have emerged revealing the reason why irate villagers murdered serial killer Masten Wanjala. Serial Killer Masten Wanjala, source files. Wanjala is reported to have escaped from Jogoo road police station on Wednesday, causing the arrest of officers at the station. Residents of Mukhweya village have been living in worry after receiving news that Wanjala had escaped.
Masten Wanjala, a self-confessed child serial killer, was killed by an enraged mob in Mukhweya village, Kabuchai Constituency, Bungoma county, just hours ago. His father, Mzee Robert Wanjala, has finally spoken to the media to express his thoughts on the tragic events that have made his family the focus and interest of the media for quite some time.
A part of residents from Mukhweya village in Bungoma County are presently asserting that they had spotted self-confessed killer Masten Wanjala seven days before his vanishing was unveiled by officers from the Jogoo Road Police Station. Addressing journalists, the residents uncovered that Masten had visited his maternal grandmother last week and was even offered a plate of food.
Almost a month since self-confessed serial killer, Masten Wanjala, was lynched, his father, Robert Wanjala, has opened up on his son's death. Speaking at his home in Bungoma County, on Tuesday, November 9, Wanjala made it known that the law enforcement officers handling the case have never approached him to positively identify the deceased's body.
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.
Fresh details have surfaced online on how the self-confessed serial killer Masten Millimo Wanjala who murdered more than 10 minors. According to the reports by one of the top leading media houses, Citizen digital the 20 year old took advantage of a curfew confusion at the Jogoo Road police station to escape.
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, 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.
New Details Emerge How Serial Killer Masten Wanjala Used Curfew Confusion to Escape From Police Cell
Masten Millimo Wanjala, the self-confessed serial killer behind the murders of more than 10 minors took advantage of a curfew confusion at the Jogoo Road police station to escape. On Tuesday night, sources at the station say police officers arrested a big number of curfew violators and brought them to the station.
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.
The family of self-confessed murderer Masten Wanjala has disowned him, vowing to not lay him to rest. Wanjala, who confessed to killing quite ten children, was lynched within the evening of Thursday, October 14, on a daily basis after escaping from custody. However, chatting with Nation, the family of Mzee Robert Watila, Wanjala's father, said they weren't able to bury the 20-year-old for fear of contracting a curse.
The family of slain Masten Milimu Wanjala who had confessed of having killed over ten children has changed tune suddenly and has now disowned their son who was killed by an irate mob in Mukhweya village after he escaped from police custody. Wanjala’s father had initially asked for forgiveness from the families who lost their children in the hands of Wanjala.
The self-confessed serial killer Milimu Wanjala escaped from police custody but two days later, Masten could not escape from the wrath of Mukhweya residents. Despite successfully traveling for more than four hundred kilometers after fleeing from the Jogoo Road Police Station, his forty days had come to an end following his encounter with the residents of his home village.
Masten Wanjala's family is no longer willing to claim his body for burial for fear of being troubled by evil spirits later in life. The deceased's family has altered its mind, according to Mukhweya Assistant Chief Abiud Musungu. "The family abruptly altered their tune and rejected the serial killer when he was lynched.