Twist as Wanjala’s Father Reveals What Police Forced Him to Do as New Details About the Burial Emerge
The burial of the self-confessed serial killer Masten Milimu Wanjala who was lynched by angry residents of Mukhweya village in Bungoma County has taken a new twist. This is after police officers dismissed claims that they are still holding the serial killer's body. Mutungi Musyoki who is the Bungoma County Police Commander has now addressed the issue and said that the family of Wanjala is free to pick the body which is still at the mortuary in Bungoma County Referral Hospital.
The autopsy of the self-confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala has already been concluded. Wanjala died after he was lynched by angry residents of Mukhweya village in Bungoma County a few days after he escaped from police custody. The autopsy was conducted at Bungoma County Referral Hospital Mortuary by two pathologists who were accompanied by homicide detectives.
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.
Confusion After Pathologists Fails To Answer Questions Concerning Masten Wanjala's Postmortem Result
The postmortem for the body of serial Killer Masten Wanjala has been completed at Bungoma county hospital. There were two pathologist from Nairobi and Bungoma who had to contact the postmortem to ascertain what exactly killed Mr.Wanjala. The pathologist were accompanied by homicide special investigation unit officers to perform the test which lasted almost one hour.
Two pathologists on Wednesday declined to divulge autopsy results performed on Masten Wanjala's body. The autopsy examination was conducted on Wednesday on the body of self-confessed child killer Masten Milimu Wanjala at Bungoma County Referral Hospital Morgue Wanjala, who fled from police custody at Jogoo Road Police Station in Nairobi, was smoked out and by an irate residents at Mukhweya village five days ago.
Bungoma County Police Commander Dr Mutungi Musyoki has cautioned residents in the county to shun from taking the law in their hands whenever they arrest suspects.Bungoma County Police Commander Mutungi Musyoki, he has urged residents to present suspects to the police rather than killing them, source files.
The Bungoma County Police Commander has finally broken his silence on what the pathologist who handled Masten Wanjala's post-mortem told him. He told the media that he was asked not to reveal the results to anyone. This happened as the family of Masten Wanjala refused to go for the post-mortem.