Suspected serial killer Masten Wanjala in court on Friday, July 15, 2021
Three policemen attached to Jogoo Police Station were arrested for the escape of suspected serial killer Masten Wanjala.
The trio was apprehended by their colleagues at the Nairobi regional criminal investigation office.
A police inspector and two police officers were arrested after being suspected of having helped the fugitive escape from prison at their workplace.
The trio will be brought to justice on the relevant charges.
Masten Milimu Wanjala, 20, was arrested by DCI detectives on Wednesday, July 14, 2021.
Wanjala escaped from the police station on Tuesday evening, October 12, under unclear circumstances.
Buruburu Sub-County Police Commander Francis Kamau said the self-proclaimed serial killer escaped in a power outage that hit the station in the afternoon at 8 p.m. today.
Detectives, however, expressed concern over the timing of his escape.
The suspect was to be brought to justice in Makadara court on Wednesday, October 13, where he was to face 13 counts of murder.
Wanjala confessed to killing the children in Nairobi and two neighboring counties.
Police issued an alert for the fugitive and warned the public not to harbor him or help him navigate the city.
Sounds like Vampire Diaries in Kenya