Shocking as Serial killer confesses, i was paid by the Church




LThe news that have been making headlines over the week have been scary. This is after reports of killings dominated the headlines with not one but two self-confessed serial killers whose main targets have been children and women. After Masten Wanjala, who was targeting children, escaped custody and later murdered yesterday in Bungoma, another self-confessed serial killer was nabbed in Ruiru, Kiambu County.

The 29-year-old Paul Magara Morara has confessed to the security officers that he has been attacking women, defiling them before taking their lives. This man has left the residents of Kiambu shocked. Magara says that he has been killing for money. He has unmasked how he was bankrolled by a church suspected to be practising occult. He says that the church has been paying him Sh30,000 for each case of murder.

Magara has revealed how his friend introduced him to the church last year. He was told that each time he kills, he would be paid Sh30,000. Magara says that he was told to be killing women since they are easiest compared to men.

Each time he killed, Magara was supposed to carry the victim’s under clothes soaked with blood and would later go home with his payment of Sh30,000.

The serial killer has disclosed how he executed his first mission at Kihunguro along Ruiru bypass. He says that he tricked a young lady and then booked a room. Magara says that he killed her and chopped off her body parts. He says that after killing the first person, he felt the urge to kill more.

The police officers have said that they have kept secret the identity of the said church so that they don’t jeopardise the ongoing investigations.

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Frankhttp://www.fremermedia.com
Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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