Vampire Arrested in Kenya After Eating 10 Kids



Man dubbed a vampire has confessed to killing ten children and sucking the blood out of at least one in a five-year killing spree in Kenya.

Masten Milimo Wanjala, 20, was arrested on Wednesday after police tracked him down after two bodies were found dumped in Kabete, outside Nairobi.

He confessed to ten murders over a five year period and is assisting police to recover the bodies.

Officers said Wanjala will be charged with multiple counts of murder.

Wanjala was found after two bodies – identified as Junior Mutuku Musyoka, 12, and Charles Opindo Bala, 13 – were found in Kabete.

He has been linked to several other disappearances in recent months, though police say it is not yet clear what his motive was.

Police are trying to establish if Wanjala had accomplices or if he was working alone.

The suspect led detectives to the site of several of the murders on Wednesday, officers took photos and videos as evidence.

Many of the sites were thick bushes near maize plantations, but Wanjala also dumped his victim’s bodies in open sewage pipes, Capital News reported.

Police said Wanjala had tried to ransom the children, demanding between £200 (KSH 30,000) and £330 (KSH 50,000) from their parents in exchange for their freedom.

Musyoki’s mother Felista Wayua was asked for £330 in exchange for her son but was unable to raise the money.

Opindo’s father was asked for £200 after his son was kidnapped from Sagaret Primary School in Majengo.

Wanjala’s five-year killing spree started when he was just 16, local media reported.

He allegedly kidnapped Purity Maweu, 12, and sucked her blood before leaving her for dead.

Wanjala is believed to have struck again, three years later, in Kimilili, western Kenya, killing Aron, 13.

The young boy’s death led to violent protests in Kamukuywa, in which residents torched a house they believed belonged to the suspect.

Several bodies of Wanjala’s alleged victims are yet to be discovered after he dumped them in sewage lines.

Wanjala’s grisly confession led several Kenyan newspapers on Thursday morning.

The Standard reported the suspect is a repeat offender who has previously spent time behind bars.

In 2020, 242 children under 18 – 125 girls and 117 boys – were reported missing, according to Missing Child Kenya.

Most were reunited with their families, but at least 10 were found dead and 18 are still missing.


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