Nowhere to Hide for Defaulters as Safaricom Tightens Fuliza Rules; How Masten Wanjala Cleverly Escaped from Police Station & OKA Chiefs to Sign Pact Ahead of 2022 Polls

Good  morning Kenyans.

The weekend is just around the corner after a week that can be described  as mind blowing.

Kenyans were left scratching their heads after a notorious serial killer escaped from police custody.

The more puzzling thing was that the self confessed child killer Masten Wanjala was only discovered missing after a roll call was conducted.

Self confessed serial killer Masten Wanjala

Reports indicated that three officers from the station were arrested and questioned on the matter.

Wanjala’s escape comes weeks after a similar situation was witnessed at a Bungoma prison.

This brings up the big question, was it fair to only arrest three officers when a station normally has more than that number?

These are the news making the headlines on the Opera News App:

Nowhere to Hide for Defaulters as Safaricom Tightens Fuliza Rules

M-Pesa Users Who Default On Their Fuliza Loans Will Have Access To Their Funds In M-Shwari And KCB M-Pesa Accounts Blocked Or Used To Settle Their Outstanding Balances.

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OKA Chiefs to Sign Binding Pact Ahead of 2022 Polls

One Kenya Alliance principals could sign a pact binding them to work together in next year’s polls, dampening hopes of a reunion with ODM boss Raila Odinga.

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Newspapers: Masten Wanjala Reportedly Walked Out of Cell While Covering His Head

The papers also reported on the mysterious escape of serial children killer Masten Wanjala from custody.

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