If you thought the church was a religious place, then you should think again, because it isn't. He blamed the church for killing and raping three women. This case has shocked people and the government in Kiambu, Kenya. That's what the man who became known as Mr. Paul Magara Morara, 29, said. He said the church paid him for each killing. He found out that he was getting money from a church that paid him Sh30,000 for each murder.
"I was brought to the church last year by a friend, who paid me Sh30,000 for each person I killed on the spot." I was told that women were the best to kill," Mr. Morara taught the detectives how to get a confession. To show that he had killed, he carried the blood-soaked underwear of the people who had been hurt.
Mr. Morara used to wear a white hood the day before, but now he didn't look sorry. It was his first job, he said. It took place at Kihunguro on the Ruiru bypass last year, when he killed a young woman, booked her into a hotel room, and cut off her breasts. "I was paid for the process, which made me want to go after my next goal," he said. Police have kept the name of the church a secret so that it won't interfere with their work.
It's part of the investigation if a church in Nairobi hires a killer for money, says the DCIO in Ruiru. When the suspect took the police to Ruiru, he killed a lot of people at the Watalam place, which is in the city.
Inspiration came from other killings.
In January, Mr. Morara did the first thing he wanted to do. This time, he met a young woman who was working in Ruiru, booked her into a hotel, had sex with her, and killed her afterward to get his money. Afterwards, I felt the need to kill more. When he told the police that he had become "inhuman," he said that he had spent most of his time planning how to kill. It was ready to pay, so Mr. Morara hired his gang with knives as their weapon of choice. It was on September 7 that Morara and his group broke into a house in Magorofani. They were trying to get rid of two sisters, who were 18 and 19. They stabbed their friends and left them for dead. One of the victims is now in the intensive care unit at Kenyatta National Hospital. On Wednesday this week, Mr. Morara set out to kill again. She was asleep when he broke into her house in Ruiru, stabbed her in the neck, and ran away.
Murder is the worst thing you can do.
The husband was unharmed, so he was able to hurry his wife to a nearby health center where she was getting better. But, there may not be a good crime. In the attack on Wednesday, Mr. Morara and his five accomplices made a mistake, but they didn't know it. When the victim's cell phone was stolen, the people who took it sold it. When the victim's Sim card was thrown away, police could later check on how the phone was being used. Mr. Ombati told the country the day before that Mr. Morara was no longer sorry and looked like he had a bad case of the blues. "Out of the three people he has said he killed, two of them were his neighbors." We arrested him with the help of three other people who have direct ties to the killings, Mr. Ombati said.
When we hear about the first murder and other murders that are very similar, we start looking into and profiling the suspect. We are happy that we've made a big step forward, said Mr Ombati. There is a lot of evidence so far that links Mr. Morara and his friends to the killings, he said. Mr. Morara broke up with his first family years ago and has been living with a woman, who he told the police is his wife. "We need to think about the woman's age before we charge her with the same crimes," said Mr. Ombati. A court in Ruiru let police keep Morara in custody for 14 days so they could finish their investigation.
In Kiambu, there have been a lot of murders.
Kiambu County is known for its gruesome murder and suicide cases. Lawrence Simon Warunge, a student at Mt. Kenya University, killed his own family in January. He killed Christian Njenga, Maxwell Njenga, James Kinyanjui Wambaa, Nicholas Njoroge Warunge, and Ann Wanjiku Njoroge. At the end of March, a student at Mt. Kenya University in Thika killed his girlfriend by cutting her throat. He died of suicide at the same time.
In the same month, a second student at Mt Kenya University in Thika, Kenya, died after jumping from the 7th floor of a building on the school's main campus in a suicide. She refused to give him the money that he asked her to keep for him. John Muturi alias Francis Limo told police that he killed his wife in Gachie, Kiambu, in May because she didn't give him Sh270,000. Mr Muturi also said that he had raped and killed a number of women between the ages of 15 and 20 after promising them jobs. This month, a student at Mount Kenya University named Graca Nyamokami was found dead in her room.
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