He worked for a mob behind some of Africa’s worst atrocities but has been living here in a taxpayer-funded home since 2003
A murderer who admits killing up to 400 people – many in bloody machete attacks – is living in the UK after being granted asylum.
John Thuo has been living in a taxpayer funded home since sneaking in illegally from Africa in 2003, and his neighbours are totally oblivious to his grisly past.
For seven years he worked for the Mungiki in Kenya, a criminal mob behind some of the continent’s worst atrocities.
Thuo, 27, admitted at an immigration tribunal to killing “about 100 to 400 people”.
He even said he had taken part in the sickening practice of female genital mutilation.