Mob stones to death gambler who killed two Casino workers

التطبيق إشارة خيار ثنائي Published On February 9, 2016 » 1565 Views» By Denzil Musumba » كتابة بالانجليزي Featured, Kenya, News
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Eastleigh Estate residents mill outside City View Bar and Restaurant Casino on February 9, 2016 where a Tanzania gambler Mr John Barnabas killed two people after losing Sh30,000. A mob stoned him to death. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE | NATION MEDIA GROUP" width="640" height="424" />

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“By the time police arrived, the gambler was already dead,” said Nairobi police boss Japhet Koome.

Eastleigh North Nyumba Kumi initiative chairman Hussein Roba said Mchanga had earlier in the day sold one of his two motorcycles hopping to gamble to get more money.

“He has been living here for over five years. Initially, he was a shoe shiner along the 10th Street before he bought a motorcycle and started boda boda business,” Mr Roba said.

Inside the Casino’s office, the chair Ms Mbuvi sat on was still soiled with blood. There was also blood at the door, where the guards were attacked.

The injured guard, Mr Ogada is recuperating in hospital. He sustained injuries in his shoulders during midnight attack.

Starehe OCPD Alice Kimeli said they are investigating the incident and that several people are being interrogated.

Source: Daily Nation

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