There was drama along the Moi avenue in Nairobi yesterday when a kenyan film actor identified as Ainea Odhiambo engaged in a brave battle with dangerous thugs who allegedly wanted to take away his gold ornaments. In a CCTV video footage that has since gone viral on social media, one thug can be seen attacking the actor out of the blue, hitting him with force.
As the two battle, another thug joins the first one shortly and together, they attempt to immobilize the actor who overpowers them and brandishes out a gun and fires. Unfortunately, the bullets land on nearby guard killing him instantly while another person was injured badly.
And now, Kenyans news reports of the highly sophisticated military training that has been that actor Ainea Odhiambo has undertaken. In the report, Ainea is said to be a a top private military contractor and a marksman. He is a licenced gun holder and a protection specialist.
The actor is also highly experienced in matters to do with security management, issues to do with threat and risk analysis, unarmed defence mechanisms and close protection expert. He is also a logistics and event manager on top of being a consultant on security issues.
"I have done a course on Close Protection and I am a member of International Bodyguard Association (IBA). I have training in Counter-terror and Private Military contractor at European Security Academy and a Certificate in Weapons and Tactics for High-Risk Environment," he adds.
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