CCTV Footage Shows How Kasarani Man Was Cornered And Shot Six Times At Close Range By A Gunman.
(Photos courtesy of Standard digital)
CCTV footage has been released that shows how a Kasarani man who was in his car was cornered and shot dead by a gun six times as a close range by a gunman.
From the CCTV footage, a car can be seen in front of the car which the victim was driving and the front car stopped, the gunman got out and walked towards the car of the victim who driving on a slow speed but he stopped and the next scene he was shot six time's by the gunman.
The gunman then fled away and got into the white vehicle that was in front. This CCTV footage has been shared online by the Standard digital .
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