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Kisumu court detains manager who shot bus driver

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A Kisumu Court has detailed Raygreen hotel manager for seven more days following the shooting of a bus manager.

In the ruling, the Kisumu court allowed investigators seven more days to conduct investigations into the Friday shooting.

Daniel Jaoko the manager of Raygreen hotel is said to have shot thrice Coast Bus driver Peter Otieno thrice following a quarrel over parking space.

According to witnesses, the bus driver arrived at his Polyview home to find the suspect’s car in the driveway.

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A confrontation ensued as the victim asked Daniel Jaoko to pave the way to park his car. It was then that the hotel manager drew his gun and shot him thrice.

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Peter was rushed to Avenue Hospital where he succumbed to the injuries. He was shot on the chest.

The suspect then surrendered himself at Kondele Police Station where he was detained alongside his girlfriend he was dropping off that night.

Berryl Achieng
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