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Club Click owner, bouncer deny murder charges

16 May 2012, 08:20

Nairobi - Jackson Maina Wangui and a bouncer accused of murdering a reveller at Club Click two weeks ago have denied the charges, Capital News reports.

Maina, who is one of the directors of the club and bouncer Joseph Kirero Sepi denied that jointly with others not before court, they murdered Kevin Onyango on the night of May 7 and 8 at the club located on Baricho Road, Nairobi.

They were however remanded in custody as the prosecution urged Justice Nicholas Ombija not to grant them bail arguing there are compelling reasons why they should remain in remand custody.

- For more visit Capital News

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