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Ida Odinga’s Bodyguard Shot Dead in Kisumu 

Ida and Raila og image

Ida and Raila image

Ida Odinga’s bodyguard Barack Oduor has been shot dead by an unknown assailant in Kisumu. 

The bodyguard was in the company of a woman before he met his death. 

According to reports, the Barack was shot by a manager of one of the clubs in Kisumu following a dispute over a woman.

As a result, a gunshot exchange occurred in which the assailant exchanged gunshots with Ida Odinga’s bodyguard, leaving Oduro’s colleagues with gunshot wounds.

Nyanza regional police boss Karanja Muiruri, has confirmed the incident noting that Barack was disarmed before being shot.

“Upon reaching the Estate, one Collins Okundi, a Manager of Club Signature Kisumu suddenly appeared and a scuffle ensued between Donar Kajwang and Cpl Barrack Otieno Oduor. In the process, Collins Okundi disarmed the police officer and fatally shot him twice in the head and leg,” the police report reads in part.

The bodyguard’s body has been taken to Star Hospital Mortuary awaiting for a postmortem to be done as police intensify efforts to apprehend the suspect and recover the missing firearm.

Barrack Oduor, also known as Barrack Jaraha Tho Kinapo on Facebook, was a staunch supporter of Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga. Oduor has left behind his wife and five children.

More details to follow….

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