Two drug dealers who gunned down two young men in Milton Keynes have been sentenced to life in prison.
Mohammed Farah and his friend Amin Ishmail were shot execution-style after Mr Farrah allegedly sold drugs belonging to a local dealer.
Today, Fuad Awale who pulled the trigger was told he would serve a minimum of 38 years in prison.
His accomplice Sharrmake Abdulkadir received a 32-year sentence. Matthew Hudson sent this report from Luton Crown Court.
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