Kitty man shot during execution attempt

A Kitty, Georgetown, man was on Monday morning rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH) after

The shop at the corners of Queen and William Streets, Kitty where the shooting took place

two gunmen on a motorcycle opened fire on him in what appears to be an attempted execution.
The injured man was identified as Donald McKenzie called “Baje”, 24, of Stanley Place, Kitty.
Eyewitnesses say about 08:30h McKenzie, along with several other men, were standing outside a shop at the corners of Queen and William Streets, Kitty, when two men rode up on a CG motorcycle.
As the men approached, McKenzie rushed into the shop to seek cover however, one of the men entered the shop and discharged several rounds at him.
He was hit once in his left shoulder.
The men then quickly left the scene, but not before blurting out, “leff he we gon get he a next time an done he dance.”
Reports are that the shooting may have been retaliation for an incident that transpired Sunday evening, where McKenzie and several others were allegedly involved in an altercation with another man who was assaulted during the process.
Police are investigating the matter.