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Man in court following deadly Prahran nightclub drive-by shooting

A man charged over the fatal Love Machine nightclub shooting has blown kisses to family members as he appeared briefly in the Melbourne Magistrates Court.

Moussa Hamka, 25, from Epping, was charged with being an accessory after the fact to murder following the drive-by shooting in April, which left two men dead and four others injured.

Police have arrested Moussa Hamka, 25, as part of the ongoing investigation into a fatal shooting outside Love Machine nightclub in Prahran earlier this year.

Police have arrested Moussa Hamka, 25, as part of the ongoing investigation into a fatal shooting outside Love Machine nightclub in Prahran earlier this year.Credit:Facebook

Security guard Aaron Khalid Osmani, 37, died at the scene of the shooting, which took place outside the Prahran nightclub just after 3am on April 14. Patron Richard Arow, 28, died from his injuries days later.

Police arrested Mr Hamka on Saturday morning and also seized a handgun while executing a search warrant.

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