A MAN has denied shooting two men dead after an anti-gun night at a club in Southall.

Bristol man Shakah Anderson pleaded not guilty to shooting dead Mohamed Korneh and Selorn Gbesemete, both 21, at the Tudor Rose nightclub in Southall on 15 December, 2002.

Mr Gbesemete, of Stonebridge Park, northwest London, was found collapsed in an alley near the club and died at the scene, and Mr Korneh, of Croydon, died later in hospital.

Mr Anderson pleaded not guilty to two counts of murder at the Old Bailey yesterday, and was remanded in custody to stand trial on April 15 next year.