Man charged with the murder of a Nigerian, Moses Fadairo in east London

27-year-old Christopher Erunse was today, October 1, charged with the murder of Moses Fadairo.
Moses Fadairo, 25, was gunned down on a busy market street in Clapton by a gun-wielding mob in a suspected gangland execution in Hackney, east Londonon Saturday, September 26, just after 1pm. Paramedics tried to resuscitate him but he died at the scene.
According to Evening Standard, the father of twin boys born earlier this year  staggered into Mighty Meats  butche's shop in Chatsworth Road, Lower Clapton,then ran 50 yards down the road before collapsing in a pool of blood.
Christopher Erunse, of Greenwich, will appear at Thames Magistrates’ Court. He has also been charged with attempted murder and possession of a firearm. Erunse was arrestedon Tuesday in Birmingham. A 25-year-old man arrested on the afternoon of the killing, suspected of possessing an offensive weapon, has been bailed.

A third man, 23, was arrested on suspicion of murder on Sunday, and has been bailed until December
Shopkeepers in Chatsworth Road, Lower Clapton, told the Standard on Saturday how they feared for their lives after hearing Fadairo being gunned down in the street outside.

Speaking at the family home the following day, his grieving sister said:
     "He was a lovely boy – he didn’t deserve this."
A family friend added:
     "Moses was telling me he was trying to do something good with his life, that he
was going to university. It’s a tragic loss of life. It’s more children now who will
grow up without a father. The killing has got to stop."

Another friend described Mr Fadairo, whose twin sons were born in January, as “a warm-hearted guy” who was “generous and kind”

Source: Evening Standard


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