Saturday , April 17 2021

Shoreditch piercing: More than 10 000 £ raised for the family & # 39; and a young father following the brutal murder



More than 10 000 £ has been raised for the family & # 39; and a young father, who was brutally killed after he "tried to break up the argument."

Zakaria Sharif Abukar Ali, died on Saturday after stepping in to calm down a number outside a nightclub in Shoreditch.

Father of two children, was attacked by two men before collapsing outside of the rolling stock of the club, in Kingsland Road, around 6:30.

Crowdfunding page was created for the 26-year-old, to support his wife and two children, and four-year-old boy and a two year old girl.

Zakaria Abukar Sharif Ali, 26, was stabbed to death outside the club Kingsland road

The page that was created only a day ago, read: "My best friend and brother tragically died on November 24.

Police tape: cardboard in place Shoreditch intersection after a man was stabbed to death (Sara Giardini)

"His death was a shock to everyone, and he leaves his two children. Zakaria Sharif Ali was an incredible father, son, brother and friend.

"His character and personality made an impression on everyone he met – his true identity, sense of humor and desire to help and support others affected everyone who knew him, once met him or whether you were a close friend.

"This is a fundraiser to help young children and wife Zakaria in the loss of their father and husband. His family & # 39; I have not recovered from this terrible blow.

"The death of the son of injures and draining both mentally and physically for the whole family & # 39; and, and I want to do what I can to reduce the financial burden, so that might be one less thing for them to worry about."

One giver wrote: "I met him twice and I still remember his character. I'm shocked and hurt that my brother, he was killed. I have nothing to say, but just pray for her something & # 39; u. "

As of Monday evening, page lifted a huge £ 10,460 from about 400 fans.

sister of Mr. Sharif Ali, Bushra, said the Standard, he was well-known in the community.

She said: "He was a good man of the community, a good friend, husband and son. It affects everyone around him. He volunteered in Gambia and was religious.

"We had so many friends came to the house, as it happened. He was a good man, he does not deserve this. "

She said that her brother stepped into the fray, adding: "He went out to stop it, is that we know that the police told us. And it's the kind of guy he was. "

Crowdfunding page can be found here.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting CAD 1802 / 24Nov ring or Crimestoppers anonymously via 0800 555111.


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