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Teen stabbed to death close to where his brother was killed four years ago in London

An 18-year-old, Junior Jah was stabbed to death on Monday, close to the scene where his elder brother died four years ago.

The victims’ cousin said the teenager had lost his brother Ahmed to a fatal stabbing in Canning Town, East London four years ago.

According to The Mirror UK, Ahmed Jah was stabbed to death in 2017, just a few hundred metres away from where Junior, also known as Y.Grinna, was stabbed to death on Coolfin Road shortly before 2.45pm on Monday.

Yvette Goodhew, an auntie from Stratford, told MyLondon : “He was a beautiful quiet boy. He had just turned 18.

“We didn’t see the family often but I remembered he was a good boy.”

Junior-Jah

Emergency services rushed to the scene and fought hard to save him but he sadly died there on the East London street.

Ahmed, also known as Grinna, was 21 when he died on April 3, 2017, after being attacked less than 50 yards from his family home in Canning Town.

Ahmed was on his way to buy a soft drink from the local shop when he was set upon by a gang of men who stabbed him in the chest.

He was eldest of four siblings.

Ahmed-Jah

His father Abubakarr Jah, a rail construction worker, told the Evening Standard at the time: “Young people need to put down their knives and stop the violence. It is destroying families and communities.”

He added: “He was a beautiful, kind boy. He wanted to do something with his life. Now we have lost him. He didn’t deserve for this to happen.”

An uncle said Ahmed’s father had “heard the sirens and saw the helicopter overhead and knew something was wrong,” but didn’t realise it was his son “until the detectives turned up at his door.”

Tributes have been paid to the brothers on social media this evening, and those who knew them have been gathering in the area where Junior was killed.

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