Author Topic: Fresh appeal as Manchester party killer still at large  (Read 26 times)

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-61881596?at_medium=RSS&at_campaign=KARANGA


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The families of two men who were shot dead during a party in Manchester have put out a fresh plea to help find the killer.

Abayomi Ajose, 36 and Cheriff Tall, 21, were both shot in the head by a lone gunman in Moss Side on 21 June 2020.

The killer, who struck at the party during the coronavirus lockdown, remains at large


Lola Ajose said her husband's death had affected her and their children "in every way".

Mr Tall's father said he could not bear to "share the country with the killer" while he was still free.

Mrs Ajose said: "Every day is a reminder that he is not here anymore and life is never going to be the same without him,"

Mr Ajose, known as Abi or Junior, was at the party, [size=inherit]attended by hundreds of people including a DJ[/size], looking after a friend, his family said.

His wife continued: "It has affected us not for the good, especially with the children."
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