Ghanaian lady, 31, stabbed to death in South London

The Metropolitan Police has reported that a 31-year-old Ghanaian lady was fatally stabbed in south London in the United Kingdom (UK).

On Monday, May 1, in the late afternoon, Johanita Kossiwa Dogbey was slain on Stockwell Park Walk in Brixton.

The deceased was the founder of the Odette Foundation, a nonprofit organization that assisted sickle cell patients in Ghana and Togo.

Multiple sources say Ms. Dogbey after purchasing a gift for her mother’s birthday.was on the phone with her grandmother as she drove ho

She was a few meters from her house when a man by the name of Mohamed Nur attacked her from behind.

Despite receiving medical attention, Ms. Dogbey was declared dead at the site.

According to Ms. Dogbey’s relatives, she is a “smart, dedicated and loving” woman who “hasn’t got one bad bone in her body”.

The defendant “has appeared in court charged with the murder as well as offenses related to other alleged stabbing attacks,” according to the BBC.

“Mr. Nur, 33, is also charged with possessing an offensive weapon and causing serious bodily harm to three people last Saturday,” reads the accusation.

According to the Metropolitan Police, three people were slashed in Brixton over the course of an hour: two women and a man on Town Hall Parade, Brixton Road, and Acre Lane.

Mr. Nur, of Bond Way in Vauxhall, made an appearance at Croydon Magistrates’ Court on Friday.

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