Three men are expected to appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates` Court today, following the murder of a 23-year-old student, Jemal Ebrahim.
The young man was found with grave knife injuries in Russell Road, Tottenham, in the late hours of 13 May. Jemal was taken to the hospital but died later after sustaining a serious knife injury on the leg.
The investigations made by the detectives revealed that a group of men carrying large knives pursued Jemal Ebrahim and attacked him in an alleyway.
Three men, including Tyreese Annon, aged 19, from Camden, Abul Gaffer aged 24, from Hackney, and Mizuki Brown, 24, from Islington, were all charged with the murder by the Metropolitan Police on Monday night.
The six other men who were taken to custody in connection to the murder case are still on bail.
After finishing a one year course learning Chinese, the young man had recently begun his studies at the Zhengzhou University School of Business.
Jemal`s young sister Nema Ebrahim paid tribute to her brother describing him as “one of a kind” and “a pure-hearted spiritual soul, who was friendly to anyone he meets.”
His mother, Ms Ebrahim, added: “Not a lot knew that he could fluently speak the language but as a family we did and he would always make us laugh when doing so.
“Jay had big dreams and ambitions to build a whole life outside the city and was not involved in any drama, he just wanted a peaceful loving life.
“He was an innocent soul forever laughing and making sure that the ones around him were doing well. We’re heartbroken as a family and we will have closure once justice is served.”
The bereaved family is being supported by specially trained officers.