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Jason Nyarko murdered at illegal lockdown SocialNusense rave

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Jason Nyarko Socialnusense

Jason Nyarko, 26, of Lewisham, was fatally stabbed at a SocialNusense rave near Millwall Football Club’s stadium in South Bermondsey. A 16 year old boy has been sentenced to 4 and 1/2 years imprisonment.

SocialNusense was the largest organisation holding illegal lockdown music events in London, and was spearhead by Jolie Fortuna, of 195 Harlesden Road, Brent, NW10 3SD, and Kieran South, of Social-Ability.

The Metropolitan Police arrived at the scene on Stockholm Road just before midnight and despite the efforts of paramedics, Jason was pronounced dead at the scene, and a 16 year old has been taken into custody.

An investigative journalist last year alleged Jason Nyarko’s stabbing was in part due to conflict with Jolie Fortuna.

The Old Bailey heard how the killer lunged at Nyarko with a rainbow knife causing witnesses to scream in horror. Nyarko tried to flee with heavily bleeding but collapsed and died at the scene despite receiving CPR.

His sister described him as the family’s ‘protector’ who had ‘hopes and goals that he wanted to achieve’.

Jessica Nyarko, Mr Nyarko’s sister, said in a statement read out in court: “Words cannot even begin to describe the impact that your actions have had on myself and my family. You have single handedly ripped apart an entire family. You decided to play God and take Jason away from us.

He played a huge role in our family. He was our protector. He had hopes and goals that he wanted to achieve. He will never get the chance to come back to us. I hope it affects you physically, emotionally and mentally.”

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