Alex Melaku was 17 when he, and his accomplices took the life of David Gomoh on a street corner in London in April 2020. Until sentencing took place, his identity was kept secret because he was under 18 and regarded as a minor. Convicted in August, and now an adult, he has been named by Police, along with his address as Bishopdale, Brookside in Telford.
David Gomoh's sister recalls how family were laughed at during six-week trial The mother of an innocent NHS worker who was stabbed to death by a machete-wielding gang in East London has said she is “paralysed by grief”. David Gomoh was stabbed 10 times by four members of an East London gang in a random and unprovoked attack in Newham on April 26 last year.
Four gang members have been handed life sentences after stabbing an NHS worker to death in a random killing. David Gomoh, 24, was on the phone to his girlfriend when he was attacked and bled to death in front of his horrified family after staggering home. The marketing graduate was ‘entirely unsuspecting’ when he was jumped on in Canning Town, London, and in the ‘wrong place at the wrong time’.
The attack, that happened in east London last April, was described as “senseless” 24-year-old David Gomoh stabbed to death in ‘unprovoked attack’ seconds from home in east London Four gang members who stabbed NHS worker David Gomoh have received life sentences for murder. Gomoh was repeatedly stabbed in the street whilst on the phone to his girlfriend before staggering home and bleeding to death in front of his family.
Four men have been jailed for life for the murder of 24-year-old David Gomoh, an east London NHS worker who was left to die when they stabbed him nine times. But the attack in Canning Town was caught on camera on board a passing bus. Mohammad Jalloh, a 19-year-old from Watt Street in Wapping, and 23-year-old Vagnei Colubali from Enfield in north London, must each serve at least 27 years for David’s murder.
Four men who fatally stabbed a NHS worker nine times have been put behind bars. David Gomoh, 24, stagged back to his home address after he was fatally stabbed at least nine times by a group as he walked down Freemasons Road on the phone to his girlfriend on 26 April last year.
Gangsters are jailed for 101 years after chasing and fatally stabbing NHS worker, 24, with Rambo knives and machetes 'for the sake of it' while hunting random victims in east London rivals' territory
David Gomoh, 24, was chased and knifed at least nine times while on the phone He died days before he was due to attend the funeral for his father, Ken Gomoh , Mohammad Jalloh, and found guilty After the killing Ture made 'storyboard' cartoons of the murder, a court heard
Innocent NHS worker died in front of family after gang stabbed him to death in 'brutal' street murder
- who was in the 'wrong place at the wrong time' - bled to death in front of his family Four gang members who stabbed an “entirely unsuspecting” NHS worker in the street in a “brutal murder” have been jailed for life. David Gomoh was repeatedly stabbed on April 26 last year as he spoke to his girlfriend on the phone - having been in the “wrong place at the wrong time”.
David Gomoh was chosen at random by members of the Northside Newham gang, to send a message to their Custom House and Beckton rivals A gang of four men who stabbed an innocent NHS worker to death “for the sake of it” while on a mission to hunt down rival gang members have been locked away for a total of 101 years.
An 18-year-old man from Telford who was part of a gang of four men who fatally stabbed a 24-year-old NHS worker in London last year has been sentenced to a minimum of 21 years in prison. David Gomoh was not involved in any gang but was targeted because he lived in the wrong part of Newham and so was classed as a ‘rival’.
David Gomoh was on the phone to his girlfriend when he was targeted at random in a ride out stabbing Four members of an “evil” East London gang who stabbed a “wholly innocent” NHS worker to death in a random and unprovoked attack have been jailed.
David Gomoh was in the wrong place at the wrong time when he was stabbed in the street, a court heard. Four gang members who stabbed an “entirely unsuspecting” NHS worker in the street in a “brutal murder” have been jailed for life. David Gomoh was repeatedly stabbed on April 26 last year as he spoke to his girlfriend on the phone, having been in the “wrong place at the wrong time”.
A teenage Telford murderer will spend at least 21 years behind bars after being jailed for the murder of NHS worker David Gomoh. Alex Melaku was one of four ang members found guilty of stabbing 24-year-old Mr Gomoh to death on a London street on April 26 last year.
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Cambridge man Vagnei Colubali jailed with fellow gang members for brutal murder of innocent NHS worker
A Cambridge man and three other gang members have been jailed for the brutal killing of an innocent young NHS worker. David Gomoh, 24, was stabbed to death as part of a “meaningless feud” that sparked a “petty but fatal game of one-upmanship” played out on the streets of London, the Old Bailey heard.