Student, 17, stabbed to death outside a KFC was afraid to go to college the day he was murdered

Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani (pictured above) was stabbed to death on Tuesday

Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani (pictured above) was stabbed to death on Tuesday

Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani (pictured above) was stabbed to death on Tuesday

The family of a 17-year-old student who was stabbed to death outside a KFC have said he had been afraid to go to college on the day of his murder.

Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani was attacked by a gang in broad daylight on Tuesday afternoon in Edgware Road, London.

The teenager was repeatedly stabbed in a brawl as customers at the fast-food eatery queued for their meals.

Speaking today, his 19-year-old cousin said Youssef, who had been studying business at the City of Westminster College, might still be alive if he hadn’t gone in that day.

He told the Evening Standard: ‘He told his mum that he didn’t want to go, saying he wasn’t well and hadn’t had much sleep the night before.

‘His mum doesn’t know what to do. She has been crying all day and hasn’t been able to eat or slept since.’

CCTV from a KFC diner showed a fight outside as shocked customers queued for their lunch

CCTV from a KFC diner showed a fight outside as shocked customers queued for their lunch

CCTV from a KFC diner showed a fight outside as shocked customers queued for their lunch

Diners watched as the fight continued on the street outside. Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani later in hospital

Diners watched as the fight continued on the street outside. Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani later in hospital

Diners watched as the fight continued on the street outside. Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani later in hospital

Yousseff had been studying business at the City of Westminster College (pictured above)

Yousseff had been studying business at the City of Westminster College (pictured above)

Yousseff had been studying business at the City of Westminster College (pictured above)

This is while another relative added: ‘He told his mum before he went to college that he felt like he was going to die. She chalked it off as a bad dream and told him it was his last year and he was going to live for a very long time.

‘But he knew how dangerous it was to even go to college.

‘His mother is alive but she is dead on the inside. To raise a boy for 17 years and to have him taken away because people think they are gangsters, it’s just nonsense.’

Videos of the incident have since been published, with Youssef being the 21st teenager to be killed in London this year.

Floral tributes were left close to the KFC Shop in the Edgware Road after the 17-year-old was stabbed to death

Floral tributes were left close to the KFC Shop in the Edgware Road after the 17-year-old was stabbed to death

Floral tributes were left close to the KFC Shop in the Edgware Road after the 17-year-old was stabbed to death

His cousin also added that the teenager had aspired to run his own business one day and described him as an ‘amazing boy’.

He added: ‘We grew up together and he was a sweetheart. He was a mummy’s boy, but he looked after his brother and sister.’

Another friend, who left flowers at the scene in tribute yesterday, claimed that Youssef had protected her from a group just hours before he was attacked.

Other tributes at the scene read: ‘RIP my bro, can’t believe you’re gone, I only saw you yesterday. Prayers for your family.’

LONDON’S MURDERS IN 2019

Where the 105 murders in the capital so far this year have been committed

  • Jan 1: Charlotte Huggins, 32, Camberwell
  • Jan 1: Tudor Simionov, 33, Mayfair
  • Jan 4: Simbiso Aretha Moula, 39, Rainham
  • Jan 6: Sarah Ashraf, 35, Isle of Dogs
  • Jan 7: Jayden Moody, 14, Waltham Forest
  • Jan 11: Asma Begum, 31, Canning Town
  • Jan 27: Kamil Malysz, 34, Acton
  • Jan 29: Nedim Bilgin, 17, Islington
  • Feb 4: Carl Thorpe, 46, Highgate
  • Feb 5: Lejean Richards, 19, Battersea
  • Feb 10: Dennis Anderson, 39, East Dulwich
  • Feb 18: Bright Akinlele, 22, Camden
  • Feb 19: Brian Wieland, 69, Chingford
  • Feb 21: Glendon Spence, 23, Brixton
  • Feb 22: Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck, 19, Wood Green
  • Feb 25: David Lopez-Fernandez, 38, Tower Hamlets
  • Feb 26: Che Morrison, 20, Ilford
  • Mar 1: Jodie Chesney, 17, Harold Hill
  • Mar 2: Elize Linda Stevens, 50, Hendon
  • Mar 2: Jolia Bogdan, 3 months, Croydon
  • Mar 3: Mohamed Elmi, 37
  • Mar 6: Laureline Garcia-Bertaux, 34, Kew
  • Mar 6: David Martinez, 26, Leyton
  • Mar 7: Antoinette Donnegan, 52, Battersea
  • Mar 7: Ayub Hassan, 17, West Kensington
  • Mar 10: Florin Pitic, 20, Queensbury
  • Mar 16: Nathaniel Armstrong, 29, Fulham
  • Mar 22: Abdirashid Mohamoud, 17, Isleworth
  • Mar 24: Ravi Katharkamar, 54, Pinner
  • Mar 27: Ramane Richard Wiggan, 25, West Norwood
  • Mar 28: Zahir Visiter, 25, Regents Park
  • Mar 29: Gavin Garraway, 40, Clapham
  • Apr 1: Calvin Bungisa, 22, Kentish Town
  • Apr 2: Hubert Hall, 60, Walthamstow
  • Apr 7: Annabelle Lancaster, 22, Enfield
  • Apr 8: Noore Bashir Salad, 22, Manor Park
  • Apr 16: Gopinath Kasivisuwanathan, 27, Wembley
  • Apr 17: Steven Brown, 47, Stoke Newington
  • Apr 23: Meshak Williams, 21, Harlesden
  • Apr 26: Mihrican Mustafa, 38, Canning Town
  • Apr 26: Henriett Szucs, 34, Canning Town
  • Apr 26: Amy Parsons, 35, Whitechapel
  • Apr 26: Joshua White, 29, Hackney
  • May 1: Tashaun Aird, 15, Hackney
  • May 5: Constantin Sin, 51, Leytonstone
  • May 5: McCaulay Urugbezi-Edwards, 18, Southwark
  • May 16: Barrington Davis, 54, Lewisham
  • May 23: Vladimir Koudriavtsev, 69, Kensington
  • May 23: Tatiana Koudriavtsev, 68, Kensington
  • May 25: Iderval da Silva, 46, Battersea
  • May 26: Alimal Islam, 23, Tower Hamlets
  • May 28: Ismail Ceesay, 33, Forest Gate
  • May 30: Steven Kennedy, 61, Plaistow Park
  • May 30: Graham Howe, 53, Harrow
  • Jun 1: Baris Kucuk, 33, Haringey
  • Jun 4: Adrian Murphy, 43, Battersea
  • Jun 14: Cheyon Evans, 18, Wandsworth
  • June 14: Eniola Aluko, 19, Plumstead
  • June 15: Gleb Stanislavovitch Zhebrovsky, 34, Tower Hamlets
  • June 15: Giedrius Juskauskas, 42, Stratford
  • Jun 16: Stepan Suslyk, 40, Notting Hill
  • June 18: David Bello-Monerville, 38, Barnet
  • Jun 18: Ionut Manea, 63, Ilford
  • June 21: Edward Simpson, 25, Feltham
  • June 26: Yusuf Mohamed, 18, Uxbridge
  • June 29: Kellymary Fauvrelle, 26, Croydon
  • June 29: Riley Fauvrelle, 5 days, Croydon
  • June 28: Ian Taylor, 54, Lambeth
  • Jun 29: Fuad Habib, 28, Newham
  • Jun 29: Gary Blagrove, 44, Fulham
  • June 30: Amara Toure, 18, Southwark
  • July 3: Tesfa Campbell, 40, Wandsworth
  • July 5: Craig Walters, 32, Wembley
  • July 5: Amanda Gretton, 57, Blackheath
  • Jul 7: Grineo Daka, 27, Leyton
  • Jul 8: Kwasi Mensah-Ababio, 26, Wembley
  • Jul 10: Leo Marcus, 22, Kidbrooke
  • Jul 11: Boluwatife Oyewunmi, 22, Enfield
  • Jul 11: Kye Manning, 19, Croydon
  • Jul 12: Akbar Arezo, 64, Whitton
  • Jul 12: Layla Arezo, 74, Whitton
  • Jul 17: Aron Kato, 28, Ilford
  • Jul 18: Diane Dyer, 61, Beckenham
  • Jul 25: Abdullahi Hassan, 20, South Hampstead
  • Jul 23: Robert Komuro, 41, Hillingdon
  • Jul 26: Liam Dent, 25, Chessington
  • Jul 31: Alciveadis Mauredis, 60, Islington
  • Aug 3: Dorothy Woolmer, 89, Tottenham
  • May 7: Mohammed Shah Subhani, Hounslow
  • Aug 12: Alex Smith, 16, Camden
  • Aug 15: Solomon Small, 18, Lambeth
  • Aug 20: Amrou Greenidge, 18, Fulham
  • Aug 24: Allan Isichei, 69, Southall
  • Aug 26: Santino Angelo, 18, Newham
  • Aug 29: Lee Casey, 39, Brixton
  • Aug 27: Child, 15 months, Putney
  • Aug 29: Laura Rakstelyte, 31, Ilford
  • Aug 30: Perry Jordan, 15, Tottenham
  • Aug 31: Sandra Samuels, 45, Hackney
  • Sep 1: Norman Bertran-Tavarez, 24, Southwark
  • Sep 3: Michael Irving, 15, Stratford
  • Sep 8: Unnamed man, 20s, Lewisham
  • Sep 8: Unnamed woman, 20s, Kentish Town
  • Sep 9: Unnamed man, 20s, Kentish Town
  • Sep 10: Unnamed man, 17, Westminster

Another said: ‘From a teacher who knew your potential, rest in peace.’

No arrests have yet been made and police are still appealing for witnesses.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Partridge, from the Specialist Crime Command, said: ‘We know that lots of people were in the area at the time and may well have seen what unfolded.’

Nickie Aiken, leader of Westminster city council, said: ‘A 17-year-old boy went out in the morning as normal and never came home. We have got to work together to stop families having to bury their young people.’

Police officers pictured on the scene on Tuesday evening after the area was cordoned off

Police officers pictured on the scene on Tuesday evening after the area was cordoned off

Police officers pictured on the scene on Tuesday evening after the area was cordoned off 

 

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