Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Nigerian Man, Oluwafemi Omosuyi 22, Who Had ‘Half His Face Blown Off’ In Peckham London Shooting (Photos)

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A 22-year-old, Nigerian boxer's face was blown off after he was blasted with a shotgun just yards from his mum's front door in London is fighting for his life after having 'half his face blown off' in a shooting, has today been named as semi-professional boxer Oluwafemi Omosuyi. Mr Omosuyi, known as Femi, had recently come back from training in Dublin when he was gunned down outside Oliver Goldsmith Primary in Peckham, south London.

He was blasted with a shotgun in the upper body and received pellet wounds to the face just before 8pm on Wodehouse Avenue, sparking an armed police response. Horrifying footage emerged online purportedly showing the aftermath of the double shooting. In the gruesome video, crowds of onlookers hover over a man, believed to be Mr Omosuyi with blood gushing from his face.
The red helicopter landed on basketball courts at the school to rush the victims to hospital

He was taken to hospital with life-changing injuries and remains in critical, but stable, condition. A second victim, 25, received superficial injuries in the gangland attack. Mr Omosuyi, 22, boxed for All Stars Boxing Gym, west London, and is a prospect 'heavyweight', according to his club. But the shooting may have an impact on his career. His mother, Stella Aladetam, 53, revealed her son has had emergency surgery and pleaded for witnesses to come forward so Mr Omosuyi's attackers can be brought to justice.
Police set up a cordon at the scene of the shooting in Peckham at around 8pm tonight

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Police confirmed a man was found with gunshot injuries and has been rushed to hospital. Another man was also found injured nearby

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