The young man who has been identified as Henry Onyekachi Awom was reportedly murdered by a 45 year old Afghanistan refugee due to an argument that portrays religious intolerance as the attack was premeditated and unprovoked.
This incident occurred on the 8th December in Lisbon Portugal.
According to reports from the CM Lisbon, it indicated that Henry appealed for help from people around the area at that time but no one responded to rescue, till he bleed to death.
In the meantime, his family is calling out everyone around the world to seek justice for their son with the statement;
“We his family needs the help of the entire world to seek for justice and to put a stop to this type of act because we don't know who may be the next victim.”
Mr. Henry Onyekachi Awom was aged 29 years old from Ngwugwo Ibere Ancient Kingdom in Ikwuano LGA in Abia State Nigeria.
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