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Second Suspect Charged in Badri Issa’s Murder Case

In a significant development in the investigation into the tragic murder of Badri Issa, a second man has been charged with his murder. Kevell Blake of Cheetham Hill faces charges of murder and has been remanded into custody. He is set to appear at Tameside Magistrates Court on Wednesday.

The investigation commenced on October 25, 2023, shortly before 20.00, when police responded to reports of a stabbing on Moss Lane East in Moss Side, Manchester. Emergency services rushed to the scene, discovering 22-year-old Badri Issa with life-threatening injuries. Despite efforts to save him, Issa died of his injuries later that evening.

Badri Issa, a recent mechanical engineering graduate, was on the brink of embarking on a promising career. The impact of his tragic death reverberated not only within his family and loved ones but also deeply affected the local community.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Naismith of GMP’s Major Incident Team commented on the recent developments, stating, “Today’s charging of our last remaining suspect marks a significant step towards delivering justice for Badri’s family and loved ones.” Naismith acknowledged the collaboration of the public, Badri’s family, and the Greater Manchester Police in successfully charging the second suspect.

While progress has been made, Naismith stressed that investigative efforts continue. The public is urged to come forward with any information that could aid the ongoing inquiry. Each piece of information, no matter how seemingly insignificant, is crucial in providing answers that Badri’s family seeks.

Information related to the case can be reported to GMP by calling 101 or through the GMP website reporting tool: http://www.gmp.police.uk, quoting log 3210 of 25/10/2023. Alternatively, individuals can share information anonymously through the independent charity Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111.

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