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Two UK-Based Nigerians Murdered Man To Steal His Fake Rolex Watches

Temidayo Awe, a third-year undergraduate student at Coventry University, and three other people planned to drug and rob Murray because of the false Rolex watches he had been seen wearing on Instagram. Murray was slain in a honeytrap robbery as a result.

Temidayo Awe and Ikem Affia, two Nigerians, were convicted of manslaughter for their roles in the killing of Saul Murray in Luton, United Kingdom.

Awe, a third-year undergraduate student at Coventry University and one of the Nigerians detained, was responsible for the death of a father of six because of his expensive watches.

After Awe and three other people plotted to drug and steal Murray because of the false Rolex watches he had been photographed sporting on Instagram, Murray was slain in a honeytrap heist.

She was seen leaving Murray’s apartment on surveillance footage after he had been there with two other people, one of whom, Ikem Affia, was brandishing a knife. Murray was stabbed to death.

After examining hours of CCTV evidence, detectives looking into the murder concluded that Affia was the primary suspect. Murray was killed. Cleon Brown and Surpreet Dhillon, two other people, were detained and punished for their participation in the murder.

 The plot to commit robbery was a “senseless” one, Judge Michael Simon remarked during the sentencing hearing at Luton Crown Court.

Ikem Affia, 31, of Shore Place, London, was sentenced to life in prison for murder and must spend at least 25 years as a result of the trial. In addition, he received a concurrent 14-year sentence for conspiring to commit robbery. The other three received the following sentences.

 Cleon Brown, 29, of King Edwards Road in South Hackney, received a total of 11 years in prison after being found guilty of homicide and a conspiracy to commit robbery.

 “Surpreet Dhillon, 36, of Carnarvon Road, London was sentenced to 10 years for manslaughter and 10 years for conspiracy to commit robbery to run concurrently; a total of 10 years.

“Temidayo Awe, 21, of Saunders Street, Gillingham was sentenced to seven years for manslaughter and six years for conspiracy to commit robbery to run concurrently; a total of seven years.”

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