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Friday, 21 March 2014

BY:FLORA LYIMO~BREAKING NEWS~ WATANZANIA MNAOZIVAAMIA HIZI KAZI ZA CARE WORKER NA KUDAI ZINA LIPA'NI (HATARIII) JE HUYO MAMA ALIE CHOMWA VISU JANA NA KUFA IN TOTTENHAM NORTH LONDON NI MTANZANIA MWENZETU? POLICE WATOA PICHA YAKE YA KWANZA ITIZAME NA KUSOMA HABARI YOTE HAPA'' SO SAD!!

A man has today been charged with the murder of a health worker who was stabbed to death in the street, as police probe whether the alleged attack was a patient of the victim.
Mother-of-two Naudel Turner, 42, was stabbed in the neck in front of horrified onlookers after arguing with a man in Tottenham, north London, yesterday lunchtime.
Scotland Yard said that Dariusz Miakienko, 46, of Lordship Lane, Tottenham, has been charged with murder.
He will appear in custody at Highbury Corner Magistrates' court tomorrow.
Witnesses who filmed the alleged attack have been asked to come forward by police.
Mrs Turner, was pronounced dead at hospital after she was stabbed at least four times in the neck.
It is believed Mrs Turner was returning home from her job as a health care worker in the area when the alleged attack happened.
Miakienko, 46, was arrested at the scene, which was later cordoned off while forensics officers combed the street for evidence.
Police say Mrs Turner was a 'hard-working' mother of two boys, aged 19 and 20, from Fulham, who traveled to Tottenham to work.
Detective Chief Inspector Noel MucHugh said: 'Mrs Turner was a hard-working mother of two boys. 
'At this early stage we believe she may have known her attacker and we are appealing for anyone with information about the incident to come forward and help with the investigation.
'I need to hear from anyone who was in the Bruce Grove area shortly before one o'clock on Wednesday, 19 March, and who may have witnessed the incident.
'I would like to directly appeal to anyone who may have captured images or footage before and after the incident to contact us immediately.
'In particular we would like to speak to a black male who was wearing a white tracksuit top who witnesses saw taking images at the scene.
'He is not a suspect but we urge him to get in touch with us as soon as possible.
'I would appeal to him or anyone else to contact us with the footage or images they took as a matter of urgency and not to upload them on the internet or share them with friends as it may harm our investigation.'
Those working nearby said the attacker allegedly lay the knife on Ms Turner's chest after the stabbing and made no attempt to flee.
A police forensic team at Bruce Grove in north London, where a 42-year-old mother-of-two Naudel Turner was stabbed to death. Dariusz Miakienko, 46, of Lordship Lane, Tottenham, has been charged with murder
A police forensic team at Bruce Grove in north London, where a 42-year-old mother-of-two Naudel Turner was stabbed to death. Dariusz Miakienko, 46, of Lordship Lane, Tottenham, has been charged with murder'
A witness, who asked not to be named, claimed he was the final person the victim saw before she died as she lay covered in blood with a kitchen knife on her chest.
He said: 'I heard the screaming so I went over to see what was happening. I saw the woman lying on her back with neck wounds.
'There was blood everywhere. There was a man stood a few feet away from her against the railings. I asked him if he was okay, but he didn't answer.
'I looked at her and she was still breathing. A kitchen knife was laying on her chest. It wasn't embedded, it had just been placed there.
'The man stood there and rolled a cigarette.'
Describing her final moments, he added: 'I was learning over her and she was looking down, then she looked up at me, she took a breath, and shut her eyes. I was the last person she saw.'
Neighbours of Mrs Turner, 42, said her family are 'shell shocked' at her death.
And they paid tribute to the mum-of-two, a regular churchgoer, describing her as an 'angel' who has gone 'straight to heaven'.
A neighbour living near Mrs Turner's home in Fulham, west London, said: 'She is just one of the best people you could meet.
'She just loved her family to pieces. She worked hard and doted on her boys.

'She is just one of the best people you could meet. She just loved her family to pieces. She worked hard and doted on her boys... This couldn't have happened to a nicer person'
- A neighbour pays tribute to Mrs Turner
'She was taken away from us too early. You couldn't find a nicer person.
'I think it's important that people know that this was an exemplary woman who doted on her family.
'She was hardworking, had an ear for everybody, loved her home and her family.
'This couldn't have happened to a nicer person.
'She was big hearted, my mum does a charity run every year and she always sponsors her. That's the kind of person she was.'
The woman said Mrs Turner's husband Bill broke the tragic news of her death to them last night.
Asked how Mrs Turner's husband Bill is doing, she said: 'He is shell shocked. It is just so raw. It's just a massive shock.'
Today Mr Turner answered the door at the brown-brick end of terrace house, but he was too upset to talk.
Moments later a florist delivery man delivered a bouquet of white lilies.
Witnesses said they believe Mrs Turner knew her attacker, who did not attempt to flee the scene
Her mother, who also declined to be named, said: 'She was one of the best. They are a really lovely family. She was quiet and a really lovely human being.
'She would do anything for anybody. She was a very dedicated person. She always had a smile on her face. She was a dedicated mum.
'She has gone straight to heaven, she is an angel - a through and through angel. I feel robbed.'
The neighbour said Mrs Turner's husband Bill is in pieces.
She said: 'I saw him briefly this morning. It's like a nightmare to me, it is like a nightmare that you don't want to wake up from. Its hard enough for him - for anybody.'
Colleagues of the murdered health worker have described her as one of the 'most professional and caring nurses.'
GP Dr Fariba Azarian, who worked with the victim at Castleview surgery in Lordship Lane, Tottenham, said: 'She was an absolutely lovely, lovely lady. One of the most professional and caring people that I have seen.
'She was somebody who would go out of her way to help people and patients. She was very, very kind. We are just shocked and distraught by it.'
A post-mortem examination will be held at Haringey Mortuary today, when an inquest will open and adjourn
A post-mortem examination will be held at Haringey Mortuary today, when an inquest will open and adjourn'
Yvonne Brown, who left flowers at the scene yesterday, said: 'She was my nurse and she was a very lovely woman.
'She gave me some injections before I went on holiday. I think she was married with two sons. It's awful.
One of the floral tributes left at the scene read: 'As a mother I feel so sad for what happened and feel for your family and mother. Rest in peace.'
Police think witnesses may have filmed the attack, which happened in Bruce Grove, on their mobile phones and are urging anyone with information to come forward.
Detective Chief Inspector MucHugh, who is leading the murder inquiry, added: 'I need to hear from anyone who was in the Bruce Grove area shortly before 1pm and who may have witnessed the incident.
'I would like to directly appeal to anyone who may have captured images or footage before and after the incident to contact us immediately.
Forensic officers investigate after the 42-year-old woman was stabbed in broad daylight
Forensic officers investigate after the 42-year-old woman was stabbed in broad daylight
'In particular we would like to speak to a black male who was wearing a white tracksuit top who witnesses saw taking images at the scene.
'He is not a suspect, but we urge him to get in touch with us as soon as possible.
'I would appeal to him or anyone else to contact us with the footage or images they took as a matter of urgency and not to upload them on the internet or share them with friends as it may harm our investigation.'
A post-mortem examination will be held at Haringey Mortuary today, when an inquest will open and adjourn.
Local MP David Lammy condemned the 'horrendous' attack and said he was 'glad' a 46-year-old man was in custody on suspicion of murder.
Mr Lammy tweeted: 'Spoke to Haringey police re stabbing earlier. A horrendous attack in broad daylight. Glad that the suspect is in custody.'
He added: 'Thanks to paramedics and hospital staff for their efforts.'
Anyone with footage, images or information should call the incident room on 020 8785 8099 or, to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
FLORA LYIMO :SAY>Mungu wangu ''I always think hizi kazi za care ni za hatari sana na pia zahitaji moyo sana,maana unakwenda ku mtake care taira ambae hata akikupiga au kukufanyia mivituko ya kila aina huruhusiwi kumjibu wala kumrudishia'na vile vile wale wakuwaangalia kina bibi na babau (wazee)na kuwapanguza mavi na mengine mengi ''yani IM SO PROUD OF THEM'' EVERYONE WHO CAN DO HIZI KAZI ''NI PESA POWA LAKINI YAHITAJI MOYO SANA'' NA MADHARA YAKE NI KAMA HAYA'' R.I.P. MAMA WAWILI''
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