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Greenwich man pleads not guilty to murder, after fatal stabbing in centre of Peckham

A Greenwich man has pleaded not guilty to murder, in connection with the fatal stabbing of Bilal Kargbo in Peckham.

Mr Kargbo, 26, died whilst surrounded by onlookers in Blenheim Grove on April 28, at 3:51pm.

A post-mortem later confirmed he received two stab wounds to his chest and arm.

Mr Kargbo lived in Borough, and was a father of three who worked in a phone shop in Rye Lane.

The defendant, Parish Ofoeme, 23, of Burrage Road in Greenwich, appeared at Inner London Crown Court on Monday. He denied two counts: of murder, of and possession of a bladed article in a public place.

A trial is set to begin At Inner London Crown Court on October 16.

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