Nigerian man stabbed to death while trying to protect his son in the U.K

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A Nigerian dad, 40, was stabbed to death on a busy London street while trying to protect his son.


Michael Olatunde Fadayomi, who has been hailed as a "pillar of the community", was a football coach and a devoted single dad who was popular in the community.


He was knifed after a fight started on the top floor of a busy bus in North West London on Thursday, April 29.

Witnesses said Mr Fadayomi's teenage son - understood to be heading to football training - "had some problems on the bus with someone".


When his father intervened, the confrontation escalated and spilled out onto the pavement.


The son - who has not been named - desperately tried to intervene as his father was repeatedly stabbed before an ambulance arrived. 


Emergency services rushed to the scene shortly after 5pm, but despite the best efforts of paramedics, Mr Fadayomi died.

Police have arrested a 42-year-old man on suspicion of murder. 


The victim has been hailed as a "pillar of the community" who was "in the wrong place at the wrong time".


Vanessa, a neighbour, told MyLondon: "I'm still in shock. A bad word never would come out of his mouth.


"He was always with that little boy - his son - since he was born.


"He died saving his kid. He's a football coach. He was a pillar of the community. It really breaks my heart."

Video footage of the incident going viral on social media shows an argument break out between two men on the top floor of the bus before it spilled out onto the street. 

And Police are calling on people not to share the footage

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