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Charity youth worker, Abdul Samad, murdered on his doorstep for his iPhone 7

A charity youth worker was murdered on his doorstep for his iPhone 7.

Abdul Samad Credit: SWNS

Abdul Samad, 28, was stabbed outside his family home in Little Venice last night and died an hour later in hospital.

The University of Westminster economics graduate worked for charity, the Dragon Hall Trust, based in Covent Garden and Islington, teaching coding and computer skills to children.

He had been working at the charity for two years, teaching after school classes for children from the age of eight.

He would also helped run activity events at schools across the capital to help develop pupils' computer skills.

Nicole Furre, director of the charity, said:

We are making plans about how to manage the children and young people when they hear the news, because he was loved by so many of them.

They are going to be very upset because they had a close relationship with him.

He was great and particularly talented whenever there was an issue with a computer or technology, Abdul would know how to sort it out.

He was really good at working with young people and enjoyed being a youth worker and working and helping them learn. And that's why its such a sad waste.

– Nicole Furre, charity director