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Romford man charged with 2010 Poplar murder

07:39 22 May 2014

Isschan Nicholls died in 2010

Isschan Nicholls died in 2010

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A Romford man has been charged with the 2010 murder of a teenager.

Mully Tambwe, 22, was charged yesterday with the murder of Isschan Nicholls.

Two men from the Bow area, 24-year-old Simeon Hunter and Joel Ofori, 22, were also charged.

Isschan was 18 when he died from stab wounds to his abdomen and thigh after a fight in Poplar on January 13, 2010.

The trio were remanded to appear at the Old Bailey tomorrow.

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