Two brothers, Ayodeji and Olatunde Odunyemi, have been acquitted of murder and manslaughter at the Central Criminal Court.
The two men were accused of murder and manslaughter after university student Kabba Kamara was stabbed to death outside Caravaggio in the City of London. A third man, Junior Afolayan, has been found guilty of carrying out the attack and was told by Judge Stephen Kramer QC that he may face a minimum of 25 years in prison. The family of the victim have called for an end to knife crime and for greater education in schools about the dangers of carrying knives.
Ayodeji was represented by Peter Wilcock QC. Olatunde was represented by Bernard Tetlow QC. Both Peter and Bernard are members of the Garden Court Chambers Crime Team and were instructed in this case by Deborah Spence of MK Law.