Exclusive VIDEO: ‘He’s gone mum’, were the words my daughter said to let me know my son had died, stabbed to death on the streets. I screamed to the skies his name.

Peggy and her youngest son Lucas

Peggy Kato should have been celebrating her son’s twenty fourth birthday in two days time. Yet Champion Ghanda was brutally stabbed eleven times on the streets of Forest Gate when he was just seventeen years old. Peggy was not even allowed to lay flowers on the spot where her son had been murdered.

Now the Harold Hill resident has set up a charity called ‘All Champion’s Charity to bring peace, where there is turmoil and love where there is hate.

This amazing lady battles everyday with the hole left in her heart following her son’s death but finds peace by helping others.

In this exclusive video, Peggy shares with the Havering Daily the horrifying moment she heard that her son was stabbed and how her life has changed as a result.

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