Two teenagers have been charged with murdering young father James Amadu in north London.
Mr Amadu died in hospital on Thursday afternoon after he was stabbed in Blossom Lane, Enfield.
Romeo Mapeza, 18, and a 15-year-old boy who cannot be named have both been charged with murder.
Mapeza was also charged with possession of a bladed article. Both suspects are from Enfield.
They will appear in custody at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Monday.
Mr Amadu, 26, was described as the “backbone of his family” who doted on his daughter, Amaiya.
His mother Josephine told the Standard on Friday: “I am heartbroken and devastated. I couldn’t have wanted a better son.”
Mr Amadu’s brother Franklin, 23, added: “James was the backbone of the family. He was my backbone. He put me on the right path, he made me what I am.
“We have just launched a clothing business together. He was so talented and funny, he cared for everyone before himself. He was a great businessman, we were really going places.”