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DANIEL ANJORIN FAMILY THANK PUBLIC FOR DONATIONS TOWARDS A NEW HOME

DANIEL ANJORIN FAMILY THANK PUBLIC FOR DONATIONS TOWARDS A NEW HOME
People

DANIEL ANJORIN FAMILY THANK PUBLIC FOR DONATIONS TOWARDS A NEW HOME

DANIEL ANJORIN FAMILY THANK PUBLIC FOR DONATIONS TOWARDS A NEW HOME

Daniel was attacked on April 30 while walking to school near his home in Hainault, north-east London. The brutal incident has devastated his family and stunned the community.

"In the wake of our son Daniel's tragic death we wish to thank you for your support which has been a source of comfort and strength to our family," the family said, adding: "We deeply appreciate your generous donation." The family plans to use the funds to move to a new home, offering a fresh start and a peaceful place for Daniel's brothers and sisters to cope with their loss. "A new home will give us a place of solace," the family said, highlighting the importance of having a stable and secure environment to heal.

Daniel's death has sparked a wave of support from the community, with many rallying around the Anjorins through memorials to honor his memory and call for safer streets. As the investigation into the attack continues, the family's main focus is on creating a nurturing space for Daniel's siblings.

Local leaders have also spoken out, calling for increased safety measures and more support for families affected by violent crime. The incident has reignited conversations about youth violence and the measures needed to protect vulnerable young people in the community.

The overwhelming public support has not only provided financial help but has also shown the family that they are not alone in their grief. The tragic loss of Daniel Anjorin has deeply affected the Hainault community, and proving the urgent need to prevent such senseless violence. Amid their loss, the Anjorin family has found strength in the solidarity and compassion of friends, neighbors, and strangers.

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