Christopher Nzeh, 18, who stabbed Michael Adegbite, 28, an aspiring model in the heart as he attempted to steal the £1,000 Apple MacBook laptop he was trying to sell to them on a street in Enfield, north London on July 19, 2015, was last week, jailed for 21 years and six months.
Nzeh pulled out a hunting knife and stabbed the personal trainer, who also worked as a teaching assistant, through the heart, leaving him to bleed to death in the street. Montel Ajayi, 19, Isaac Owen-Brady, 18 and Nzeh, all admitted to planning to rob Adegbite.
Victim, Michael Adegbite, top, and killer Christopher Nzeh, far left, and robbers Isaac Owen-Brady and Montel Ajayi. Ajayi, who the jury found did not know a knife was going to be taken to the scene, was jailed for 5 years for robbery and Owen-Brady was handed a 12-year sentence for robbery, possession of a knife and a similar robbery on a 16-year-old.