A fundraising page has been set up in memory of a Watford man who was killed during a night out in Cambridge last month.
Benyamin Hussain, 18, of Hagden Lane, died after suffering a serious injury in a fight, outside the city’s Grand Arcade entrance in the early hours of November 15.
A fundraising page has been set up in his memory to help Muslim Charity which delivers aid and development programmes to transform the lives of the world’s most vulnerable communities.
A statement on the fundraising page which had raised more than £5,500 within a week, read: “In loving memory of our dear brother Benyamin Hussain who left us so soon. He was the most wonderful person who was loved by everyone.
“So caring, jolly, full of life and always making everyone laugh. He was a loving and compassionate son, brother and friend.
“We all miss him dearly and pray that the journey he has embarked on is easy for him and that he is granted the highest ranks in Jannah without any accountability (Ameen).
“Beny was always looking out for others and was such a selfess and caring person who would always go out of his way to help people and we would like to continue his legacy and help the less fortunate on his behalf, InshaAllah (God Willing).
“Please help us by supporting this project and making lots of du’a for him.”
Tributes from many people were posted on social media.
A colleague of his from Tudor Cars in Chorleywood, Carl McBeth, said: “He was the kindest most genuine, honest, fun loving, polite trustworthy person I have ever known. Have a safe journey mate you will always be on our minds and in our hearts.”
A Facebook post from Tudor Cars on November 19 said: “His sudden passing has affected all of us here at Tudor Cars and we are all very upset by it. We thank you for your understanding during this difficult time.
“We would like to thank all the well-wishers and sympathy cards we have received.”
To donate to Benyamin’s fundraising page visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/SomeoneSpecial/Beny
At the time WatfordNews went to press two men arrested in connection with his death had subsequently been released from custody.
Picture courtesy of The Hussain Family