London fire: At least 30 people were killed in the blaze: 3 of their names have now emerged

The names of some of those who lost their lives in the huge fire at Grenfell Tower in west London have been confirmed.

1- Isaac Shawo

Isaac Shawo

Isaac Shawo, aged five, was described by his mother as a "handsome boy".
He was a student of the Catholic Primary School of St. Francis of Assisi and lived in Grenfell Tower with parents Genet Shawo and Paulos Petakle and brother Luca, who is three years old.
He was reportedly separated from his family in the smoke and the BBC has now learned that he was dead.

2-Khadija Saye

Khadija Saye

The 24-year-old artist and photographer Khadija Saye, featured in the Venice Biennale, lived on the 20th floor of Grenfell Tower with her mother, Mary Mendy.

Labor MP David Lammy confirmed his death by writing on Twitter: "Can you rest in peace Khadija Saye, God bless your beautiful soul My heart is hiding today I mourn the tragic loss of a wonderful young woman" .

He said she was a "talented artist". His wife is his employer and mentor. And she had been filmed for a BBC documentary.

Khadija's work in Venice is based on the Gambian spiritual practices and is presented in the Diaspora Pavilion. She wrote about Facbeook: "It was a real journey, tears, ups and downs, but Mom, I am an artist exhibiting at the Venice Biennale and the blessings are abundant!


3- Mohammed Alhajali

Mohammed Alhajali

The Syrian refugee Mohammed Alhajali, who was 23 years old, came to the United Kingdom in 2014 and studied civil engineering while living in North Kensington.

Syria's campaign of solidarity said: "He has embarked on a dangerous journey to flee war and death in Syria, only to meet him here in the United Kingdom, in his own house."
He had been in an apartment on the 14th floor with his brother Omar, but the pair got lost in their attempt to leave the building.
Mohammed went back to the apartment and tried to call family members in Syria but could not connect to them, so spoke on the phone to a friend in the country for two hours while he was waiting to get in. Be saved.

The brothers had to join the Syrian solidarity campaign Saturday to participate in The Great Get Together, celebrating the life of the murdered MP Jo Cox and marking Refugee Week.
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