Bervil and Aunt, fifi Selo murdered in their apartment in London. 

The 21-year-old shot dead as he slept in his aunt's flat was killed in a case of mistaken identity during a gangland hit gone wrong, it has been claimed. According to mirror.co.uk
Bervil Ekofo had been staying with his aunt, Anny Ekofo, 52, when five gunmen burst into the flat in East Finchley, north London, and shot them both dead.

Today a source close to the family said the gunmen's intended target feared he was going to be attacked and fled a few days ago.
The sources said: "Whoever shot Bervil, didn't mean to. They were looking for someone else.
"Bervil was just in the wrong place at the wrong time."


A source Speaking outside the flat on a small council estate in the area, his sister Francine said: "He wasn't the target.
"He was asleep - that's what we've been told - so he was shot in his sleep."
It is understood the flat was full of family members, including Anny's husband Jean-Pierre.
The unnamed family friends added: "Bervil was studying psychology at West London university. He was never in trouble - never been arrested.
"He never even got in trouble at school. He was quiet. But he was a good brother. He was my best friend."
Bervil's mother, Maymie Botamba, lost a son and a sister in the tragic shooting.
Paying tribute through tears, she paid tribute to her "perfect" son.

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She said: "Bervil was my son and he was an angel. He had never been in trouble, no fights nothing.
"He was just a perfect boy. I don't understand what is going on.
"He was an artist, he loved his photography and studied media at school.
"He was my friend, my best friend, my everything."
Police were called to the block of flats in Elmshurst Crescent at 6.25am today.

Grieving family members, who gathered outside the flat, gave details of the victims.
Fifi Selo, Anny's cousin, told how she received a phone call from the police at 8am and rushed to the scene from her home in Enfield.
The 38-year-old said: "She was a big, beautiful woman. A mum to everybody.
"You can't even imagine what kind of person she was - she was amazing.
"She brought everybody together. She was everybody's mum.
"We don't know what happened. We just got a call saying they had been shot.
"She came over from Congo in 1991. She has nine kids.
"I didn't expect this to happen. It's crazy.
"We have no idea. The police have said nothing. We think someone and from outside and did this but we really happened 

"Her husband, Jean-Pierre, we think, was in the house at the time but we haven't seen him."
A dozen members of the family congregated outside the council flat this morning.
A murder investigation has been launched and no arrests have yet been made.
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