Oluwafemi Omosuyi, known as Femi, had recently come back from training in Dublin when he was gunned down outside Oliver Goldsmith Primary in Peckham
NEW video has emerged of a semi-pro boxer writhing in agony after he was blasted in the face in a suspected gang shooting in South London.
Oluwafemi Omosuyi, also known as Femi, had just returned from training in Dublin w Footage showed horrified witnesses as they rushed to try and help Omosuyi who was covered in blood.
They could be heard urging the badly injured man to stay awake as they desperately tried to stem the blood pouring from his wounds as he lay on the ground.
Devastated mum Stella Aladetan, 53 said she was "praying” for his swift recovery following the horror attack while he was sitting in his friend’s blue Ford Focus.
hen he was gunned down outside Oliver Goldsmith Primary in Peckham
Stella last saw Femi on Saturday afternoon before he left his home with two friends.
She claims her son was stabbed last year by two lads who had been targeting him for months.
And she believes it was the same group that attacked her son on Saturday.
She added: “These two boys have had issues with my son. They stabbed him last year.
"I want them found and arrested for what they’ve done.”
Promising boxer Femi, who trained at the All Stars Boxing Gym in West London, had just returned from a month long training camp in Dublin.
Stella added: “He loved boxing. He wanted to be professional. He would train twice a week, and every Saturday.
"His coach told him to stay home and out of trouble.”
I want them found and arrested for what they’ve done
In social media posts the gym described him as “explosive” and a “promising heavyweight” star.
It is the latest violent incident on London's streets, with the capital gripped by a terrifying rise in knife and gun crime.
Police imposed emergency stop and search powers in the area as they combed it for evidence.
Both victims were taken to central London hospitals.
Omosuyi remains in a critical condition, while a second victim, a 25-year-old man, suffered non-life-threatening injuries.