Sabina Nessa’s sister sheds tears as she reveals her big plan before her death

Sabina Nessa’s sister, Jebina Yasmin Islam, appeared on Good Morning Britain on Monday to speak to hosts Richard Madeley and Ranvir Singh about the tragic death of her late brother

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Sabina Nessa’s sister breaks down as she discusses her life

Sabina Nessa’s sister was in tears on Monday’s Good Morning Britain show as she spoke about the murder of her late sibling.

Hosts Richard Madeley and Ranvir Singh invited Jebina Yasmin Islam to the ITV studio to discuss the news that Sabina’s killer has been jailed for life.

Koci Selamaj, from Eastbourne, East Sussex, pleaded guilty to murdering a 28-year-old primary school teacher during a sexual assault in a park last September.

The killer refused to attend sentencing proceedings in court last week, with Mr Justice Sweeney calling the decision “cowardly” – a video link was provided to him, but he has since declined. deny.

Sabina Nessa’s older sister, Jebina Yasmin Islam, appeared on Good Morning Britain on Monday



He will serve at least 36 years behind bars before being considered for release, but Jebina says she wants him to truly serve life.

Speaking of the huge loss, Jebina explained: “It’s all surreal, it feels like a bad dream we’re all going through.

“It’s just heartbreaking, you would never think that your 28-year-old sister was brutally taken away.

Jebina broke down in tears after Richard Madeley asked her what Sabina was up to with her future



Jebina continued: “If she looks like she’s sick, we can spend some time with her, as a souvenir.

“It has affected us so much, it has affected myself, my sisters, our fear of being on the road alone, and the time of day as well.”

Sabina Nessa was murdered by Koci Selamaj in south east London last September



At the end of the interview, Richard asked Jebina: “Can you tell us, before we wrap this up, can you tell us what your sister has planned for her future? What’s her life going to be like?”

Obviously overcome with emotion, Jebina apologized before breaking into tears as Richard quickly said, “Of course, of course, it’s pretty okay.”

Sabina Project co-founder Kareema Motala, who was sitting next to Jebina, jumped in to answer the question and said, “I think the principal said she had the potential to be a principal one day and indeed did. make and change the lives of young children.”

“She loves teaching?” Richard asked, as Kareema continued: “Sure, and I think that’s really important, I have a five-year-old and even now I’m trying to teach him core values. It’s important. is we have to get in there and get in there early.”

Good Morning Britain airs at 6am weekdays on ITV and ITV Hub.

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