Wayne a Decent person, hard working, had his face Punched, is Recovering, and the people Donate and Show Respect; the entire Community came out and gave Wayne their Total Support, well Done?

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Fundraiser set up for shop manager ‘violently’ injured in incident before George Nkencho shooting

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Fundraiser set up for shop manager ‘violently’ injured in incident before George Nkencho shooting

A fundraiser has been set up to help a shop manager who was injured in an incident before the George Nkencho shooting this week.a car parked on the side of a building© Provided by Extra.ie

The GoFundMe page was established to support the manager of the EuroSpar in Hartstown, who is named Wayne.

Tracie Askin asked members of the public to donate to reach the €7,000 target to support Wayne following an incident at the shop.a car parked on a city street: A fundraiser has been set up to help a shop manager who was injured in an incident before the George Nkencho shooting this week. Pic: Google Street View© Provided by Extra.ie A fundraiser has been set up to help a shop manager who was injured in an incident before the George Nkencho shooting this week. Pic: Google Street View

She wrote on the page: ‘Wayne is a manager from our local Eurospar. He is one of the nicest people you could meet. He was violently attacked while in work.

‘This page has been set up to support Wayne in his recovery and to let him know the whole of Blanchardstown and beyond are behind him.’

Since the page was established donations came in thick and fast and it has already surpassed the goal amount.a close up of a man: The EuroSpar is understood to have been the location of an incident which happened before George Nkencho was shot by Gardai on Wednesday.

© Provided by Extra.ie The EuroSpar is understood to have been the location of an incident which happened before George Nkencho was shot by Gardai on Wednesday.

The EuroSpar is understood to have been the location of an incident which happened before George Nkencho was shot by Gardai on Wednesday.

Mr Nkencho, 27, died after he was shot by Gardai during an incident outside his home in Clonee, west Dublin.

A GSOC investigation is currently underway, while members of the public and public representatives have raised questions about the shooting.

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