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The family of a woman found dead in Salford have paid tribute.

Esther Arogundade, 32, was found dead at a house on Cumbrae Gardens, Weaste, on Tuesday 26 June 2012.

A Home Office post-mortem examination revealed she died as a result of stab wounds.

Her family have paid Esther the following tribute: "We, the family Ogunfuye, are in great shock for the untimely death of our daughter. She was a mother, daughter and a sister to all of us.

"Her death brought sorrow, pain and agony to our family and we are so sad about it.

"We plead with the Government of the United Kingdom to give a rightful and lawful judgement following the death of our daughter.

"We all love you Esther. Rest in peace."

Shola Kabir Adebiyi (17/12/1974) of Cumbrae Gardens, Weaste, has been charged with murder.