Mongrel Mob members gather to perform haka for Christchurch stabbing victim

Video has emerged of Mongrel Mob members assembling to perform a gripping haka, in memoriam of one of its members.

NZME reports that Ngao "Koke Dogg" Kokaua, in his 40s, was involved in an altercation at a Wainui St property in the Christchurch suburb of Riccarton, just before 9pm on Saturday.

Police said he suffered stab wounds and was found on Clarence St a short time later, before he died.

Footage posted to Facebook shows mobsters paying their respects at his funeral in Hastings, performing an emotional haka around his casket.

"RIP koke!! Our Hastings brother, sending aroha 2 da whanau [sic]," one commenter said.

"Fly high wit da mightys kekedog [sic] Hastings," another wrote.

A 31-year-old man was charged with murder in connection to the death, and a 38-year-old man with assault.

The accused appeared in the Christchurch District Court on Monday, and were remanded in custody.


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