The suspect is expected to appear at the Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court on Tuesday
A UK citizen of Bangladesh origin has been stabbed to death in the UK.
The incident occurred at Enfield in north London on Sunday.
The deceased identified was as Nahid Ahmed, an Enfield resident. He was pronounced dead at around 12:40am (local time) after police and paramedics were called to Purcell House in Enfield, reports Bangla Tribune.
Police have arrested a 43-year-old man from near the scene in Enfield in connection with the stabbing. He has been charged with murder, confirmed the Metropolitan Police.
The suspect is expected to appear at the Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court on Tuesday.
Speaking to the media, a witness said: "The guy who was killed was a lovely person. He was a very hard-working young man. He was always smart and would be kind and polite towards his neighbours. I think his family members are chauffeurs.
“He was successful and proud of his achievements,” the witness added.
London Police said Detective Chief Inspector Katherine Goodwin, from the Metropolitan Police's Specialist Crime Command, is leading the investigation.
The investigation over the matter is ongoing, they added.
About 20 minutes before the stabbing, police received a call from the 43-year-old suspect, alleging an assault.
Subsequently, police and emergency medical responders arrived at the scene.