Ghanaian footballer kills mother and sister in Italy

Solomon Nyantakyi has been arrested for killing his mother and 11 year old sister

Solomon Nyantakyi, 21, admitted to having murdered his 43-year-old mother Nfum Patience and his 11-year-old sister, Magdalene, after he was picked up by the Police trying to escape the crime.

He disappeared immediately after the incident and was untraceable by phone moments after the double murder, the chief suspect said. One of the two brothers Raymond Nyantakyi, 25, gave the alarm after Solomon’s phone could not be reached.

The boy was tracked down and stopped at the Central Railway Station 21,by the police in Milan for the double murder in Parma, he was suspected right away.

According to Police investigation, both Mother and daughter were killed by knifes. The former promise of Parma FC and a family member of the deceased persons, admitted the killing of both mother and daughter.

The tragedy occurred in an apartment on the sixth and last floor of a building near Parma station, in the multiethnic district of San Leonardo. The woman, Patience Nfum, originally from Ghana, was 43 years old. She had arrived in Italy many years ago, where her eleven-year-old daughter was born, who had just finished the first medium.

Nyantakyi the father of the family was in pain after he arrived in Parma at the police station. The husband of the murdered woman and daughter had moved to London due to work for about a month and a half, having been an employee for 15 years in a company of gastronomic products at Parma. He decided to try his luck in the British capital and had it not been the sad incident, his desire was to transfer the whole family to England.


Source: Ghanaweb