Solomon Nyantakyi, a footballer from Ghana has been arrested for the murder of his sister and mother.
Solomon Nyantakyi was arrested in Italy in the early hours of Wednesday for allegedly killing his mother and sister on Tuesday night in the city of Parma.
The 21-year-old midfielder of Imolese Calcio has admitted to have murdered his mother, Patience Nfum, 43, and young sister, Magdalene Nfum, 11, who are all Ghanaians living in Italy.
Ghanaians living around the area where the former Parma U19 midfielder committed exhibited their sorrow by shedding tears for the loss.
Solomon Nyantakyi confessed to the double murder of his mother and sister after he was arrested by the police in Italy on Wednesday morning.
The former Parma midfielder massacred his mother and sister with dozens of stab wounds on Tuesday afternoon in the family home in Via San Leonardo in the city of Parma. Solomon was stopped in the Central Station in Milan early this morning by Police as he stepped off the train from Parma.
After hours of questioning by the cops, the footballer gave in and admitted his responsibility. Now the prosecutor is preparing the firm case against him. The 21-year-old carried out the gristly murder in the house where the whole family – the mother, father, two sons and daughter live.
The father was in London on officials duties when the footballer broke the family bond with the gruesome murder.