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Thursday, July 13, 2017

Depressed Ghanaian Footballer Confesses His Shocking Crimes...

The Ghanaian football player who was arrested by police in Italy on suspicion of killing his mum and his 11 year old sister has confessed to the murder.

Solomon Nyantakyi, 21, stabbed the pair to death in their home in Parma on Tuesday and then fled.

He was later arrested by Police in Milan.

Italian football website Football Italia are now reporting that he has confessed the crime to police.

Solomon, a former very promising youth talent for Parma, suffered from depression and had reportedly ‘fallen in with a bad crowd’.

His elder brother, Raymond, returned from work late Tuesday to meet his mum and sibling horribly stabbed to death.

Italian football legend and current manager of Serie A side Bologna, Roberto Donadoni, said he remembered Solomon as a quiet lad during their time together at Parma, when Donadoni was the coach.

“I remember Solomon, he trained with us at Parma and I had him on the bench more than once during Serie A games,” he said.

“I remember he was very calm, even taciturn. If it really was him who did this, I can’t think what went through his mind. He was a midfielder in the Parma youth academy, then I don’t know what path he took after the bankruptcy.”

 from ghanacelebrities


  1. Oh Lord! What is this world turning into?

  2. Nonsense... You killed your own mother? And sibling?

    You should not go unpunished.... And please don't lie on depression or the devil


    @Anonymous Orubebe

    1. Pipu will come and do something bad
      And then blame it on depression

      Wasted Talent deprived family members their right to life

  3. This boy just finished himself and why didn't the coach say something about the boy's depression? Now that he has killed his mum and sister he is now giving info out.

  4. So sad. Depression is really eating deep in the society.

    May their souls rest in peace.

  5. Sure he will definitely get therapist inside prison๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  6. It's high time we take mental health seriously. Africans always down play it. Parents think they can scream, scold their kids minds out of depression or any other mental disorders. Peers , acquaintances , neighbors think they can ridicule and or bully you out of it. Others think they can just knack 5 pigeons on your head and your mind will become sane.

    Overall outlook: Africans are just in denial, that there is something like mental health . Talk about hormonal imbalances, them no get clue or just outright refusal of something like that.

    May God help us out of the dungeons of ignorance.

  7. Who no go no know.
    When I was so depressed this year. I was so broke and you know that belly churning feeling of hunger.... I slept on empty stomach most nights. But I never thought of hurting anyone, even my relatives that throws party up and down... I only thought of killing myself.
    The sniper I bought for insects,...I was tempted to drink it several times but I never did.
    God spoke to me and told me hold on and be strong.


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