Nigeria Man In USA Kills His Wife, Mother-in-law And Himself

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Nigerian man, Prince Udoamaka Nwamu killed his estranged wife, Kaliyah Ratliff, 24 and his mother-in-law, Nikita Green, 46, before taking his own life in Georgia. The 34-year-old Nwamu, of East Point, Fulton County, took a handgun to his in-laws’ home on Long Lake Drive in Douglasville on Sunday, June 6 and shot them dead before turning the gun on himself.

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