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Romeo Nkansah: Man charged with Holloway dad’s murder two years after stabbing in Camden

PUBLISHED: 13:14 10 May 2018 | UPDATED: 13:14 10 May 2018

Romeo Nkansah

Romeo Nkansah

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A man is due to appear in court today charged with the murder of a Holloway dad-of-two from in 2016.

Zekeria Jama Quabdid, 29, of no fixed address, is accused of murdering Dutch national Romeo Nkansah, 37, who was found with fatal stab wounds in Camden High Street at 3.45am on May 29 that year.

Police and ambulance service were called and Mr Nkansah was taken to hopsital where he died an hour later.

Mr Nkansah, from Holloway, had been on a night out in Camden Lock before he was fatally stabbed.

His sister, Louise Osei-Tutu, described him as a “loving father of two young boys, who was a very caring and jovial person.”

Quabdid, who is in custody, was due to appear at Westminster Magistrates Court later today.

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