We previously reported on how he murdered his estranged wife, Kaliyah Ratliff, 24, as well as his mother-in-law in their home country of America.
He was 34 when he went to his in-laws' house on Long Lake Drive in Douglasville on Sunday, June 6, with a revolver and shot them both to death before turning the pistol on himself.
In a Facebook post before the murder-suicide, Nwamu, who characterised himself as "God fearing," it has been reported that he expressed his thoughts on God.
He said the following on Facebook on June 6, 3:12pm: "Please accept my heartfelt greetings on behalf of all my family and friends. Authenticity has been demonstrated."
Nwamu was reported to have been born in Asaba, Delta state, and to be the son of a former High Chief of the state.
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