Nurse admits Kilburn woman's fire murder

Aiah Tondoneh
Image caption Police found Ms Drepaul suffering severe burns at her north London home

A male psychiatric nurse has pleaded guilty to the murder of woman who burnt to death in her north London home.

Aiah Tondoneh, 43, from Claire Court, Shoot Up Hill, Kilburn, north London, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to murdering of Donna Drepaul, 50.

Officers found Ms Drepaul suffering severe burns at her home in Clifton Court, Finsbury Park, on 2 July 2010.

She was taken to the Royal London Hospital where she subsequently died two days later.

A post-mortem examination at St Pancras mortuary gave the cause of death as burns.

Tondoneh will be sentenced at the Old Bailey on 9 May.

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