Sabina Nessa’s killer is among 11 Albanian murderers who are earmarked for removal from Britain. 

Rishi Sunak and Albanian premier Edi Rama reached a deal to allow Albanian convicts jailed here finish their sentences back home, the Sun reports

Koci Selamaj, 36, who murdered primary school teacher Ms Nessa in Greenwich is said to be among the first to go. 

On September 17, 2021, he travelled to London from the south coast of England to carry out the premeditated attack on a random woman. 

The garage worker targeted 28-year-old Ms Nessa as she walked through Cator Park in Kidbrooke to meet a friend at 8.34pm. 

News Shopper: Sabina Nessa was murdered while walking through a park in Kidbrooke on her way to the pubSabina Nessa was murdered while walking through a park in Kidbrooke on her way to the pub (Image: Metropolitan Police)

CCTV footage captured the moment Selamaj ran up behind her and hit her over the head 34 times with a 2ft-long metal traffic triangle. 

He carried her unconscious body up a grassy bank and out of view. 

He then pulled up her clothes, removed her tights and underwear, and strangled her before covering her body in grass. 

Ms Nessa, who taught a year one class at Rushey Green Primary School in Catford, was found nearly 24 hours later near a community centre in the park. 

The evil sex offender was branded a croward by Ms Nessa’s family as he refused to come to court to be sentenced for her murder. 

Selamaj is now serving a life sentence with a minimum of 36 years. 

News Shopper: Koci Selamaj being chargedKoci Selamaj being charged (Image: Metropolitan Police)

Deportation flights to Albania have increased since the UK signed a co-operation agreement with the UK in December. 

According to the Home Office more than 1,000 people have been returned to Albania since then, half of them voluntary and the rest a combination of failed asylum seekers and offenders. 

A source from Albania’s prison service told the Sun: ““The UK team visited all our prisons in Peqin, Lezhe, Fushe Kruje and Drenova in the city of Korca. They had a clear order from their minister in the UK to help us without delay. They will help us modernise prison management and improve security and logistics.”