by Akan Ido
The Nigerian student community in Ghana are presently in a pensive mood as one of them, Godwin Ayogu, a 300-level student at the University of Cape Coast, was said to have been murdered.
Reports say Eze, whose parents live around the Ketu area of Lagos, was last seen on Tuesday afternoon before his body was later found by the roadside.
Police in the West African country have, however, promised to fish out the killers of the victim who was said to have been planning a trip to Nigeria to visit his parents before the unfortunate incident.
Read the PM News report below:
Ayogu was studying social sciences in the institution and was last seen on Tuesday afternoon, sources at the university said.
A source quoted a Nigerian student as saying, “We need the Nigerian authorities to interfere and we need security for Nigerian students here.”
The source quoted another student as adding: “It’s sad that a Nigerian is murdered and no one is doing anything about it. With all these things happening, this place isn’t safe.”
The deceased was the first child of his parents.
Friends say he played the drum very well and liked to referred to himself as “the drummer boy”