According to police sources, the body was discovered at 9:00 p.m. on Friday in OLA, a Cape Coast suburb.
The magnitude of the loss of this brilliant and promising young student, according to CCTU, is impossible to fathom and explain.
The University’s administration has urged the Ghana Police Service to act quickly on its investigation and bring the perpetrators of this heinous crime to justice.
“In the meanwhile, Management would like to reassure students, parents, guardians, and the general public that the University’s security remains solid.”
“Management wishes to express its sincere and heartfelt sympathies to her family, friends, and loved ones on behalf of the University,” a statement said.
Meanwhile, the authorities have arrested and charged the dead student’s boyfriend.
As a result, Nicholas Ato Taylor was remanded in police custody on Monday, with a court date of May 31.