Mr. Kofi Ameyaw Gyamfi's passing has been confirmed by the graduate students association at the University of Cape Coast. The late postgraduate student was being prepared to work at the institution as a full-time lecturer. Kofi Ameyaw Gyamfi earned a position as a teaching assistant for the University as a result of his diligence and hard work.
After news of Kofi Ameyaw Gyamfi's passing spread, University of Cape Coast students and professors were unable to contain their grief.
The exam room was where I last saw him.
I had no idea he worked as a teaching assistant. I almost beat him in poker. He never lost his composure or lost his cool. After I displayed foolish bravery, I understood that I was dealing with a TA. I went up to him to plead, and he said it was okay. One Kyeremeh Edward sobbed on social media, "Such a humble soul gone.
Graduate students from Cape Coast University sent their sympathies to the dead family in a message.
What truly took the life of the young and talented potential educator is unknown, though.
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