Date: 31 Oct 2001
Place: Golden Square, Soho, London
Nana Osei-Agyapong was shot in his car outside the Kabaret Night Club in Upper John Street, London.
He had been to a private party at the club and at 3am had left to get his silver Renault Megane car to drive his friends home. However, as he went to get his car an argument started outside the club and a man shot him through the window of his car.
Nana Osei-Agyapong managed to drive off but was found 20 minutes later slumped in his car in Golden Square and was taken to University College Hospital where he died 30 minutes later.
He had been shot once in the chest.
At the time he had been wearing a blue and grey jacket, a dark blue t-shirt, blue denim jeans, a black belt that had a metal 'Iceberg' jeans logo on the buckle, white trainers with a thick blue flash on the sides and 'Prada' on the heel in red. He had also been wearing a heavy thick white metal necklace, which had a linked cross with a white stone in the middle of the cross and a thick metal lynx type bracelet.
A 25-year old man was arrested in relation to his murder in 2004 but was released without charge.
Nana Osei-Agyapong was a media student.