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Jayde Panayiotou’s memory lives on


Debbie Godfrey helped get the Justice for Jayde INGGS Facebook page off the ground.


FILE: Jayde Panayiotou. Picture: facebook.com

CAPE TOWN – The Justice for Jayde Facebook page founder says they will continue to do charity work in memory of the murdered school teacher who had a passion for helping others.

Christopher Panayiotou has been found guilty of hiring men to murder his wife in April 2015.

The Port Elizabeth businessman and two others will be sentenced on 17 November.

Debbie Godfrey helped get the Justice for Jayde INGGS Facebook page off the ground.

Two years later, the page has almost 25,000 followers.

Godfrey says they’ve been keeping Jayde Panayiotou’s memory alive through acts of kindness.

“On National Braai Day we fed the children at the soup kitchen where she used to do charity work at with the support of the Facebook page. We gave them boerewors rolls with packets of sweets.”

Godfrey has known convicted killer Panayiotou since he was 17-years-old as she was previously married to a relative.

She also got to know his wife during this period.

Godfrey says while they’re satisfied with the guilty verdict, her friend’s death will continue to be a loss for the entire community.


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