Jeffrey Okafor, 24, of East Dulwich, London, is accused of stabbing Carl Beatson-Asiedu to death outside a nightclub in 2009.
The court heard today, how the 19-year-old victim, known as DJ Charmz, had been leaving the Club Life Nightclub in Vauxhall's Goding Street, in London, with a group of friends when a group of men approached them.....
Carl Beatson Asiedu (left) was stabbed to death outside a nightclub by Jeffrey Okafor (right) who then fled to Nigeria on his brother's passport
Sarah Whitehouse QC, prosecuting, told Woolwich Crown Court that three people had been specifically targeted in the attack including Mr Beatson-Asiedu, a Francis Xavier College student who appeared in CBBC spy show MI High.
Peter Lama, also 19, was stabbed in the buttocks by Okafor's friend Abu Mansaray while Jermaine Coker was chased by Junior Ademujimi-Falade but escaped.
Mr Lama managed to return to the club, where bouncers locked the doors and called the police.
Minutes later, Mr Beatson Asiedu was seen staggering along Goding Street before collapsing in the road.
His friends bundled him into the back of a car and rang for an ambulance, but police stopped the speeding vehicle as they struggled to find St Thomas' Hospital.
He was pronounced dead at 5.36am, with a post-mortem examination concluding that he had died from a single stab-wound to his heart.
Ms Whitehouse said: 'Carl Beatson wasn't so fortunate.'
'The prosecution say that Jeffrey Okafor was the person who drew a knife, stabbed him and killed him.'
Okafor, who had no connection with his alleged victim, had been at the club with Ademujimi-Falade and another friend Bolaji Kako-Are.
Ms Whitehouse continued: 'Junior Flade and Bolaji Kako-Are had also attended Francis Xavier College - the same college as Carl Beatson and Peter Lama.
Shortly after the stabbing, Ofakor confessed to his girlfriend before fleeing UK on his brother's passport and remained in Nigeria for five years.
'After the attack, Jeffrey Okafor actually confessed to a girlfriend that he had stabbed Carl Beatson,' Ms Whitehouse said.
The defendant also phoned and asked the woman to put a t-shirt 'into a plastic bag and put it into a bin in the road', the jury heard.
Okafor seemed agitated when he returned home that day and said 'I'm going down' and 'The Feds are going to be on to me', Ms Whitehouse told the court.
'Okafor then fled from the country, travelling to Nigeria using his brother's passport.
'It was not until the end of last year that it was possible for him to be extradited to this country and face his crime.
On August 13 police went to his home address, planning to arrest him and to search the house for any evidence relating to the murder.
Ms Whitehouse said he laid low for a time and then early on August 17 2009 he took a flight from Heathrow Airport to Lagos, using his brother's passport.
He was finally arrested on 23 September last year in Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria, after being on the run and was then extradited to the UK in November.
Today Okafor is finally standing trial, and denies murder as he listened emotionless to the proceedings.
The trial was adjourned until tomorrow morning.