Super TV CEO: Chidinma Must Not Die In Custody, Reps Tell Police

Chidinma
  • Contrary to her initial statements that she had stabbed Ataga as a way of self-defense, she now claims she had nothing to do with his death

The House of Representatives has asked the police to ensure that Chidinma Ojukwu, the alleged killer of Super TV’s CEO, Usifo Ataga, does not die in police custody.

Representative Tolulope Sadipe who raised the motion On Tuesday, as a matter of urgent public importance, expressed concerns about the public parade and media trial which she believes Chidinma is being subjected to.

According to Sadipe, she could be driven to depression and eventually suicide.

Her motion follows a recent interview granted by Chidinma over the death of Ataga.

In the interview, the 300 level University of Lagos (UNILAG) student, gave fresh insights into the circumstances surrounding the murder.

Read also: Usifo Ataga Lied A Lot, Got Angry Easily – Chidinma Reveals More Personal Details

Contrary to her initial statements that she had stabbed Ataga as a way of self-defense, she now claims she had nothing to do with his death.

She explained that while they were lodged in the short-let apartment, she briefly stepped out to buy some things only to return to his lifeless body.

Chidinma
Usifo Ataga

“As I was leaving the apartment, he stood up to lock the door. When I came back, I knocked but there was no response. Then I opened the door and realized it wasn’t locked,” she said.

“The duvet was on the floor and pillows. The couch was facing the door and the bed was stained with blood and the floor where he was. Music was on, the TV was on. The room was in disarray like someone broke in.

“Then I saw him on the floor, I didn’t know what to do. I was afraid. I thought if I raised an alarm I would be arrested because we were the only people in the room”.

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