- Chidinma Ojukwu pleaded not guilty of the murder of Super TV, Usifo Ataga, who was recently killed in Lagos
- The 300-tier Mass communication student at the University of Lagos was accused of killing him in an apartment in Lagos
- She and an Aedapo Quadri were tried before Judge Yetunde Adesanya of the Lagos State Supreme Court
Usifo Ataga’s murder took a new turn when the prime suspect pleaded in his death that she was not guilty, reports Channels Television .
Chidinma Ojukwu, a 300-level mass communication student at the University of Lagos, was accused of killing the super TV boss.
< p class = "align-left"> The 22-year-old was indicted along with an Adedapo Quadri, the prime suspect in the murder case.
Both were the one indicted before Judge Yetunde Adesanya by the Lagos State Supreme Court in Tafawa Balewa S quare, added PM News.
Both pleaded not guilty on eight counts of murder , Forgery and theft bordered.
You were also indicted together with Chidinma’s sister Egbuchu Chioma, from whom the deceased Ataga’s iPhone 7 was allegedly recovered.
Chioma, however, pleaded not guilty to the 9th charge of possession of the stolen property.
You are referred to by the Lagos State Prosecutor, Ms. Olayinka Adeyemi , prosecuted.
Super TV CEO: The popular Chidinma video is fake, the police tell the Nigerians
In the meantime, the viral one follows Video trending on social media claiming that Chidinma Ojukwu is the prime suspect in the murder of Usifo Ataga , denied killing Super TV’s chief executive officer, police have put it right.
The Lagos State Police Command responded to the video on Monday December 12th. Juli, dismissed the lawsuit and urged the public not to watch the video. Legit.ng found that Ojukwu said in the video that she did not kill Ataga as she alleged earlier when she was brought before the police. According to the report, Ojukwu, who is in custody, posted an eight-minute video that is well dressed and polished. She retracted everything she said earlier when she claimed to have stabbed Ataga.
Ataga’s family threatens to sue social media users for false reports
Legit.ng had previously reported that Ataga’s wife, Brenda, threatened to sue bloggers who make false claims about her husband, who is from. a suspect was murdered in an apartment in Lagos state.
It was reported that the family’s legal representative, Olusegun Jolaawo, issued a statement admonishing the public to make unverifiable allegations to set up the incident.
The family of the late media chief appealed to the public with useful information about his murder to pass this information on to the police.