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Latest Investigations reveal how Chidinma Ojukwu booked an apartment with a fake name to kill the CEO of Super TV




The murderer of Super TV CEO, Chidinma Ojukwu has been accused of booking the apartment in which she killed the Super TV CEO with a fake name.

A preliminary police report on the alleged murder of the Chief Executive Officer of Super TV, Uwaifo Osifo Ataga, indicates that Chidinma Adaora Ojukwu, the 21-year old UNILAG student who is the prime suspect in the case, booked the short-let apartment in Lekki where the incident happened using a fake name given as Jewel.



The in-depth investigations also highlight how she also gave a wrong phone number that wasnt able to be reached after the Super TV’s CEO body was found in one of the room’s of the apartment.

The incident was said to have been reported to the police by the operator of the facility, Mrs Nkechi Mogbo.

Below is the report from the police on the latest investigations.

Mogbo reported that around 3pm of June 16, 2021, she received a call from her security guard on Adebowale Oshin Street, Lekki Phase I where she has one flat being used as a short let apartment.

She further stated that the security man informed her that one Jewel with a foreign phone number who rented the apartment invited one Usifo Ataga to the apartment yesterday (June 15) and that about  1pm of June 16 when the cleaner wanted to clean the room, he discovered that the door had been broken.

When she (the cleaner) peeped into the room, she discovered that the said Ataga was lying in a pool of blood. All calls put across to the said Jewel to come back to the apartment proved abortive.



Recall that Chidinma Ojukwu was arrested on June 23, 2021, at her Yaba residence and was later paraded before newsmen on June 24.

During her meet up with the media, she confessed to killing the CEO of SUPER TV by stabbing him several times.






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