Super TV CEO: Dismiss Trending Chidinma Video, It’s Fake, Police Tell Nigerians


Following the viral video trending on social media claiming that Chidinma Ojukwu, the prime suspect in the murder of Usifo Ataga, denied killing the chief executive officer of Super TV, the police have set the record straight.

PM News reports that the Lagos state police command while reacting to the video on Monday, July 12, dismissed the claim, urging the general public to disregard the video.

According to the report, Ojukwu, who is in detention released an eight-minute video, well dressed and polished, as she recanted all she said earlier when she alleged she stabbed Ataga to death.

The Nation also reports that she added that he ordered roofies and that they both took them and ate food, which made him to become high.

It was gathered that Ojukwu in the video said she did not kill Ataga as she earlier claimed when she was paraded by the police.

Ojukwu had said:

“I was still not happy with the first one that we had, so, I was staying on my own, smoking and drinking. He, too, was on his own.”
But in the new viral video released, Ojukwu said Ataga was already killed before she got to the apartment and that she met him dead and did not know who killed him.

She said:

“I never had anything to do with his death, I don’t know who might have come into the apartment, definitely, somebody did that, but I don’t know who that person is, I don’t what happened when I left to buy the food, I don’t know.”

Reacting to the video, the spokesperson of Lagos state police command, Muyiwa Adejobi, said the interview was an old one and should be dismissed.

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