Super TV CEO's Murder: Chidinma Had Affairs with Her Foster Father? New Twist Emerges in Court

Super TV CEO's Murder: Chidinma Had Affairs with Her Foster Father? New Twist Emerges in Court

  • There is a new twist to the murder case involving Chidinma Ojukwu, the alleged killer of Usifo Ataga, the SuperTV CEO
  • A witness, DSP Olusegun Bamidele, told the Lagos high court on Tuesday, November 8, that the suspect was having affairs with her foster father, Onoh Ojukwu, before the murder of Ataga
  • DSP Bamidele added that from Onoh's testimony, it was discovered that he was hiding certain facts

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Lagos - There is another claim against Chidinma Ojukwu, the alleged killer of the Chief Executive Officer of SuperTV, Usifo Ataga.

It was alleged at the Lagos state high court on Tuesday, November 8, that Chidinma was having an affair with her foster father, Onoh Ojukwu, before the murder of Ataga, The Nation reports.

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Chidinma, Ataga
Chidinma is facing trial over the murder of SuperTV CEO. (Photo: @PoliceNG)
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This allegation was made during a trial within trial on Tuesday by DSP Olusegun Bamidele when he was called to give evidence to determine if the court should admit the confessional statement made by Chindinma.

Onoh had access to visitors

In his testimony, DSP Bamidele noted that Onoh was not kept in a cell, but in a protected room where he received visitors freely.

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The police officer added in the course of interacting with Chidinma's foster father, it was discovered that the suspect's mother never gave consent for her to live with her father, according to BBC Pidgin report.

Bamidele also pointed out that it was possible Onoh was not sincere and had some secrets to hide.

His words:

“Mr. Ojukwu was not kept in the cell, he was kept in a protective room and he received and saw off visitors at will.

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“In the course of him staying with us, we stumbled on intelligence that there was an amorous relationship between the first defendant and her foster father and that given that Mr Ojukwu was not sincere, that he was aware of the offence that the first defendant is standing trial today, that she was concealing the real information.
“We also established that the mother of the first defendant never approved the custody of the first defendant to Mr. Ojukwu.
“It was on this basis that we charged him to court alongside the three defendants at the Magistrate Court so that the court can decide if he can get bail, including one Babalola.”

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Meanwhile, Chidinma had denied killing Ataga. This was contrary to her earlier claim in one recorded video played at the last court sitting before Justice Yetunde Adesanya of Lagos high court.

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In the new video that was played at the court on Tuesday, October 18, Chidinma dissociated herself from her earlier narration, where she gave details of how she committed the crime.

Chidinma claimed in the new video that she knew nothing about who killed the late Ataga.


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Onyirioha Nnamdi Onyirioha Nnamdi is a graduate of Literature and English Language at the University of Lagos. He is a Politics/Current Affairs Editor who writes on news and political topics for He brings into his reporting a wealth of experience in creative and analytical writing. Nnamdi has a major interest in local and global politics. He has a professional certificate from Reuters and was awarded the editor with the best listicle for 2021. Contact: 08062988054,

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