Super TV CEO: Why Police Released Chidinma’s Father – Lagos Police Boss

The father of a 21-year-old University of Lagos student accused of fatally stabbing Super TV’s Chief Executive Officer, Usifo Ataga, has been released by the Lagos State Police Command.

The Newzandar was informed by the Police Boss that the suspect’s father and one Nkechi Mogbo have been released on bail.

Mogbo had been in police detention until Chidinma’s arrest after an inquiry revealed that she run the service flat where the University of Lagos undergraduate reportedly killed Ataga.

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The suspect confessed to the murder while being displayed at the command headquarters in Ikeja on Thursday.

Odumosu told The Newzandar on Friday that, while the inquiry was still ongoing, an order had been issued for Mogbo’s release on bail, as well as Chidinma’s father.

Chidinma’s explanation of how she committed the crime, he claimed, exonerated her father and Mogbo.

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Odumosu said, “Chidinma’s statement exonerated her father as she said that he was not aware of the incident. We released him. Also, the lady in our custody, one Mrs Nkechi Mogbo, who leased the flat from the property owner and used it for a service apartment, has been released on bail.

“After Magbo was arrested, she assisted the police because of the information she gave us. Now that we got the principal suspect, and the fact that the principal suspect confessed that she singularly committed the act, and equally went further to explain that she never met Nkechi Mogbo, but that she only phoned her and that they transacted all the business online, I have ordered her release on bail while we continue our investigation.

“However, if any other thing during the investigation points to her, bail is not the end of the case and we will bring her back.”


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