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Usifo Ataga murder: Reps Members Kicks Against Multiple Media Interview of Prime Suspect, Chidinma Ojukwu

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Usifo Ataga murder: Reps Members Kicks Against Multiple Media Interview of Prime Suspect, Chidinma Ojukwu

Chidinma Ijukwu, the prime suspected murderer of Mr. Super TV CEO Mr. Usifo Ataga, received a multi-media interview from the House of Representatives.


Chidinma Ijukwu, the prime suspected murderer of Mr. Super TV CEO Mr. Usifo Ataga, received a multi-media interview from the House of Representatives.

Chidinma Ojukwu, Mass Communication Student at 300 levels at Lagos University, was arrested for the alleged assassination of Usifo Ataga, CEO of Super TV in Lagos area of Lekki on Wednesday 23 June 2021.

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Since then, she has been subject to several press conferences and interviews.

However, the house expressed concern during yesterday’s plenary session, which started on 13 July, when Chidinma was arrested and interviewed by various news media, which led to an aggressive discussion and dissection of the Internet and of the news media. But they requested the police that human rights abuses such as media access to persons arrested be prevented from repeatedly occurring in the future so that a court does not compromise the case.

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In accordances with the motion tabled by Tolulope Akande-Sadipe, a member of Oluyole’s federal electoral district, Nigerian law does not permit social media trials and matters of concern Nigeria does not allow for social media trials and matters that are sub-judice (meaning before the court or not yet judicially decided) are not to be discussed by the media.

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In her words ;

“Cognizant that Section 36/5) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended) provides that every person who is charged with a criminal offence shall be presumed to be innocent until he is proven guilty. Thus so long Ms Ojukwu has not been proven guilty by the court of competent jurisdiction, she is not to be labeled a criminal or paraded about to conduct series of interviews on a case currently under investigation. Rather, the police are to conduct a proper investigation and allow the court to consider the matter and make an informed judgment.”


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