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BREAKING:Why I stabbed Super TV CEO To Death, 21-year-old 300 Level UNILAG Mass Communication Student Confesses.

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A 21-year-old undergraduate of the University of Lagos, Chidinma Adaora Ojukwu, has confessed the reason behind her stabbing the Chief Executive Officer of Super TV, Usifo Ataga, to death in the Lekki area of Lagos State.

Chidinma confessed at the Lagos State Police Command headquarters in Ikeja today after she was paraded as a suspect by the state Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu.

The CP said Ojukwu was arrested at her parents’ residence in Yaba on Wednesday night.

Read her confession; “We were in the lodge smoking. He was trying to make advances on me. I was tired and he became violent on it. I let him have his way. Towards afternoon, he ordered roofies. We took it together and ate food. He became high. I was still not happy with the first one (sex) that we had, so, I was staying on my own, smoking and drinking. He, too, was on his own.

“He came to me and I was like I am not happy with what he did. I was like, ‘You don’t help me, you don’t assist me with anything, you are just playing with me around’. He was like, ‘Take my ATM and withdraw what you want’.

“He later became violent trying to get to me and I was resisting and defending myself. At some point, he hit my head on the wall and I also retaliated.

“At some point, he was chasing me around the kitchen cabinet. I took a knife and stabbed his neck. I approached the door and he followed me. I stabbed him twice on the neck side. I threw the knife to the bed and he was going for it but I also went for it. He dragged the knife with me and it broke and he fell on the floor.”

She also disclosed that after stabbing the late CEO, she withdrew N380,000 from his account using his ATM card.

Meanwhile, Investigation is still ongoing on the case.

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