Chidinma Ojukwu Is Not Our Member – National President Of Side Chicks Association Insists
A lady who identified herself as the National President of Side Chicks Association Of Nigeria (SCAN), Princess Bukky Osude has released a statement disassociating her organization from Chidinma’s murder case.
Recall, that Usifo Ataga, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Super TV, in the Lekki area of the state, was reportedly murdered by his 21-year-old side chick known as Chidinma Ojukwu.
Confessing to the crime while being paraded by the police, the suspect a 21-year-old mass communication student of UNILAG, said she stabbed Ataga twice and later withdrew N380,000 from the deceased’s account to pay her school fees.
Speaking on behalf of the other members, Princess Bukky Osude condemned the criminal act and also she stated categorically that the said young lady is not one of their member.
Speaking further, Princess Bukky Osude said what Chidinma did runs contrary to the objectives, interests and principles of our great association.
See Full Statement Below:
We Side Chicks Association of Nigeria (SCAN), an umbrella organization of unmarried ladies (girlfriends, mistresses, concubines, baby-mamas etc) who are amorously and financially attached to married men wish to state that:
Our attention has been drawn to the trending tragic news of a young lady alleged to have murdered her rich CEO Man friend.
We hereby state categorically that the said young lady is not our member and totally condemn the criminal act which in fact runs contrary to the objectives, interests and principles of our great association.
For us as a group, Daddies, Aristos, and manfriends are treasure pots that are more useful being alive than dead. Indeed, many of us will go to great lengths to ensure that no harm come to our benefactors even more than their legally-married wives.
We therefore want to use the medium to assure our men of their safety in our care. They should not on account of this unfortunate incident be discouraged from continuing or engaging in this mutually-beneficial, age-long, social alliances.
Princess Bukky Osude