I don’t want to die because of Mr Ataga, says Chidinma, alleged killer of Super TV CEO

21-year-old Chidinma Ojukwu, who allegedly murdered Super TV CEO Mr Usifo Ataga has pleaded for her life to be spared with regards to the trending case.

While speaking in a recent interview with Punch, Chidinma pointed out that she has never killed someone before and that she feels very remorseful for what she has done.

She also apologized to the family of Mr Ataga and pleaded for forgiveness, stating that if she was to be given another chance, she would never do what she did.

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However, the young girl pointed out that despite the fact she doesn’t know what the future holds for her, she does not want to die because of Mr Ataga’s case.

“I regret killing Mr Ataga. I don’t know what my future holds but I don’t want to die. Please, I don’t want to die because of this case. I have not killed before,” she told Punch.

“I was just trying to comport myself to answer questions during the parade and not that I am not showing remorse. I totally regretted everything I did and I am sorry. Mr Ataga’s family, I am deeply sorry for what I did. If I had my life back, I wouldn’t do anything like that. I am deeply sorry and I hope you forgive me”

Chidinma, a 300 level student of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) also disclosed that she was raised by her uncle Chijioke Obi, in Mushin area of Lagos State, after her parents separated when she was 2-years-old.

She added that while growing up, her childhood ambition was to become either a musician or an actress:

“My role models were Tiwa Savage, Beyonce, Rihanna, Genevieve, and Regina Hall. I schooled in Johnson Primary School and also a government primary school in Mushin. I later went to Sidman College in Sabo, Yaba. I was two years old when my parents separated, I was little, so while I was growing up, I stayed with my uncle, Mr Chijioke Obi, in Mushin. I don’t know if he bears Izu, but it was my uncle that trained me.”

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