“She has never stepped her feet on the soil of UNILAG since the commencement of this semester early last month. Yet, she was arrested in her father’s house”, were the confessions of a senior Lecturer at University of Lagos, UNILAG, against 21-years-old Chidinma Adaora Ojukwu.
Dr. Bunmi Ajibade, a senior Lecturer at Mass Communications Department of the University of Lagos, says he has carried out some investigations regarding Chidinma Adaora Ojukwu, an alleged murderer.
It is no longer news that Ojukwu is currently cooling off at the headquarters of the Lagos State Police Command in Ikeja, wherein she is being detained over the alleged murder of Usifo Ataga, the Chief Executive Officer of Super TV.
Ataga’s lifeless body was found in a flat in Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, with multiple wounds, on June 16.
A total of N5 million was said to have been withdrawn from his account after he was murdered.
The suspect was said to have fled the scene after committing the crime.
In a message he circulated on WhatsApp after news of the incident went viral, Ajibade said Ojukwu’s parents ought to have monitored her.
“We parents should pray for and monitor our children. There is so much evil going on in tertiary institutions now. Drugs, alcohol and s*x have become the order of the day among adolescents.”
“As Coordinator of Part Time programme, l have made some investigations about the lady. The last time she came to school was before Covid-19 lockdown. She has never written 300 Level exam with her cohorts.
“She has never stepped her feet on the soil of UNILAG since the commencement of this semester early last month. Yet, she was arrested in her father’s house.
“Were the parents sensitive enough to discover her truancy in school? Did they monitor her progress in school if they suspected something is amiss? How come they were apparently neglected that this calamity came upon them suddenly? Many questions are begging for answers.”