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How Side Chic Drugged And Stabbed Super TV CEO, Michael Usifo Ataga To Death in Lagos

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More details emerged as to what led to the death of Micahel Usifo Ataga on Thursday and who killed him.
The Street Journal had exclusively reported how Ataga, CEO of Super TV who resides in Banana Island was reported missing. This put everyone in panic including his wife and children who reside in Abuja.
Unfortunately, his body was found this morning in a flat in Lekki phase 1 with multiple stable wounds after several withdrawals were made from his account.

Usifo who would have been 50 years old today had met a girl about two weeks ago. This despite the fact that he is married.

Usifo who felt more comfortable meeting with his side chic outside his home, to prevent nosey Neighbours.

Following his disappearance, a combined team of concerned friends, family members, the police and DSS operatives all the way from Abuja through the concerted efforts of the wife, tracked down the owner of the Airbnb, who received payment from the side chic’s bank account into which Ataga had previously made a transfer for the payment to.

He was found dead with multiple stabs in his neck.
The robbers withdrew N5 million from his account before they killed Ataga.

Apparently, the side chic carried out the murder after she must have drugged him as the security guards at the rentals said no 3rd party came visiting Atage and the side chic besides a dispatch rider who brought drugs for the girl.

The side chic who was last seen on Tuesday when the murder happened, was equally tracked down and arrested alongside the owner of the Airbnb.

Many of Ataga’s friends have expressed as to how the side chic was able to pull the dastardly act all alone as Ataga was said to have been an amateur boxer.
After the side chic left the apartment following his gruesome death, money began to disappear from Atage’s GTBANK account and it was an email from Ataga’s email address asked for a change in his account GTBank put an embargo on the account to prevent any further withdrawal.

Investigations is still ongoing…

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