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Super TV CEO: Chidinma Ojukwu Must Not Die In Police Custody, Reps Warn IGP

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The House of Representatives has stated that Chidinma Ojukwu, the suspected killer of Super TV CEO Usifo Ataga, must not die in the custody of the Nigeria Police Force.

The House also called on the police to “conduct a proper investigation into the matter and refrain from parading Ms. Chidinma around to grant interviews on the matter under investigation.” The House further called on the Inspector General of Police, Usman Baba, to “call all police personnel to order and ensure that there is no repeat of this violation of human rights and media access to arrested persons in the future, to avoid compromising the case in a court of law.”

According to the lawmakers, this is to ensure that future cases are not treated in the same manner. In addition, the House said the IGP must ensure that “Ms. Ojukwu (the accused) does not die in custody or commit suicide while awaiting trial as in some past cases.”
Read also: Chidinma’s U-turn On Super TV CEO’s Murder Is An Afterthought – Police
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