The death of Michael Usifo Ataga, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Super TV, and also a director in Super Network Limited, a telecom firm, has affected his friends and families, as report has it that he was stabbed and murdered by his side chick.
Usifo who resides in Banana Island got missing on Sunday, and all avenue to reach him proved abortive. He was checked at his Victoria Island office, and he was no where to be found, and that raised a lot of concerns to his friends, and even his families that resides in Abuja.
It was later that his lifeless body was found in his apartment in Lekki phase 1, the morning of the day he ought to be fifty years, with multiple stable wounds, even with several money withdraws made from his bank account.
Usifo was said to just meet the lady few weeks ago, and he is married to a manager in Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, felt it was not comfortable to be meeting with the lady, in his apartment because of nosey neighbors, so he rented an Airbnb in Lekki where himself and the lady checked into.
The Police and DSS personnels has been informed after his disappearance, they came all the way from Abuja through the effort of his wife, to track down the owner of the Airbnb, who received the sum of money from the side chick’s bank account, which was the same account that Usifo paid into.
The apartment was broken into and the dead body of Usifo was found, with stain in his neck, his chest and his thigh.
The side chick has done some money transaction from Ataga’s account, it was reported that she must have drugged him, because the security officers at the rentals said there was no visiting from other parties to Ataga. The side chick has not been seen for some days since the death occurred, the owner of the Airbnb has been arrested, and the lady has been tracked down.
Ataga’s friend were amazed that the lady could kill their friend, because Ataga was said to be an amateur boxer, who is also strong.
Due to suspicious activities on Ataga’s bank account, Guaranty Trust Bank, GTBank prevented Further activities on the account.
More investigations are still going on.