The family of late Super TV Chief Executive Officer, Micheal Usifo Ataga, who was killed in a flat in Lagos State on June 15, has announced that he will be laid to rest on Friday at the Ebonyi vaults in Ikoyi.
A Service of Songs will be held on Thursday, July 29, at the Incubator in Victoria Island, Lagos, according to the family’s funeral schedule.
The funeral will be held the following day (Friday, July 30, 2021) at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church on Victoria Island, Lagos, and his ashes will be buried that day.
The grieving family, however, has yet to comment on the outcome of the continuing inquiry into Usifo’s murder.
Remember that on June 24, the Lagos State Police Command presented the suspect, who admitted to stabbing the 50-year-old in the neck with a knife following a quarrel.
However, in a now-viral interview, the undergraduate contradicted her first confession, denying any participation in the death of the Super TV CEO.
Before his death, Ataga had marital issues, according to Ojukwu. She characterized the deceased as a busy man who was easily enraged.
Chidinma stated that the man had some issues with his wife and informed her that he was in his marriage to provide for his children.
In addition, the Lagos Police Commissioner, Hakeem Odumosu, affirmed the potential of other parties being involved in the murder, which was followed by the arrest of more individuals whose identities have yet to be released.
Furthermore, a member of the grieving family disclosed that telephone threats to life had been received from some odd people in connection with the murder.