While the investigations around his death are far from over, the family of late Super TV Chief Executive Officer, Micheal Usifo Ataga have announced the billionaire would be buried on Friday, at the Ebonyi vaults in Ikoyi.
Ataga was murdered in cold bold in an apartment in Lagos State on June 15 and though a prime suspect was arrested, there is no concrete verdict on who and what transpired.
According to the planned programme for the burial issued by the family, it was stated that a Service of Songs will hold on Thursday, July 29, at the Incubator in Victoria Island, Lagos.
The funeral service will hold the next day, (Friday, July 30, 2021) at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Victoria Island, Lagos, while his remains interred the same day.
However, the bereaved family had yet to speak on its position on the outcome of the ongoing investigation into Usifo’s murder.
Recall that on June 24, the Lagos State Police Command paraded the suspect where she had admitted to stabbing the 50-year-old in the neck with a knife after a disagreement.
However, in an interview that had now gone viral, the undergraduate contradicted her initial confession, denying her involvement in killing the Super TV CEO.
Ojukwu stated that Ataga had marital problems before his death. She described the deceased as a busy man who was quick to anger.
Chidinma said the man had some problems with his wife and told her he was in his marriage to cater to his children.
Also, the Lagos Police boss, Hakeem Odumosu, had confirmed the possibility of the involvement of other parties in the murder, followed by the additional arrest of other suspects, whose identities are yet to be revealed.
In addition, a member of the bereaved family revealed that telephone calls of threats to life had been received from some strange persons, over the murder.