Since the death of the CEO of Super TV, Michael Usifo Ataga who was alleged murdered by his 21 year old side chic, Chidinma Adaora Ojukwu, they have been a lot of mixed reactions from people. And since the identity and social status of his wife was revealed to the public, there have been a continuous attack on the late CEO.
Most persons have wondered what the deceased was looking for in other women that his wealthy and beautiful wife, Mrs. Brenda Ataga doesn’t have in abundance. And that alone has triggered massive and severe attacks on the deceased, but I think it is wrong for people to continue attacking and condemning him in the manner they have resorted to.
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Yes, people should stop attacking and condemning him forth with, because it now seems like most people are indirectly justifying the murder of the late CEO by his 21 year old side chic, Chidinma Adaora Ojukwu, who is also a 300 level student of Mass Communication at the University of Lagos State (UNILAG). It is so unfortunate that most of us are no longer condemning the heartless murder of Mr. Ataga, hence, the deceased has become the only villain in the whole story.
Yes, it is a fact that the circumstances leading to his death definitely must have caused so much pains and embarrassment to his wife, kids, friends and other members of his family. But the fact remains that there is no amount of argument or logic that will justify the killing of any human for cheating on his or her partner. Whatever lesson other men should learn from that incident must not be projected above the gravity of the offence committed.
On the other hand, there’s no living soul that is without one fault/blemish or the other, as such, the deceased is neither an exception nor his case different. Even some of those trying so hard to devour him have done worse things than him, it’s just because they have not been caught in the act. Even the Holy Bible in the book of Romans 3:23, says, “for all have sinned and fall short of God’s glory.” So, no one is perfect or without a stain, none!
In fact, the more condemnations we subject the deceased to, especially the ones littered across the various media platforms, the more pains we are causing for his people. They will definitely read some of the things we say or write against late Michael Usifo Ataga, which in turn causes more and more embarrassment to them, and subsequently subjecting them to further pains and emotional trauma.