The death of the Super TV CEO – Micheal Ataga – at the hands of his mistress (Chidinma Ojukwu) continues to garner opinions that are rather shocking.
It makes you wonder why the analysis of certain people should be based on the fact that he was murdered while cheating on his wife.
A man was murdered by a side-chick and his money taken away, and some factions of the society had this to say: “Serves him right”
Is cheating a criminal offence?
If a young girl is killed during her acts of side-chickism, won’t we be blaming the killer?
We always have large number of people who are always making everything about gender wars. Why has it become so hard to call a spade a spade? Reverse this case, and you’ll hear things like “he’s such an evil man; make sure he doesn’t last up to a week in the prison; burn him to death, ” and other utterances.
It is rather more annoying when it’s observed that some persons with this mentality aren’t worried about the recent twist in her confessions – from saying she was responsible, to declaring that she had nothing to do with his death.
How can you not be worried about her changing narratives? How can you only be interested in the fact that the man cheated?
“I didn’t injure anybody. I don’t know who must have come into the apartment and did that. I don’t know who that person is. I don’t know what happened. I did not kill him,” she claimed in her recent interviews.
Cheating is morally wrong, and anyone obedient to the council of morals will condemn cheating.
Murder is a criminal offence, and this case ought to be seen as a criminal offence – not a moral offence.
Do you think anyone would be alive if death was the penalty for every moral offence?
If he should die because he cheated, maybe God won’t be wrong if he decides to wipe out everyone for committing different sins.
I’d like you to prove me wrong from your own perspective.
Written by: Edward Amah