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The late Silverbird staff wasn’t pregnant, family angry at viral claims

Contrary to the viral reports that the late silver bird staff, Aisha Mustapha was pregnant, a family source who has chosen to remain anonymous says she wasn’t.

In a phone chat with KFB, the family member who has known Aisha for over 11 years says “It is all a lie, it is not fair for you people to just report without proper investigation. The autopsy would be released soon, she was not pregnant neither was she dating a married man. The man that killed her is not even her lover.” 

Meanwhile, detectives attached to Lagos State Criminal Investigation Department
(SCID), Panti, Lagos have begin investigation into last weekend’s murder
of Aisha Noble-Mustapha, 25-year-old  Silverbird staff, in Ogudu  GRA,
Lagos.

The prime suspect, simply identified as Chima, has denied having a
hand in the murder of Aisha.  The Edo State-born victim was attacked
with a knife as she came back from work around 11pm. 
Chima said he rushed to the scene to save the late Aisha. This was,
however, debunked by the owner of the building at 25, Salaudeen Akano
Street, GRA, Ogudu, who said an undisclosed identity who claimed to have
rushed out of his flat when he heard a bang at the gate met the suspect
and the deceased inside the gutter in front of the building.
The
landlord, it was gathered, was also arrested.

A
resident, who spoke to Sun newspaper, revealed that the late Aisha,
who hailed from Auchi, Edo state, was the only daughter of her aged
parents.
He said the suspect once lived in the same compound with the late Aisha.
According to the resident, who spoke on condition of anonymity,
“Aisha was an amiable person. We were all stunned when we heard she was
murdered in cold blood.
“Chima (the suspect) was living with his elder brother in one of the
flats in the building with the late Aisha.  But he had a
misunderstanding with his brother, which led to his being evicted from
the house. We were so shocked to discover he was connected with the
murder because he left his brother’s house three weeks ago. How he was
later found with the deceased right inside the gutter remains a mystery
to be unravelled by the police.”
A man that rushed out to see what was happening, said “even when he
attempted to bring the deceased out of the gutter,  Chima who was  by
her side inside the gutter, held on to Aisha,” preventing the man from
dragging her out.
Again, someone claimed to have seen Chima hitting the late Aisha. The
man said he never knew he was stabbing her, until news later filtered
in.

Meanwhile, the state command’s spokesman, Kenneth Nwosu, assured that
the police will ensure that justice is served. “We condole with the
family and friends of the deceased. Well-trained detectives have since
resumed investigation into the case and would ensure that justice is
served,”he said.

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