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National Assembly, Abike Dabiri Vows to Unravel Chukwu’s Killer

Nigerian senators have expressed anger over the alleged murder of a Nigerian, Elizabeth Ndubuisi-Chukwu. Deputy Director-General of Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria.
Chukwu was in South Africa to attend the conference of the African Insurance Organisation, AIO but was found dead in her hotel room in Johannesburg on June 13.
Senate President, Ahmad Lawan warned South Africa not to take Nigeria for granted.
The Senate asked the South African Government to take steps to stop the killing of Nigerians residing in South Africa.
The lawmakers noted that the increasing killing of Nigerians carrying out legitimate businesses in South Africans implied that the role Nigerian played in the liberation of the country during apartheid is unappreciated by the people of the country.
Nigerians going to South Africa were also advised to ensure that their safety is not under threat.
Abaribe said: “She went to South Africa to attend the conference of the African Insurance Organisation (A10) and initially was suspected to have died of cardiac arrest. He insisted that Ndubuisi-Chukwu was allegedly killed by yet-to-be-identified suspects in her hotel room.
“The suspicion that she could have been murdered was further confirmed in a separate document issued by South Africa’s Department of Health on June 27, 2019, where it corroborated the autopsy report and revealed that she was strangled.
“This is not the First time Nigerians have died in suspicious and curious circumstances In South Africa.”
The Chief Whip, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu, in his contribution gave further insights into how Nigerians are sometimes trailed to their hotels and being killed.”
Kalu said: “I was in the country and I visited the embassy. I interacted with three former presidents. When they think you have some money, they track you from the airport to the hotel and sometimes kill you.
Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, said that the Eight Senate discussed the same issue extensively following the killing of Nigerians in the former apartheid country and also agreed, saying “enough is enough.”.
Meanwhile, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the chairman of the Nigerians in the Diaspora, has assured that everything would be done to unravel the death of Mrs. Ndubuisi Chukwu, that no cover up will be allowed in the death of the Nigerian national, who was found dead in her room at Emperor’s Palace Casino, Hotel and Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.