Abike Dabiri-Erewa questions South Africa over the death of another Nigerian in the country.
Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the Chairman of the Nigerian Diaspora Commission, has demanded for an investigation into the gruesome murder of Elizabeth Ndubuisi, the Deputy Director-General of the Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria in South Africa.
The former lawmaker, in a recent interview, noted that Godwin Adama, the Nigerian Consular General in South Africa, was working with major authorities to nab the culprit.
“We must know what happened. If it means getting a private investigator, we will.
“We should not be pushed to the edge. We have reached a tipping point. Someone goes for a conference? And murdered? For the sake of both countries and for closure for the families, we must know what happened and we will,” she said.
Dabiri-Erewa hinted further that she was sure of success of the case, adding that Nigeria’s Foreign Minster, Geoffrey Onyema, was on top of the case to arrest the killer
The late Ndubuisi was in South Africa to attend the Conference of the African Insurance Organisation before her lifeless body was found in her room at Emperor’s Palace Casino Hotel and Convention Centre, Johannesburg, on June 13.