The husband of the late Nigerian singer, Alizee Ali Zainab Nielsen who allegedly murdered her and her daughter has pleaded not guilty to the charges brought against him.
According to reports, He allegedly ”hit his wife’s head several times on the wall leading to her death and poison his daughter.
He then dragged their lifeless bodies under the gas to give the impression that they suffocated to death due to gas leak
The case has been adjourned until May 8 #Justiceforthem
Nigerian Singer Alizee Allegedly Murdered By Danish Husband In Ikoyi.
RIP: Nigerian singer, Alizee (Ali Zainab Nielsen) and four-year-old daughter allegedly murdered by her Danish husband.
According to reports, the unfortunate incident happened on Thursday, April 5, 2018, at their home in Ocean Parade, Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lagos.
Rising star Alizee, who signed a 2-year record deal with an Asian record label, Petra Entertainment in last year and was so happy she told a reporter that’
“it’s been a long time coming and I’m really happy this deal came through. From now on it can and will only get better.
The decision to sign a deal with Petra Entertainment is appropriate and with technical brains like Kaycee and his team-leading affairs, I’m confident the outcome will surely meet yield a positive result.”~Alizee
A member of her management team said ‘‘it’s really a shocking and sad development.
We all woke up to the sad news of her death this morning and to find out that the homicide was committed by her husband makes it all the more sad.
The Police has been brought in to the case and we’ll share more details as we get them’.
The circumstances leading to her death still remains a mystery!
Nigerian police are yet to confirm what let to the husband causing such an unimaginable act on his wife and daughter!
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of the late Zainab and Petra” #JusticeforZainab #JusticeforPetra
UPDATE: 8 April, 2018 Source Daily Post Nigeria/Punch
According to Daily Post Nigeria, the late Ali Zainab Nielsen’s father allegedly told them that he’s
”known my late daughter’s husband for over seven years now. At the outset, he was of good character but last year, he started fighting his wife.
Last November, a case was reported at the police station when he beat her to a coma. He then wrote an undertaking that he would never batter her again.”
“On Thursday morning, he called me; I was in Abuja. Since I missed his calls, I called back and he told me he saw my daughter and granddaughter on the floor in the kitchen.
I asked what went wrong; he didn’t say a word and dropped the call. One of my two daughters staying with them called their mother and broke the news. We took the next flight to Lagos and found out she was dead truly.
“I didn’t even know my grandchild was dead too. I told my daughter to get Petra for me and we should go, then she told me she was dead too.
I was shocked. The husband claimed it was gas suffocation that killed them. We know that gas doesn’t kill people that way. In the pictures, you would see bruises all over their bodies. They were strangled to death.
Alizee’s father suspects the reason was able to kill both the wife and daughter is because his house was highly secured and one had to go through security before before entering.
Alizee’s father revealed that his daughter’s husband started abusing her last year when he beat Alizee to the extent that she moved back home to Abuja for almost a month. He’s not too sure if the husband has a history of being an alcoholic or drug addict…
“My two daughters are in the police station right now to give their statements because they witnessed all that happened. They said he hit her head on the wall. In the morning, he then asked them where his wife was.
” They pretended they didn’t know what happened. They knew that if they had made any attempts, they could be attacked too.
There were five people in the house when the incident occurred – my late daughter, her child, husband and my two daughters – one 12-year-old and the other 10-year-old. I have four girls; Alizee is my first child and her immediate younger sister works in a bank.
“He cannot do this in our country and get away with it even though he could get away with it if he had done it in his country. We want our government to pass a strong message to other foreigners with this…”
Source Nigeria News