The only son of the late former governor of Ondo State, Dr. Olusegun Agagu, Feyi is said to be among the five persons who survived the crash of the Associated Airlines plane that crashed in Lagos today.
Though his condition of health and that of other survivors cannot be ascertained for now as some of them are said to be in critical condition, the management of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has confirmed that 22 passengers were on aboard the crashed plane.
Spokesman FAAN, Yakubu Datti has confirmed the death of 17 passengers, while five passengers sustained injuries.
Aboard the ill fated plane, besides, Feyi, are the Ondo State Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, and son of former Minister of Finance, Olu Falae, Deji and a staff in the Protocol Department of the Governor’s office, Mr Layi Daji.
Though the eldest son of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, Gbenga is said to be on board, but his name is not registered on the manifest, which gives people reason to doubt his involvement.
Others on board the ill fated plane are Femi Akinsanya, Akintunde Joseph, Akeem Akintunde, Tunji Okusanya, Chijioke Duru, Kingsley Amaechi, Deji Afolabi, Mrs. E.O. Alabi, Daji Bernard, Deji Falae, Samson Hassan, Olatunji Okusanya
Crew members, Capt. Yakubu, Flight officer Oyinlola, Engr. Saroh Elaiye, Flight dispatcher Ibrahim, Mr. Felix Tatoye, Cabin attendant Owolabi, Cabin attendant Samson.
The Okusanja family owns the MIC Caskets, a popular funeral undertakers in Lagos Island and they lost a father and son to the crash.
While Agagu’s corpse has been taken to the Nigerian Airforce base, those recovered from the crsh have been taken to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital Mortuary, while the survivors are being attended to at the accident and emergency ward of the hospital.
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