Feyi, the son of late former Ondo State Governor, Olusegun Agagu, rumored to have died in the plane crash conveying the corpse of his late father from Lagos to Akure has debunked the rumor saying he is alright and no one should worry about his state.
Feyi spoke when his friends, led by Jide Obanikoro, the son of a former Nigeria’s ambassador to Ghana, Musiliu Obanikoro, visited him at the Surgical Emergency ward of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja where he and other victims of the Associated Airline plane crash were rushed to on Thursday.
Feyi Agagu who spoke normally, said he became unconscious after feeling the impact of the aeroplane hitting the ground but woke up later.
He had a neck support and some bandages but he giggled when he saw his friends wearing worried faces.
While being wheeled to the Intensive Care Unit for a body scan, the victim threw his right thumb up to his friends, saying ‘nothing do me’.
A second victim, Femi Akinsanya, was seen on another bed talking with about seven of his relatives, including Hip Hop Singer, Sasha Alabi.
Akinsanya, who had a neck support around his neck, described his survival as a miracle.
Doctors were seen advising his pregnant wife not to move him to another hospital yet until he is stabilised.
It was not all smiles at the hospital as a plump woman, said to be the wife of one of the dead victims, Chijioke Duru, was seen weeping profusely, rolling on the ground at the hospital.
She wailed, “Chjioke, I am finished, who will take care of our daughter, Chinasa. Why did you leave me? I am finished.”
The woman subsequently started blabbing and demanded that her husband’s corpse be handed over to her immediately. She was however taken away by another relative.
Meanwhile, sources close to Gbenga Obasanjo said he was in the United States and denied rumours that he was on the aeroplane.
The source said, “Gbenga was meant to be on that plane because he was to represent his father, Olusegun Obasanjo, at the event but stayed back in Atlanta, Georgia to attend to some things.”