‘Nothing Do Me’, Agagu’s Son Assures Worried Friends

FEYI AGAGU. PHOTO CREDIT: PUNCH
FEYI AGAGU. PHOTO CREDIT: PUNCH

Feyi, the first son of late ex-Ondo State Governor, Dr. Olusegun Agagu, who narrowly escaped death in a plane crash in Lagos on Thursday, has assured that he is stable and no one should worry about his state of being.

Feyi spoke when his friends, led by the son of a former Nigerian ambassador to Ghana, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, checked in on 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.

The victim, who spoke normally, stated that he became unconscious after feeling the impact of the aircraft crashing into the ground but woke up later.

Feyi had his neck in a support collar and some bandages but he let out a giggle upon sighting his friends wearing long faces.

As he was being wheeled to the Intensive Care Unit for a body scan, he gave the thumb up sign to his friends, saying ‘nothing do me’.

The ill-fated Associated Airline flight from Lagos to Akure which crashed shortly after take-off from the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, had 20 passengers and crew members on board with only five persons surviving the mishap.

-PUNCH

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