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Thursday, 3 October 2013

VIDEO (PLANE CRASH IN NIGERIA)



We have  just learnt that Deji Falae, the son of Olu Falaye, a former secretary to the Federal Government of Nigeria was among the passengers on board an Embraer aircraft that crashed this morning in the Mafoluku area of Lagos.
The plane was conveying the remains of former Governor Segun Agagu from Lagos to Akure, the Ondo State capital, when it crashed shortly after take-off. Our sources also disclosed that other passengers on the doomed aircraft the Ondo State Commissioner of Tourism; the late Agagu’s son-in-law, and an executive of MIC Funeral Company, Femi Akinsanya which was handling arrangements for the late governor’s interment. Mr. Agagu.
The crashed plane was registered to Associated Airline, owned by former Governor Lucky Igbinedion of Edo State. In 1999, Deji Falae’s father, Olu Falaye, was the presidential candidate of the Alliance for Democracy (AD), and ran against Mr. Obasanjo.
A source stated that Feyi Agagu, a son of former Governor Agagu, was also on board the aircraft, but survived the crash with injuries.
Below is the full list of passengers and crew aboard the ill-fated aircraft:
1.Feyi Agagu
2.Femi Akinsanya
3. Akintunde Joseph
4.Akeem Akintunde
5.Tunji Okusanya
6. Chijioke Duru
7. Kingsley Amaechi
8. Deji Afolabi
9. Mrs. A.O. Alabi
10. Daji Bernard
11. Deji Falae
12. Samson Hassan
13. Olatunji Okusanya
Crew members:
14. Capt. Yakubu
15. Flight officer Oyinlola
16. Engr. Soroh Ebiya
17. Flight dispatcher Ibrahim
18. Mr. Felix Latoya
19. Cabin attendant Owolabi
20. Cabin attendant Samson.

PDP MOURNS VICTIMS OF LAGOS PLANE CRASH
 The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) under the leadership of Alhaji Abubakar Kawu Baraje has learnt with shock of the plane crash that took place in Lagos this morning in which several lives were lost. 
As confirmed by the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), the Associated Airlines chartered flight heading for Akure, the Ondo State capital, took off at roughly 9:30 am (0830 GMT) from the domestic terminal at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos, but the engine failed on takeoff and it crash-landed and burst into flames. The plane was said to be carrying the body Dr. Olusegun Agagu, a former governor of Ondo State and an erstwhile chieftain of our great party, who died on September 13 and is scheduled to be buried this weekend. 
We are shattered by the news of this unspeakable tragedy, especially as the flight also had some prominent personalities on board. 
Our hearts go out to the Agagu family, to the families of victims of the crash, as well as to the people and Government of Ondo State, and especially to President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and, indeed, all Nigerians. We also sympathise with the management of Associated Airlines on this great tragedy. 
We urge Nigerians to remember the victims and their families in their prayers and to intensify prayers for our dear nation in these difficult times.
Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze

National Publicity Secretary, PDP

New PDP Condoles Victims of Lagos Plane Crash
By Nwaorgu Faustinus
Abubakar Baraje led-PDP said it has learnt with shock of the plane crash that took place in Lagos this morning, in which several lives were lost. 
The breakaway PDP expressed shock over the incidence in a statement signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, noted that the air mishap was confirmed by the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA).
“We are shattered by the news of this unspeakable tragedy, especially as the flight also had some prominent personalities on board”, the statement said. 
“Our hearts go out to the Agagu family, to the families of victims of the crash, as well as to the people and Government of Ondo State, and especially to President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and, indeed, all Nigerians. We also sympathize with the management of Associated Airlines on this great tragedy”, the statement empathize.  
The splinter PDP also urged Nigerians to remember the victims and their families in their prayers and to intensify prayers for the nation in these difficult times.
This morning, the Associated Airlines chartered flight heading for Akure, the Ondo State capital, took off at roughly 9:30 am (0830 GMT) from the domestic terminal at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos, but the engine failed on takeoff and it crash-landed and burst into flames. The plane was said to be carrying the body of Dr. Olusegun Agagu, a former governor of Ondo State and an erstwhile chieftain of our great party, who died on September 13 and is scheduled to be buried this weekend.



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