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Feyi Agagu reveals how he survived and why Agagu’s casket was intact after plane crash

October 6, 2013

In a recent interview with vanguard, a close family friend of Feyi, son of late Chief Agagu, who is one of the survivors of the ill fated Associated Airlines flight, disclosed that he (Feyi) was initially reluctant to enter the plane after seeing how old it looked.
He and others survived basically by sitting at the back of the plane.
Below is what a family insider Feyi spoke to said;
“The young man said that once they got to the tarmac before boarding and once he sighted the plane, what struck him was the seemingly very old look of the plane. Feyi said he didn’t like the looks of the plane. He also said but for the importance and significance of the trip, his inner sense didn’t feel comfortable boarding the plane.

“In fact, Feyi said he told another survivor, Femi Akinsanya, that the plane looked too old and he didn’t feel like boarding. But Feyi said he was told not to get himself worked up needlessly since this was not going to be his first time aboard a plane neither would this be the first old-looking plane that he would board. That was how he said he boarded the plane”.

“Feyi recounted how he and Femi Akinsanya boarded the plane and moved straight to the back end to take up seats. Why Feyi chose the back seat”, the source said, “was more a function of his state of mind about the state of the plane rather than a preference for taking a back seat.

“When they sat down, Feyi told me that he and Femi simply prayed that they should just take off and land safely, oblivious of what lay ahead of them. “Feyi said once they took off, everything happened so fast. What he also told me was that both he and Femi noticed what looked like a crack not far from where they sat at the rear end of the plane.

“He said everything happened so fast that by the time the plane crashed on the ground, it was that crack that had been noticed earlier that transformed into a gapping exit point upon impact on the ground.

“Feyi said the exit point created was where he and Femi escaped through”.

Also, explaining why the casket carrying Agagu’s corpse was intact after the plane crashed on Thursday morning, it was disclosed that the casket was latched to the hooks in the cargo compartment of the plane and was placed in the rear end of the plane.

People who sat at the back of the plane survived the crash, so the casket, which was kept at the back also survived the crash.
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One Comment
  1. IMAGINE! HOW CAN THEY ALLOW SUCH PLANE TO FUNCTION IN NIGERIA FOR CRYING OUT LOUD! THIS IS SOO PATHETIC THAT EVERY NEGATIVITY TAKES PLACE IN OUR COUNTRY,,,,PEOPLE SURVIVE ONLY BY THE GRACE OF GOD AND ITS TIME THE SO CALLED GOVERNMENT SHUD LOOK INTO THE AVAITION SECTOR IN THAT COUNTRY. NO OLD PLANE SHUD BE ALLOWED INTO THE COUNTRY ANYMORE WHAT A SHAME AND WASTE OF INNOCENT LIVES FOR NOTHING! THANKING GOD FOR YOUR LIFE BRO AND THOSE DEAD WERE NOT DESTINED TO DIE IN SUCH FATE ATALL IF NIGERIA GOVERNMENT TAKES THE LIFE OF HER CITIZEN AT HEART,,,SUCH CRAP CALLED FLIGHT WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO COME INTO THE COUNTRY TALKLESS OF EVEN OPERATING I WEEP FOR MY COUNTRY NIGERIA! WESTERN WORLD ARE LAUGHING AT US BECAUSE WE SHOWCASE STUPIDITY ALL THE TIME FOR ALL TO SEE SO SAD!

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