Investigations revealed that the two survivors departed the country aboard a British Airway flight on Yesterday. About five or six medical experts accompanied the patients on the flight, while details of the family members on the trip remained very sketchy as at the press time.
Investigations revealed that family members and associates of the late Agagu had requested that he and his brother-in-law, Akin, should be moved out of the country to where they would have access to better and more sophisticated medical treatment at Harvey Street Hospital, London. They were scheduled to leave on Tuesday but because of the unstable state of Feyi’s health, the flight was rescheduled till yesterday when he was moved to the Lagos airport at about 10 pm for the flight. To avoid suspicion from the members of the public, family members on the flight were given VIP clearance and moved into the terminal at about 30 minutes to the departure time.