Tuesday, 28 May 2013
ADIEU to the Duo Nigerian JCI Executives.
The National President of the Nigerian Chapter of Junior Chamber International, Oyebanjo Okunuga (pictured left) and his deputy, Agaptus Nnadiekwe (pictured right), died on Sunday May 26th in a fatal auto accident while returning to Lagos from a collegiate conference at Federal University of Technology Akure, Ondo state. FUTA.
Their vehicle crashed killing Oyebanjo and Agaptus instantly, while the Executive Secretary survived, while currently receiving treatment at Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital, OAUTH.
A friend of the deceased, Olabisi Ogunwale, who confirmed that he spoke to Okunuga hours before his death, described the news as “shocking”.
JCI is a non-profitable organisation of over 200,000 young people present in 5,000 communities and more than 100 countries around the world.
The body seeks to create lasting positive change and also provide solutions to the unique problems in communities in order to build a better world.
Apart from being Nigeria JCI president, Oyebanjo was the CEO of Kubacle Clothing, - a Clothing- line Company and also CEO of Business Craft Solution, - an entrepreneurship development organization He was 32 years old. May their souls rest in peace...amen.
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