British Expatriate Drowns Inside Swimming Pool At Churchill Hotel In Lekki Lagos

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August 12, 2016 – British Expatriate Drowns Inside Swimming Pool At Churchill Lodge In Lekki Lagos

Police detectives attached to Moroko Police Station, Lagos State, have launched investigation into the mysterious death of a Briton, Gibson Mark Damien (55), whose body was found inside a hotel.

Damien’s body was discovered on Wednesday, in Churchill Lodge, located at the Lekki/Ajah area of the metropolis.

One of the hotel workers was said to have found Damien’s body about midnight. A police source said Damien was a worker with Port to Port Office, Victoria Island.

The state Police Public Relations Officer (DPO), SP Dolapo Badmos, confirmed the story.

She said: “The hotel Manager, Mrs. Ihuoma Ubani, reported that the deceased, who was a guest in the hotel, was found motionless and a doctor from Ave Maria Specialist Hospital in Oniru was contacted to examine him.

The doctor certified the British man dead. The remains of the man have been deposited at a morgue for autopsy.”

9 thoughts on “British Expatriate Drowns Inside Swimming Pool At Churchill Hotel In Lekki Lagos

  1. Nothing to investigate him, check the camera for the person who lodge with him, trace the camera to the swimming pool and find out what happened
    If the hotel doesn’t ctv camera let the family sue their dirty ass no need to waste time

    • Any body that dies suspiciously has to have an autopsy.Checking his movements is pure necessary investigation just in case it turns out thats is a homicide. You can not sue a hotel for lack of cctv camera.

  2. There is no swimming pool incident featured throughout the story so where did the detail about the man drowning in the swimming pool come from? Since the body was found inside the hotel, autopsy will determine the cause of death.
    RIP to the dead!

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